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Heads up, PC gamers. There’s a new strain of cryptographic malware called TeslaCrypt sleazing around the internet that wants to get it grubby little claws on your save files. It works the same way […]
How much did you pay for your last PC? I’m willing to bet it was a lot more than $48, which is how much this new Windows tablet will set you back. This […]
Frozen took home an Oscar for Walt Disney Animation Studios, so it's no surprise that there's more Elsa and Anna coming.
Drawing penises in various mediums is a time-honored tradition, and where humankind once took to the sky, this tradition was sure to follow.
Panda Antivirus may not have the name recognition that McAfee does, but they’ve got at least one thing in common. Their antivirus app got a little overzealous and started nuking legit files and […]
The iPad is practically an essential part of the stargazing experience. There are multiple apps that detail the stars, planets, and constellations for you — even if you feel a bit weird holding […]
Transformers are made by Hasbro in the United States, but in Japan they’re made by Tomy Takara. And Tomy Takara gets way more creative with Transformers than Hasbro does. There have been shoe […]
When Sony started introducing the PS Vita Slim as a replacement for the 1st-gen PS, Vita do you remember what the main talking point was? The display. Sony shifted from OLED to LCD […]
Laptops and tablets definitely have their place, but they simply can’t compete with the performance, customizability, and value of a desktop PC. If you’re looking for a powerful tower with room to expand, […]
This week we got our first look at some art of the post Convergence event DC Universe and it includes costume redesigns for Superman and Wonder Woman.
Google has finally announced the long awaited Android 5.1 update, and this new build of Lollipop is rolling out to Nexus devices right now, but what's in it?
Chameleons are some of the most fascinating creatures on the planet, and they only get more fascinating when you examine them using an electron microscope. That’s what a group of scientists at the University […]
Oh my God Particle! There’s a fresh batch of Simpsons minifigs coming soon from Lego, and they look pretty glaving fantastic. Leading the way, at least in terms sheer geekiness, is Professor John Nerdelbaum […]
For far too long now poor insomniacs have been drinking their way to sleep, whether it’s with sleep aids, warm milk, or something a bit stronger. But now, a new revolution in sleeping […]
Terry Pratchett gave us more than we'll ever be able to give back. The best we can do as fans is make him immortal.
All we know now is that we have a title, star, director and writer, which is more than we have for a lot of movies that we're drooling over.
The Apple Watch releases April 24, which means you’ve got a little over a month to earn and/or steal the $350 to $17,000 needed to buy one along with the mandatory iPhone. However, […]
Grabbing a screenshot is often the fastest way to make sure you have that boarding pass available or can capture an image of that weird bug your iPhone is experiencing. However, screenshots can clutter […]
We're not sure if this is a misreading of the initial report or if this a society-wide confusion over what the word "novel" means.
The BBC launched the first BBC Micro personal computer in December of 1981. 34 years later, they’re launching an all-new Micro, but this one’s decidedly different. It’s called the Micro Bit, and it’s […]