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According to Space.Com, the 2018 NASA budget shows some exciting sneak peaks at what’s around the corner. While the ISS and many other programs are getting cut because Trump hates science, the administration […] The post “Son of Concorde” May be Coming From NASA appeared first on Geek.com.
Boston Dynamics is an incredible company. It’s made some of the most advanced robots in the world. We’ve covered these electrical animals some times for being able to do cool backflips, put away […] The post Boston Dynamics’ Latest Bots Can Open Doors, Watch You While You Sleep appeared first on Geek.com.
Like so many things we’ve seen in the last few years, Tide Pods have become a tragic joke. They just look so colorful and delicious that people at them and then get poisoned […] The post Forget Tide, Mars Has Perfected the Edible Pod (in Australia) appeared first on Geek.com.
Need a shiny new laptop? Good news – Dell is offering up its first discount on the latest iteration of the XPS 13. With an eighth generation Intel Core i7 CPU, a speedy […] The post Geek Deals Roundup: Save on the New Dell XPS 13 Quad-Core Laptop, One-Day Shipping for Valentine’s Day Gifts, and more appeared first on Geek.com.
What will it take to sell you on Bingo Love? That it’s about two relatable New Jersey, Proud Family-looking Black grandmas who fall in beautifully written and illustrated love? That it’s smart and touching […] The post Tee Franklin on Bingo Love’s Golden Graphic Novel Romance appeared first on Geek.com.
If you know me, you know I love Funko Pops. Actually, that’s a lie, but I respect Funko Pops. Simple molds to make inexpensive collectibles across a mind-boggling range of properties. It’s both […] The post Hasbro’s Mighty Muggs: Because Funko Pops Have Soulless Eyes appeared first on Geek.com.
Back in the days of geek prehistory, a T-shirt was a signal to the world around you that you cared about your nerdy pursuits enough to fly them like a flag. Companies like […] The post T-Shirt Tuesday: The Best Harry Potter Shirts appeared first on Geek.com.
There is an organ made out of furbies. That is 1) a thing that exists and 2) a thing that this is absolutely terrifying. There are 44 of these little guys in all, […] The post Man Creates Playable Organ From Furby Bodies, Summons Satan, Dooms Humanity appeared first on Geek.com.
Galentine’s Day is here! Personally, this national holiday (shhh, a gal can dream) is the best for giving your favorite partners in crime some wondrous gifts from the heart. If you’re looking for […] The post 11 Comics From Humble Bundle For a Geek Girl on Galentine’s appeared first on Geek.com.
I’ve been a fan of the Assassin’s Creed series ever since the first game released in 2007. The franchise’s focus on history is one of the biggest draws for me. I have spent […] The post Discovery Tour by Assassin’s Creed: Ancient Egypt is Interactive Education Done Right appeared first on Geek.com.
It’s been an unusually long wait, but Legends of Tomorrow is back. While Supergirl is on break, Legends is taking over its Monday night time slot to finish out the rest of its third season. And if this […] The post Legends of Tomorrow Gave Us the Hellblazer We’ve Always Wanted appeared first on Geek.com.
Samsung is finally falling in line with other manufacturers’ emoji designs. Rolling out now as part of Samsung Experience 9.0, the new characters bring some “notoriously divergent designs” more in line with other […] The post Samsung’s Revamped Emojis Actually Recognizable appeared first on Geek.com.
Night in the Woods was one of our favorite video games of last year. And now it’s available on the Nintendo Switch, our favorite new video game system of last year. So we’re […] The post Night in the Woods is My Horror Game of the Year appeared first on Geek.com.
High-profile games aren’t exactly innovative these days. Because of that, Warhorse Studios’ Kingdom Come: Deliverance comes as a revelation. Originally conceived as a crowd-funded project, Deliverance seeks to reinvent the RPG genre in […] The post Kingdom Come: Deliverance Delivers an Innovative RPG Experience appeared first on Geek.com.
Even before I could read, I was handing out packs of Sweethearts—sugar candies printed with messages of romantic and platonic love—to classmates every Feb. 14. The chalky confections invite friends to “TEXT ME,” […] The post St. Valentine Would Have Loved Neural Network-Generated Candy Hearts appeared first on Geek.com.
Virtual currencies are one of the biggest new crazes out there, for some reason, and it seems like everyone’s trying to get in on it. But the company Tokyo Otaku Mode has an […] The post Tokyo Otaku Mode Launches New Otaku Coin Virtual Currency appeared first on Geek.com.
Computer coding is a valuable skill that’s increasingly crucial to accessing job opportunities and moving up in a company. People who aren’t experienced with it may find it absolutely daunting and just not […] The post Build A New World With This Gift Guide for Coders appeared first on Geek.com.
Ultraman is getting a new lease on life, years later after first making his debut as a live-action Japanese tokusatsu hero. As one of the most recognizable Japanese characters out there, he’s enjoyed […] The post Ultraman Returns With A New 3D Anime Adaptation appeared first on Geek.com.
The drone show at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics has clinched the world record for “most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously” with more 1218 little drones swarming about the stadium. This is an impressive […] The post Watch the Largest Light Show on Earth — Powered by an Armada of Intel’s Drones appeared first on Geek.com.
Street Fighter V had a rocky start, but it’s now running at full speed. After the well-received Arcade Mode, you’d think Capcom would stop supporting the title. However, that isn’t the case. New […] The post Blanka Makes His Shocking Debut in Street Fighter V Next Week appeared first on Geek.com.