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How To Build Your Own Google Glass

Wearing Google Glass is an amazing experience, but $1,500 is really expensive! What if you could make your own wearable computer for under $200? This hack comes to us via Adafruit, and features a pair of those movie-screen glasses, and a Raspberry pi. The full tutorial can be found here, but we’ve summarized it for you below. How It’s Made (A Summary) Follow @msitver The...

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Harness Facebook’s Creepiest Feature

Facebook-stalking. It’s become a term for thoroughly tracking someone on Facebook. But did you ever think you could see who was doing it to you? Creepily enough, you can. I discovered the method below here, and verified it this morning with my own facebook profile: ” STEP #1. Sign into your Facebook profile STEP #2. Right click anywhere on the page and choose “View Page Source” STEP...

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella takes on the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS

How To Do The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Correctly

The ALS Ice bucket challenge has gone super-viral, and everyone’s joining in on the fun – including the President of the US. Now, we’re teaching you how to do the challenge properly. Whether you want to blow your friends away with an amazing video, spread the challenge to your group of friends, or just do the basic challenge, this tutorial will teach you all...

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How To Build an iPad [Video DIY]

Want an iPad, but can’t afford one? No worries. With a few household items, you can build your own, and save yourself hundreds of dollars in the process. In a recent video by newscaster Conan O’brien, Do-it-yourself correspondent Matt Walsh demonstrated the whole process. It takes just 30 minutes of prep, 12 hours of fermentation, and there you have it, an iPad! Don’t worry....

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