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A Raspberry Pi VPN server is a cost effective and secure way to have access to your home network when you're on the move. It's pretty easy to get setup and very reliable.

This is cool and productive. A Raspberry Pi VPN server is a cost effective and secure way to have access to your home network when you're on the move. It's pretty easy to get setup and very reliable.

The Raspberry Pi owncloud server is a great way to have your very own private "cloud" for hosting files. It's a pretty easy process to setup and is incredibly handy for when you're on the go.

The Raspberry Pi owncloud server is a great way to have your very own private "cloud" for hosting files. It's a pretty easy process to setup and is incredibly handy for when you're on the go. promising world

Contemporary Arcade Coffee Tables :: surface tension

Cool and Creative Multi Purpose Coffee Tables Arcade Coffee Table: Classic arcade controls are hidden in a slide away drawer, a built-in Windows PC allows to play, watch movies, listen to music and surf the net.

DIY Infrared transmitter for iPhone, iPod #arduino ~~~ For more cool Arduino stuff check out http://appstore/iotmonitor

Make a customer LED infrared for your iPhone! Using this to control the shutter on my Canon

ZTE's Spro 2 smart projector is powered by Android and runs apps right on its 5-inch touc

First announced at CES ZTE's Android-powered smart projector Spro 2 is finally launching in the U. The portable projector that measures x x inches will be available on April 24 from AT&T.

The hand-held NES in a cartridge

Here is another cool NES cartridge mod, this one is definitely one of the coolest we have seen so far, the NES Cartridge Console Mod. The modder Airz has m

DIY Supercomputer, need I say more.

The parallella project is a inspired design which allows the combining of 10 computers processors) into a relatively small package yielding about 208 GFlops peak (just from the parallella boards) at about Watts. By Brian Guarraci