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Thursday August 2, 2018. 03:00 PM
True comic book fans know that the industry has always been progressive, pushing concepts and ideas that are too risky for other media forward into the public eye. And it shows in the […] The post 10 Comic Book Characters Who Were Ahead Of Their Time appeared first on...
    Geek - Aug 2, 03:00 PM
The sky waits for no man (or woman), and while folks continue to moon over last week’s crimson eclipse, the August atmosphere is prepping an exciting lineup. Culled from National Geographic and EarthSky, […] The post August’s Must-See Cosmic Events Include Perseids Meteor...
    Geek - Aug 2, 02:00 PM
Though there’s a ton we know about the heroes of My Hero Academia, there’s still a lot we don’t know, too. Some of those include what some of our favorite characters’ faces actually […] The post This My Hero Academia Character Now Has a Scar Just Like His Son appeared first...
    Geek - Aug 2, 01:00 PM
Have you ever thought to yourself, “I sure do love reading’s thoughts on the latest video games but is there a way I could watch them play the latest video games?” Well […] The post Geek Plays: Mega Man X Legacy Collection appeared first on
    Geek - Aug 2, 12:00 AM
Wednesday August 1, 2018. 11:00 PM
Artificial intelligence created at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has learned to design pharmaceutical drugs from scratch. The system, called Reinforcement Learning for Structural Evolution (ReLeaSE) is actually two neural […] The post AI Learns to Create...
    Geek - Aug 1, 11:00 PM
It’s not just enough to consume content on the internet these days, you also have to create it. And whether you’re livestreaming yourself playing a video game, recording a true crime podcast, or […] The post GEEK PICK: Blue Snowball Ice Microphone appeared first on Geek.c
    Geek - Aug 1, 10:00 PM
A key tenet of geek culture is knowledge – we judge and are judged based on our encyclopedic knowledge of games, sci-fi, comics, anime, collectibles and more. But it’s impossible for one human […] The post The Geeksplainer: Teen Titans appeared first on
    Geek - Aug 1, 09:00 PM
Twitter: @moby_dickhead Instagram: @adamtots TeePublic: @adamtots Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. The post AdamTots Presents: Big Tun-Nope appeared first on
    Geek - Aug 1, 08:33 PM
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, then you know that Fortnite is the biggest video game out there right now. Epic’s battle royale phenomenon is popular with players both old and young. […] The post Parents Are Now Hiring Fortnite Coaches to Help Their Kids Get Better at...
    Geek - Aug 1, 06:55 PM
For the longest time I thought the super popular Overwatch would be a no-brainer port on Nintendo Switch. It’s a first-person shooter, so it doesn’t rely on mouse controls as much as strategy […] The post Paladins is Free, Good Enough Overwatch on Nintendo Switch...
    Geek - Aug 1, 06:00 PM
The amount of different opinions people have had about No Man’s Sky, from its hype announcement to its initial divisive release to its recent well-received free No Man’s Sky NEXT update, are almost […] The post No Man’s Sky Fan Builds In-Game Shrine to God Sean Murray...
    Geek - Aug 1, 05:27 PM
Finally, a good reason to blame your parents for your failings: Scientists recently published a massive study of genetic influence on educational attainment. Drawing on the DNA of more than 1.1 million people […] The post Can DNA Predict Academic Success? appeared first on...
    Geek - Aug 1, 05:00 PM
Next time, on CSI: Outer Space—astronomers use “light-fingerprints” to uncover the mysteries of exoplanets. Researchers at Cornell University catalogued 19 of the Solar System’s most diverse bodies, in hopes of finding the next […] The post ‘Light-Fingerprints’ Help...
    Geek - Aug 1, 04:18 PM
“In a world much like our own, people are smashing their phones and moving to the lawless tech-free Zone B. A few cantankerous aliens have come to collect the last dregs of humanity’s […] The post Buy This Comic: THE SEEDS #1 appeared first on
    Geek - Aug 1, 03:00 PM
If you thought wireless charging pads were magical, check out Pi—a truly contactless charger invented by the sorcerers at MIT. Introduced last autumn, the pyramid-shaped device uses electromagnetic technology to power multiple handsets […] The post Reserve Your Piece of Pi,...
    Geek - Aug 1, 02:00 PM
It’s long been a feature of speculative fiction, but terraforming Mars — like for real — is probably going to be harder than we’d probably hoped. At least according to new research by […] The post Terraforming Mars Is Impossible — For Now appeared first on
    Geek - Aug 1, 01:00 PM
Tuesday July 31, 2018. 11:19 PM
In a press conference, researchers claimed a sarcophagus dating from the 3rd century found in what is now Germany contained the body of a Roman buried alongside perfume, makeup, and a hand mirror. […] The post Ancient Sarcophagus Contains Cosmetics, Mirror appeared first on...
    Geek - Jul 31, 11:19 PM
Today, our friends at TechBargains have assembled an absolutely killer list of deals. Ranging from discounted Apple AirPods to a super cheap MicroSDXC card to awesome VR bargains, there’s something in today’s list […] The post Geek Deals: Oculus Marvel Powers VR Release...
    Geek - Jul 31, 09:46 PM
Thanks to global warming, we may not need to suffer through arctic office conditions much longer. In the meantime, ThinkGeek is taking the mind-over-matter approach with its Star Trek: The Original Series Phaser-Controlled […] The post GEEK PICK: Star Trek TOS...
    Geek - Jul 31, 09:25 PM
The twin stick shooter genre isn’t as prevalent as it used to be but we still see companies keeping it alive with new releases. One such company is Blindflug Studios with its title, […] The post Airheart: Tales of Broken Wings is Both a Chill and Harrowing Experience appear...
    Geek - Jul 31, 09:00 PM
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