Chris BrandrickContributor, PCWorld

Chris Brandrick is a freelance writer with an interest in all things tech, gadgets, and gaming.

Auto Cat Flap Hack Keeps Your Kitteh Safe At Night

Thanks to the power of Arduino, a hacked pet door can now lock your furry friends indoors safely!

Google Maps Goes 8-Bit For April Fools'

See the world in 8-bit form! While the NES is set to receive a Google Maps "game", you can start exploring the pixelated world right now online.

Fridge Magnet Lets You Order Pizza With Ridiculous Ease

We're filing this one under Mankind's Greatest Achievements: A Dubai-based pizza chain has made ordering your favorite pie as easy as pressing a single button. If anything, this is a little too easy...

This Star Wars TIE Fighter Costs Less Than an iPad!

Of all the things you can find on Craigslist, who'd have thought you'd be able to buy a TIE Fighter?

DIY DeLorean Takes to the Skies

Roads? Where this DIY RC DeLorean is going, it doesn't need roads.

Hack Lets You Use Kindle 3G for Free Tethering--With a Catch

One hacker has used the Amazon Kindle Keyboard, along with its complimentary 3G, to tether to a computer for 'free' Web access. But there are some strings attached...

Tetris Lamp Brings Nostalgic Puzzle Fun to Your Desk

This Tetris-themed desk lamp looks awesome, and it won't disappear when you fill a row with blocks.