You've never seen Thomas like this before.
This remote controlled hexapod just got a serious modification. Don't try this at home.
By now, it seems safe to say that Doom can be played on any device a person wants. It's been adapted for printers, ATM machines, calculators, the Apple Touch Bar and many others. But none of those devices have 370 horsepower to send you careening down a road, honking like a maniac while you blow demons back to Hell.
If you were geeked on the white iPhone 4, but disappointed to see that they wouldn't be shipping until late July, you could always just build your own. Engadget put together a white iPhone 4 with third-party parts and it looks, well, great. Though it's missing an earpiece grill, lens cover, LED diffusor, and a white Home button, it's a pretty neat mod for users who just can't wait for the white version. There's a Michael Jackson joke here but yeah, we're not going there.
Forget the DSi XL, Nintendo should look to the past for its next handheld console. Or, just commission the modder-maestro Zenlock for a heap of portable N64s, so we can revisit The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in style.
No broken MacBook and pair of old routers, but you do have a Time Capsule gathering dust? Turn it into a gift box, adding hinges and a silk cushion. Just don't put an engagement ring in there, trust me.