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Fan-Made Voldemort Origin Story Brings the Magic

More than 20 years after Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger entered the pop culture zeitgeist, the magical world of Hogwarts continues to captivate audiences of all ages. Case in point: Fan […] The post Fan-Made Voldemort Origin Story Bring

Every McDonald’s Will Use Sustainable Packaging By 2025

McDonald’s is the world’s largest toy distributor. They also sell a fair amount of fast food, and they use a lot of packaging to serve that food to their customers. That’s why it’s […] The post Every McDonald’s Will Use Sus

The Flash Couldn’t Wait to Put Barry Allen in Jail

The Flash returned from its midseason break with an event it’s been foreshadowed for a while now: The Trial of The Flash. In the first episode of the season, when Barry was pulled from […] The post The Flash Couldn’t Wait to Put Barry Alle

It’s Time–Again–For ‘Animaniacs’: 11-ish Best Original Segments

Well, helloooooo Warners: Hulu recently announced the return of Yakko, Wakko, and Dot in a reboot of the iconic cartoon franchise Animaniacs. New episodes of the two-season series are scheduled to begin streaming […] The post It’s Time–Again–F

Waste Heat from Bitcoin Mining Harnessed to Grow Food

Most people who build a cryptocurrency mining rig do it to… well, mine cryptocurrency. Some have loftier goals, however. Take Canadian Bruce Hardy, for example. He’s the president of Myera Group, a Manitoba-based […] The post Waste Heat fro

Black Lightning Is Something New and Exciting in Superhero TV

Everyone wants a superhero show now. ABC has Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Syfy’s getting Krypton, Hulu has Runaways, and Netflix has all its Defenders shows. Nobody has pulled it off quite so well as The CW. […] The post Black Lightning Is Something

MovieBob Reviews: PROUD MARY (2018)

Is Proud Mary good? Pretty good, yes. Solid, if unremarkable? So how come you didn’t review it last week when it was new? Because despite a pretty heavy advertising campaign for a January […] The post MovieBob Reviews: PROUD MARY (2018) appeared f

MovieBob Reviews: PROUD MARY (2018)

Is Proud Mary good? Pretty good, yes. Solid, if unremarkable? So how come you didn’t review it last week when it was new? Because despite a pretty heavy advertising campaign for a January […] The post MovieBob Reviews: PROUD MARY (2018) appeared f

Nintendo Teases “Kid-Friendly” Announcement For Switch

2018 has only just started but already the future of Nintendo Switch is starting to come into focus. Just last week the game maker posted a surprise mini Direct video highlighting some upcoming games […] The post Nintendo Teases “Kid-Friendly” Anno

T-Mobile and 20th Century Fox Announce Deal for Cheap Movie Tickets

You’re probably not the only one who thinks the price of movie tickets has become way too expensive. If you live in a big city, you’re probably paying up to $15 per ticket […] The post T-Mobile and 20th Century Fox Announce Deal for Cheap Mo

Buy This Comic! Ice Cream Man #1

 “Chocolate, vanilla, existential horror, drug addiction, musical fantasy… there’s a flavor for everyone’s misery. ICE CREAM MAN is a genre-defying comic book series featuring disparate “one-shot” tales of sorrow, wonder, and redemption. Eac

Cool or Creepy? Artist Transforms Herself Into Virtual Home Assistant

With millions of smart devices in households and office spaces around the world, there is no question that virtual assistants like Alexa and Siri are the creature comforts of the 21st century. But […] The post Cool or Creepy? Artist Transforms Herself I

Super Meat Boy is Still King of the Brutal Platformers on Nintendo Switch

If you have a Nintendo Switch, chances are you also have The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The new Zelda is a massive, phenomenal game that you can and should play […] The post Super Meat Boy is Still King of the Brutal Platformers on Nintendo Sw

Skype Tests End-To-End Encryption With ‘Private Conversations’

Skype is finally implementing end-to-end encryption with new Private Conversations. Using Open Whisper Systems’ Signal Protocol, the feature lets users conduct audio calls and send text messages or files without fear of prying […] The post Skype T

Samsung Hands Out Limited-Edition Olympic-Themed Galaxy Note 8

Samsung is celebrating the 2018 Winter Olympics with a themed smartphone. More than 4,000 PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games Limited Edition Galaxy Note 8 handsets will be delivered to athletes and staff. The special […] The post Samsung Hands Out Limited-E

Dragon Ball FighterZ Gets Another Beta After Troubled Open Beta

After a successful closed beta last summer, Bandai Namco held an open beta for Dragon Ball FighterZ this past weekend. Unfortunately, a great deal of folks (myself included) were unable to get in […] The post Dragon Ball FighterZ Gets Another Beta Afte

Watch ‘Doctor Who’ Season 10 Deleted Scenes

Doctor Who may be gone (for now), but it’s not forgotten. BBC America recently released a handful of clips swept up from the tenth series’ cutting room floor. Those fans who invested in […] The post Watch ‘Doctor Who’ Season 10 D

Facebook Tests Local News Hub, Teases Simplified Messenger in 2018

Social media marketing took off in 2016, cluttering Twitter feeds and Instagram streams with advertisements often indistinguishable from bonafide posts. Facebook users, in particular, have complained that public content—briefs from businesses, brands, media

Geek Deals Roundup: $150 Off 128GB iPad Pro 4G, $15 Fast Qi Wireless Charger, and more

Whether you’re looking for a new TV for the big game, or getting a head-start on Valentine’s Day shopping, you can save big if you know where to look. To help streamline your […] The post Geek Deals Roundup: $150 Off 128GB iPad Pro 4G, $15 F

The Future of Marvel’s Stars, Possible New Arrivals & More MCU News

The fourth (and probably final) Avengers movie is wrapping up. Every week, we hear about another actor finishing their final scenes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s a strange time for Marvel Studios’ 10-year-old franchise. […] The po

Make Gelato Instantly at Home With This Miraculous New Machine

For most folks, being able to grab a scoop of ice cream or frozen yogurt means storing a big ol’ tub in the freezer. It’s not the most convenient setup. Making it from […] The post Make Gelato Instantly at Home With This Miraculous New Machi

Final Fantasy XV Gets a GotY Edition, PC Release Date Announced

Final Fantasy XV was in development for ten years, but it’s still getting new content. After a series of updates and DLC, Square-Enix is releasing a “Royal Edition” of the game on March […] The post Final Fantasy XV Gets a GotY Edition

Scientists Use Bacteria, Broccoli to Treat Colorectal Cancer

Cancer sucks. But researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) may have found a piece to the puzzling cure. A team from the NUS Medicine Lab are using a cocktail of bacteria […] The post Scientists Use Bacteria, Broccoli to Treat Colorecta

T-Shirt Tuesday: The Best Watchmen Shirts

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 Watchmen Shirts appeared first on Geek.com

The Gifted Makes Some Big Changes in its Two-Hour Season Finale

The Gifted had a very strong start to its first season. Its premiere introduced interesting characters with complicated dilemmas, cool-looking mutant powers and some really fun action scenes. Unlike many other shows, it didn’t […] The post The Gi

Google Uses AI to Find Your Fine-Art Doppelgänger

People are finding themselves in museums around the world: Images of everyday folks posing with their fine-art doppelgängers have flooded social media. Which is perhaps what inspired Google to introduce a new feature […] The post Google Uses AI to Fin

11 Tabletop RPGs That Need To Make A Comeback

One of the few truly great trends in 2017 was the return of tabletop role-playing. Dungeons & Dragons got a boost from Stranger Things, but TSR’s fantasy franchise isn’t the only game in […] The post 11 Tabletop RPGs That Need To Make A

The Mirror Universe Brings Darkness and Goatees on Star Trek: Discovery

This is the episode we were hoping for when we figured out that Star Trek: Discovery had gone to the Mirror Universe. Most of us figured out where the Discovery was early on in last week’s midseason […] The post The Mirror Universe Brings Dark

Tiny Telescope to Scan Dwarf Stars For Signs of Life Support

Move over, Elon Musk: Scientists at Arizona State University’s School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE) have big plans for studying small stars. In 2021, a spacecraft the size of a cereal box […] The post Tiny Telescope to Scan Dwarf Stars Fo

The Geek Guide To DIY Slime

Ah, slime. From the humble Dragon Quest monster to the all-encompassing gray goo of nanotechnology that will eventually swallow us all, amorphous life has always fascinated us. And if you’re a low-budget moviemaker […] The post The Geek Guide To D

Tiny Countertop Dishwasher Cleans Your Dishes in Just Minutes

Washing dishes by hand isn’t just tedious, it’s also wasteful. In fact, some experts estimate that using a dishwasher uses ten times less water. Over the course of a year that can add […] The post Tiny Countertop Dishwasher Cleans Your Dishe

Track Family Members, Smart Home With Tabs Sensors

Long gone are the days when kids could play pick-up baseball games in the streets until dark, returning home only when called for dinner. We’re totally headed toward the future of the “Arkangel” […] The post Track Family Members, Smar

Google Bought a Company That Turns Displays Into Speakers

As they do from time to time, Google has acquired another technology startup. This time, it’s a British company called Redux that’s figured out, after twenty years, how to turn screens into speakers. […] The post Google Bought a Company Tha

6 Shows You Need to Watch on Netflix Now

They say we are living in the golden age of television…and it’s certainly easy to see why. The content available to us is endless, and now it can appear in mere seconds if […] The post 6 Shows You Need to Watch on Netflix Now appeared first

Xbox Fans Will Love Hori’s New PlayStation 4 Controller

Hori is well-known for releasing quality gaming accessories and controllers. The company will launch a brand-new, officially licensed controller for the PS4 next week dubbed the “Onyx.” No, your eyes are not deceiving […] The post Xbox Fans

Martian Glaciers Could Help Unlock Planet’s History

The quest to find water on Mars continues as researchers report the likely presence of ice sheets on the Red Planet. Data from two orbiting spacecraft revealed ice cliffs at least 100 meters […] The post Martian Glaciers Could Help Unlock Planet’

The Best Robots of CES 2018

Every year we get a peak at the latest and most exciting developments in tech at the Consumer Electronics Show. In many ways, it is the grand showcase for what the best software […] The post The Best Robots of CES 2018 appeared first on Geek.com.

Detective Pikachu Gets a Western Release, Huge Amiibo

We know that a live-action Detective Pikachu movie is in the works. Perhaps it’s no surprise the game which inspired the film is finally being released in the West. This isn’t a regular […] The post Detective Pikachu Gets a Western Release,

‘Doctor Who’ Underrated Villain of the Week: The Doctor

You know Daleks and Davros and Missy the Master, Angels and Silence hell-bent on disaster. But do you recall the most underrated Doctor Who villains of all? Each week, I will dig into […] The post ‘Doctor Who’ Underrated Villain of the Week
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