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Here’s a hot take, all of the new video game genres concocted the past few years are bad. I’m always down for a good platformer, arcade racer, or puzzle game. But roguelites, MOBAs, […] The post The Most Addictive Mobile Clicker Games appeared first on Geek.com.
Every iOS user is familiar with the popups that require an Apple ID password before completing a task; muscle memory usually takes over to type the secret code and “sign in.” But, according […] The post iOS Password Popup Indistinguishable From Phishing Scam appeared first on Geek.com.
In nature, it’s common for males and females to attempt to one-up one another with different reproductive strategies, but female dolphins might well have one of the most advanced systems around for protecting […] The post Female Dolphins Have Weaponized Their Vaginas to Protect Themselves appeared first on Geek.com.
Are you a big Pocky fan? Who isn’t? There are so many different flavors to please any palate, and if you’re looking for sweet or savory there’s plenty to find within the wide […] The post Pocky Is Releasing a Special Flavor That You Can Munch on With Wine appeared first on Geek.com.
Tom Baker & Co. have returned to complete an unfinished Fourth Doctor story—36 years after it was abandoned. Written by Douglas Adams, “Shada” was intended for broadcast as the final serial of the […] The post Unfinished ‘Doctor Who’ Story ‘Shada’ Regenerates on DVD appeared first on Geek.com.
Today’s cars, trucks, and vans already boast a long list of safety features. There’s always room for improvement, though. One that Mitsubishi is pondering involves the use of projectors and displays. The Japanese […] The post Mitsubishi Ponders Putting Projectors and Displays On Cars To Boost Safety appeared first on Geek.com.
In a headline that would be Cold War-esque were it not for the tech involved, it appears that the Israel knew that Russia was spying on the US because the Israelis were watching […] The post Israel Caught the Russians Spying on the US appeared first on Geek.com.
“When King Mancastle and his mightly vassals ride off on crusade, the women left behind are not at all put out – that’s a lot less armor polishing for them to do. Of […] The post Buy This Comic! Ladycastle TPB appeared first on Geek.com.
It’s still hard to believe American Horror Story: Cult managed to turn the absolute mess this season made early on around, but here we are. While this episode wasn’t nearly as scary as last week’s, […] The post American Horror Story Dials Back the Scares, but Keeps Things Tense Enough appeared first on Geek.com.
The Gran Turismo series is best known for how realistically it portrays racing. There is even a GT Academy where players of the game learn how to drive real-world race cars. Now, Nissan […] The post Watch a Real-Life Nissan GT-R Car be Driven With a DualShock 4 Controller appeared first on Geek.com.
Want to learn how to make your very own custom robots? Check out today’s deal from SkillWise. With this affordable three-course bundle, you can learn exactly what it takes to start creating Arduino-based […] The post Geek Deals: Get the Ultimate DIY Arduino Robotics Bundle for $29 appeared first on Geek.com.
Legends of Tomorrow really came into its own last season. With The Flash growing ever more somber, Legends emerged as a fun, wacky superhero alternative. One episode in and this season is already doubling down on what worked. […] The post Legends of Tomorrow Screws Everything Up in Glorious Ways appeared first on Geek.com.
An Apple a day keeps the multinational technology company in business. A new CNBC survey suggests 64 percent of Americans own an Apple product—up from 50 percent five years ago. In fact, the […] The post As American As Apple: iDevices Dominate U.S. Homes appeared first on Geek.com.
Is Professor Marston & The Wonder Women good? It’s excellent – one of the best and most interesting dramas of the year. Wow! So, um… what IS this, exactly? A historical biopic of […] The post MovieBob Reviews: PROFESSOR MARSTON & THE WONDER WOMEN appeared first on Geek.com.
It’s been a long summer without new episodes of The Flash, but it’s back and so is Barry Allen. I would have liked to see what a Wally West-focused Flash would be like, but that wasn’t […] The post We Thought He Was a Goner, The Flash Came Back the Very Next Episode appeared first on Geek.com.
Google’s latest AI Experiment, Teachable Machine, is a teachable moment. Anyone with a Web camera, Internet access, and a bit of creativity can train a machine—no coding required. Fire up the program in […] The post No Code? No Problem: Explore Machine Learning With Google appeared first on Geek.com.
If there’s a single genre that defines the video game, it might be the first-person shooter. Think about it. When a TV show wants to have a gamer character, what kind of thing […] The post The Complete History Of First Person Shooters appeared first on Geek.com.
Self-driving cars, like people, are limited by their line of sight. But while humans have developed fixes—my favorite: the shapely periscope—smart vehicles still struggle to see around corners. So, researchers at MIT’s Computer […] The post MIT Camera Could Let Self-Driving Cars See Around Corners appeared first on Geek.com.
Amazon already has a ton of different ways to deliver your purchases to you. They never stop looking for new ways to bring you and your goods together, however. Today, Amazon can drop […] The post Amazon Wants to Put Your Deliveries Right in the Trunk of Your Car appeared first on Geek.com.
Marvel Comics existed before the MCU. It even existed before the 90s X-Men and Spider-Man cartoons. It’s been around for a long time, making comics since the Golden Age. For most of that time, the […] The post Classic Comics in a Cube: Unboxing the Stan Lee Box appeared first on Geek.com.