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Design Art Meets Science with Maker Partnership and rockers OK Go

Band collaborates with littleBits electronics to showcase creative uses for Maker products

Home littleBits Now Lets You DIY Your Own Smart Devices

The littleBits Smart Home Kit puts the power of the Internet of Things in consumer hands

Innovation PSFK Gift Guide Spotlight: littleBits

Magnetic modules magically snap together in a makers dream kit

Technology Coin Flipper Transforms a Simple Task Into an Unexpected Interaction

Programming and robotics reinvent an otherwise ordinary human movement

Advertising Will Berman: How Teen Entrepreneurs Can Lead A Maker Revolution [PSFK 2014]

How a self-taught 15-year-old started his own demin brand in the crowded maker space.

Advertising Honda Debuts DIY Car Building Kit For April Fools Day

"Fit Kit" is a spot-on parody of maker culture.

Work How Can Brands Better Collaborate With The Maker Community

PSFK chats with TM1985's founder to discuss the brand and Brooklyn's DIY community.

Retail 3D Printing Photo Booth Makes Tiny Replicas Instead Of Pictures

Instead of getting a row of pictures of yourself, you’ll get a miniature doll that looks just like you.

Design Coffee Cup Brews On The Go

The three-piece 'Impress' mug is convenient, portable, and easy to use.

Technology A Coloring Book That Teaches Adults And Children About Electronics

E is for Electronics helps 'makers of all ages' learn about technology and history in a fun way.

Design A New Quarterly Celebrates Ingenuity In Unlikely Places

A new quarterly magazine unites DIY cultures around the world.

Retail Need To Know: 10 Must Read Posts Of The Week Vol. 4

A Bing Initiative: A weekly round-up of the top ten most popular posts on PSFK--from culture to technology, art to business this list has it all.

Advertising 'Handy' Espresso Maker Uses Palm Pressure To Make Lattés

Ever found yourself yearning for a shot of espresso in the wilderness or during a blackout? This hand-powered espresso maker would be great for you.

Design DIY Physical Computing Arrives Via Scrapbook [Video]

We live in a networked world full of sensors - can these books help us teach children the importance of true interactivity?