You Can Rearrange the Letters and Spell Out Any Message On This Scrabble Tile Rack Lamp

The most effective way to tell your co-workers you don’t want to be bothered is to close your office door. But if you’re stuck in cubicle purgatory, that’s not an option. Instead, try this Scrabble tile rack desk lamp that lets you spell out seven-letter warnings like ‘GO AWAY’, ‘NOT NOW’, or other, blunter messages if your office lets you get away with it. Read More >>

I Wish This Official Scrabble Keyboard Kept Score of Every Email I Wrote

We’ve covered a few of Massdrop’s unorthodox keyboard upgrades over the years, but none as lovely as this officially-licensed Hasbro Scrabble keyboard that puts every letter of the alphabet at your disposal, instead of just seven you randomly grab at the start of a game. Read More >>

Nerd Wins Scrabble Championship With Word You’ve Never Heard Of

As you probably already know, the World Scrabble Championship 2016 final took place on Saturday. Brett Smitheram, a 37-year-old east Londoner took home the grand prize of €7,000, which is equivalent to about £5,800. Read More >>

The Third Edition of the World’s Most Beautiful Scrabble Game Introduces new Fonts

What started as a concept design by Andrew Capener some four years ago is already at its third official release as Winning Solutions has once again worked with the artist to create a new version of Scrabble Typography Edition. Read More >>

Playing Scrabble Changes the Way You Use Your Brain

Experienced Scrabble players know there’s more to the game than an expansive vocabulary. An effective player should also be able to quickly find words in a jumble of letters. Developing this skill, reports a team of Canadian researchers, will not only improve your game, it will change the way you use your brain. Read More >>

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10 Tips to Help You Win at Scrabble Every Time

There are plenty of shocked emoji today as Collins, which makes the official Scrabble dictionary, has announced the inclusion of 6,500 new words in the already extensive quarter-of-a-million word tome. Read More >>

Scrabble Dumbs Down for Idiot Millennials With “Lolz” and “Obs”

Thousands of new "words" have been added to the official Scrabble dictionary, with modern utterances of the incomprehensible proles such as "ridic" and "yeesh" now officially usable in the old fashioned word game. You may beat grandad yet. Read More >>

This Electronic Score Tracker Will Save Competitive Families From Scrabble Squabbles

Realising the toll that Scrabble has taken on families when it comes to accurately keeping track of the score, Hasbro is introducing an updated version of the game that, among other improvements, now includes an electronic score tracker. So no longer will your parent's questionable arithmetic affect the outcome of a game. Read More >>

The World’s Most Advanced Scrabble Set: LEDs, RFID and £19,000

This is the world's most advanced Scrabble set. Packed with LEDs, RFID sensors and fancy software, it's the cutting-edge in boardgames — and it's worth a cool £19,000. Read More >>

Scrabble Cheater Cheats at National Championships

Cheating in the living room is one thing, but getting kicked out of a national championship for cheating is something else completely and definitely has to be a pretty low point in life, as one top US Scrabble player found after he was caught hiding blank letter tiles. Read More >>

3D Scrabble Toy Is Not For Weak-Minded Wordsmiths

It's not the first attempt to put a new spin on Scrabble by adding another dimension, but while playing this 3DX Word Game you're not tied down by some overbearing board telling you where you can and can't place your tiles. Read More >>

Remember This Beautiful Scrabble Concept? Hasbro’s Decided To Make It a Reality

Last year Andrew Capener designed a stunning Scrabble set with a minimalist wooden board and a lovely use of fonts on the tiles which had even Gizmodo alum Rosa wishing it was a reality. Well come August, it will be. Read More >>

A Scrabble Magnet Set Is Your Excuse to Spend More Time in the Kitchen

What makes anything better? Food. Wait. That wasn't the answer I was looking for. Oh! Magnets! So if you turn Scrabble magnetic and slap the tiles onto your fridge, you can make excuses that you're learning up some vocabulary as you gorge on the magical leftovers inside your refrigerator. Win, win. Read More >>

I Hope This Giant Wall of Scrabble Contains Centuple Word Scores

If you suck at Scrabble as much as I do, the prospect of putting your epic three-letter creations on display with this massive 49-square foot board isn't that appealing. Nor is paying £7,695 just to embarrass yourself. Read More >>

W.E.L.D.E.R. for iPhone and iPad: Scrabble and Boggle get Steampunk’d

The other week we were playing Scrabble in the pub. We got our arses totally kicked to seven shades of Sunday. We tried to save face and moaned that the board had been sabotaged because of the suspiciously large number of "x"s in the bag, but the honest truth of the matter was this: we were crap. Read More >>