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Super Mario Bros. is an all-time classic, but it isn’t generally regarded as a hot collector’s item. After all, this was a title that came bundled with the NES for most consumers in […] The post Mint-Condition Copy of Super Mario Bros. Sold for $30,000 appeared first on Geek.com.
Texas Representative Lamar Smith is now in charge of the House, Space, Science, and Technology committee. He also believes that climate change is a good thing. He’s wrong, of course. Dead. Wrong. The […] The post Leader of House Science Committee Says Climate Change is Awesome appeared first on Geek.com.
If you’ve played VR, you know that, while awesome, the technology has some serious draw backs. My eyes sweat, apparently, which is really uncomfortable. The cords can get tangled all over (someone really […] The post WiFi Track Could Dramatically Improve VR appeared first on Geek.com.
The Nintendo Switch is about to get another shot of retro love when the Namco Museum Collection releases tomorrow. This compilation features 11 of Namco’s classic arcade titles that users can play at […] The post Namco Museum Collection Comes to the Nintendo Switch eShop Today appeared first on Geek.com.
You’ve heard the phrase “no pain, no gain.” Well, how about “Cycle faster, or forget about binge-watching the latest season of Orange Is the New Black“? Less than catchy, I know. But that’s […] The post Netflix and Exercise With DIY Cycflix System appeared first on Geek.com.
The Big Sick and Silicon Valley star Kumail Nanjiani will be lending his talents to the upcoming Middle-Earth: Shadow of War. The actor/comedian plays an orc called The Agonizer. That name may sound […] The post Kumail Nanjiani Plays an Unusual Orc in Shadow of War appeared first on Geek.com.
Conspicuous consumption. It’s a way of life, especially if you’re a nerd. While it’s easy enough to be a complete person not defined by your interests or #brand allegiances, that’s boring! These days […] The post Money to Burn: Should You Buy Babysitting Mama? appeared first on Geek.com.
At this point, it’s common knowledge that Earth has weathered some pretty big asteroid hits. We now believe that one wiped out a good chunk of the dinosaurs and led to one of […] The post Lightning Strikes Can Look an Awful Lot Like Meteors appeared first on Geek.com.
For unknown reasons, Chun-Li and a number of other characters look very different in the upcoming Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. Since these are some of gaming’s most beloved characters, their new looks haven’t […] The post Capcom Promises to Fix Chun-Li’s Face in Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite appeared first on Geek.com.
Japan is known for its fantastic and extreme Kit Kats, but a Tokyo Cafe may have taken the candy to the next level. These Iced Kit Kat Chocolatory treats are perfect for a […] The post These Liquid Nitrogen-Topped Kit Kats From Tokyo Are Too Cool appeared first on Geek.com.
Whether a Whovian of old or new to the man in the box….well now woman in the box. Those dedicated to the Who crew are fierce and loyal to the beloved staple of British […] The post Doctor Who Gifts to Tickle Both Your Hearts appeared first on Geek.com.
ThinkGeek just sent out its second ThinkGeek Capsule, the company’s answer to Loot Crate (and the countless other subscription boxes out there). And, much like the first ThinkGeek Capsule, Capsule #2 is pretty […] The post Let’s Look Inside ThinkGeek Capsule #2 appeared first on Geek.com.
Microsoft’s next-generation HoloLens virtual reality headset will come with an AI chip. The tech titan’s custom silicon aims to save time by analyzing data directly on the device, without uploading it to the […] The post Next-Gen HoloLens Adds AI Capabilities appeared first on Geek.com.
THE DEATH OF STALIN (W) Fabien Nury, (A) Thierry Robin, (C) Thierry Robin & Lorien Aureyre The Death of Stalin is a historical graphic novel based off of the real life events of […] The post The Death of Stalin is a Haunting and Compelling Graphic Novel appeared first on Geek.com.
For too long the definition of “Game of the Year” has been unfairly narrow. How boring is it to see every website shower the same stale AAA games with praise at the end […] The post Pyre is High Fantasy Football appeared first on Geek.com.
Anyone who stays active—playing sports, doing yoga, going to the gym—understands the need for high-quality workout clothes. As does Spiritus, an Australian startup crowdfunding its specially engineered activewear. The athleisure line is made […] The post Infrared-Infused Activewear Promotes Recovery appeared first on Geek.com.
Microsoft announcing that they’re going to be discontinuing Paint, the free art program that has come with every copy of Windows since 1985, is a tragedy. The humble graphics program was the first […] The post The Most Incredible Art Ever Made With MS Paint appeared first on Geek.com.
On August 2nd, Amazon will hold a job fair at two of its U.S. warehouse locations. They’re making a major push to enlist additional staff. When the dust clears, Amazon hopes to hire […] The post Amazon Is Looking For A Few Good Robots To Stuff Boxes appeared first on Geek.com.
Is Atomic Blonde good? Yes. Not great, but definitely good. Is it basically a female John Wick? That’s the impression the trailers and the new title (it’s based on a graphic novel called […] The post MovieBob Reviews: ATOMIC BLONDE appeared first on Geek.com.
Online dating is fraught with complications. Chief among them: authenticity. But without conducting a full background check on all potential hookups (which, let’s face it, really puts a damper on booty calls), how […] The post The Perks of Being Twitter Verified: Members-Only Dating Service appeared first on Geek.com.