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Microsoft surfaces an underwater datacenter in Washington

Normally, water and computers aren’t a good mix. That didn’t stop Microsoft from sinking an entire modular datacenter in the Pacific Ocean recently, though. The company didn’t just do this on a whim. […]

The 11 best hero-on-hero throwdowns

We open up the longboxes and pull out the mint condition back issues to give you our picks for the absolute best hero/hero throwdowns of all time.

Star Wars: Episode IX will be shot on film

We got our first tidbit about Star Wars: Episode IX during a Sundance Film Festival press conference last week. It was a panel discussing the benefits of shooting on film featuring Colin Trevorrow, […]

Google paid ‘Google’ to the guy that owned for one minute

A few months back, an ex-Google employee managed to buy the domain for a measly $12. Now, his purchase has finally paid off. In case you missed it, Sanmay Ved happened to […]

The best Norse gods to start worshipping right now

With the news that Ásatrúarfélagið, an Icelandic neopagan religious organization, is building the first new temple to Odin, Thor, Loki, and friends in 1000 years, a lot of people are talking about the old Norse […]

The most badass Latin phrases

Want to impress your friends with your erudite ways? Eager to utter completely vicious phrases that people will have to look up later? Looking for a more educated way to talk trash online? […]

The wackiest conspiracy theories people still believe

Our favorite crazy conspiracy theories that are clearly nonsense, but people keep taking about.

NASA is developing a Mars 2030 VR experience using Unreal Engine 4

NASA is currently targeting the 2030s for a manned mission to Mars. There’s a lot of research and planning that needs to be done before that, but the agency is also developing a […]

Metal Gear Solid V sells more than six million copies worldwide

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain was expected to be a big success for Konami last year and it certainly came through in that regard. The stealth-action game has sold more than […]

Apple could add long-range wireless charging to phones in 2017

Apple is always looking for the next must-have feature to include in the next iPhone in order to drive upgrades, and wireless charging might be the next big one. Android and Windows phones […]

Cancelled Saints Row game now available to download for free

Earlier this week we reported on a Saints Row game for the PSP which was never released. Though initially hesitant to even show it to the world, Volition, the developer behind the game, […]

Everything you need to know about mechanical keyboards before you buy

Whatever you end up choosing, it'll probably be with you for years to come. Don't be afraid to be picky.

The future of walking sims and empathy games

Empathy games and walking sims might have seemed like a fad, but 2015 was full of them, and 2016 is already off to an empathic start.

Prepare yourself for the new The Venture Bros. season with this primer

Seasons of The Venture Bros have been farther apart with each passing block of episodes and since the show premiered in February 2003, the characters have gone through a lot of changes.

New Smash Bros. game rumored to be Nintendo NX launch title

There’s nothing a new games console needs more on launch day than a solid line-up of games to sell alongside it. Typically, this isn’t the case and we’re lucky to get a single […]

EA helps confirm Microsoft has sold 19 million Xbox One consoles

It was October last year when Microsoft announced that it wasn’t going to release Xbox One sales figures anymore. It made sense to do that because the Xbox One was so far behind […]

Aliens and magic in this month’s Loot Crate and Loot Anime

It’s time for a two-and-a-half-fisted Loot Crate unboxing. This month’s theme for Loot Crate is INVASION, and it’s joined by INVASION-themed LVL UP items. Loot Anime is in its second month with ENCHANT, […]

Geek’s what to watch this week: You, Me and the Apocalypse, Kung Fu Panda 3, more

Dark comedies, nautical dramas, animated martial arts epics and prequel television top this week’s list of things we definitely want to check out. You, Me and the Apocalypse chronicles the end of the […]

GameStop will publish its first game, Insomniac Games’ Song of the Deep

I know that headline may throw you off a little bit (or a lot), but it’s true. GameStop, the world’s biggest video game retailer, is partnering with Insomniac Games and is set to […]

Indie game bundle to pay Curiosity winner what Peter Molyneux never did

University student Bryan Henderson thought he was pretty lucky when he unlocked the top prize in Peter Molyneux’s experimental online game Curiosity – What’s Inside the Cube? He was supposed to get a cut of […]

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