A Kickstarter with a whopping $251,100 in the bucket is selling MAKERPhone, a DIY smartphone you can build and code for calls, listening to music and playing games like Space Invaders.
A packed lineup of innovation was on display at the 2018 NYC World Maker Faire. Here's some of the best, from a car-crushing robot to a flame-throwing wearable.
Another tiny board enters the DIY market, featuring two cores with the ability to run Arduino, Linux, and Android KitKat.
For enthusiasts who break the word "budget" with the money they can throw into their personal PC wonderland, XFORMA has made the new MBX MKII Limited Edition Case available for preorder for $1,250.
Razer has taken the initiative to create a free, open-source virtual reality standard. Not only that, but the company offers a $200 development kit that includes a VR head-mounted display.