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mardi 2 janvier 2018, 17:00
Despite some controversy surrounding the newest Star Wars movie (and no, I haven’t seen it yet, so no spoilers here), The Last Jedi continues to dominate the box office. I’ve long been a […] The post Celebrate Star Wars by Building Your Own Astromech Droid appeared first ...
In fairy tales there’s always a certain nobility to poverty. Whether it’s Aladdin or Cinderella, those who come from little are often shown to be more morally sound. While that can certainly feel […] The post Poor People Might be “Wiser” Says New Study appeared first on...
Taking a cue from disease-sniffing dogs, researchers in Spain developed an electronic nose that can distinguish between patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Dubbed Moosy 32 eNose, the device can recognize whether the condition […] The post The Nose Knows: Electronic...
It’s been more than six years since earthquakes and tsunamis ravaged the Fukushima reactors in Japan, but they are still causing problems, and containment is limping along. Part of the problem is that […] The post New Snake-like Bot to Probe Innards of Fukushima Reactor...
Privacy advocate (and some would say national hero) Edward Snowden is back in the limelight thanks to a new security app. Snowden, who blew the whistle on the NSA’s illegal surveillance practices, has […] The post Edward Snowden’s Back, With an App appeared first on Geek.com.
NASA has been mulling over the latest additions to its mission lineup for quite some time. And there’s a lot on the line this time around — $1 billion in grants and funding, […] The post NASA Announces Billion-Dollar Mission Finalists appeared first on Geek.com.
lundi 1 janvier 2018, 22:00
If you think about it too much, the sun is really quite terrifying. Yeah it gives us life, but it could wipe us out with a small hiccup. It can (and eventually will) […] The post Distant Star is Gobbling up its Children appeared first on Geek.com.
Comics have been shaking things up in the previous year. Slowly but surely, we’re seeing a new batch of creators and publishers who aren’t afraid to excite us with some daring, raw and […] The post Comics We’re Excited For In 2018 appeared first on Geek.com.
We tend to look at a new year as a completely new beginning. Man, 2017 sure sucked, let’s try to make 2018 better. It’s easy to forget that the problems that exist on […] The post A Few Things to Look Forward To in 2018 appeared first on Geek.com.
After taking a three-nil beating from DeepMind’s AlphaGo algorithm this spring, human Go champ Ke Jie vowed to never face off against a computer again. The 20-year-old Chinese professional, however, appears to have […] The post World Go Champ Hopes to Reclaim Title in AI...
“Gaming disorder” sounds like an invented affliction parents appoint to kids they can’t tear away from the computer or TV screen. But, come 2018, the ailment may go from fiction to fact. Characterized […] The post ‘Gaming Disorder’ is Real Mental Condition, And You May Have I...
dimanche 31 décembre 2017, 23:00
It’s been a rough year for the United Kingdom. But amidst Brexit backlash, terrorist attacks, and the deaths of Sirs John Hurt and Roger Moore, there was one shining beacon of hope: the […] The post UK Breaks 13 Clean Energy Records in 2017 appeared first on Geek.com.
We saw some pretty epic advancements in tech this year. At Geek, we are pretty hyped to see where the world continues to make leaps in robotics and AI. But we also had […] The post 4 New Gadgets You Should’ve Bought in 2017 appeared first on Geek.com.
2017 was a really great year in comic books despite what others think or say. Here at Geek, we recommend 4 to 5 books we dug every week. That’s a lot of books […] The post Team Geek’s Favorite Comics of 2017 appeared first on Geek.com.
Athletes aren’t the only ones preparing for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Event organizers are considering the use of facial recognition software at the upcoming summer games. The technology, according to the Japan […] The post 2020 Tokyo Olympics Eyes Face ID Tech to Screen At...
2017 was another stellar year for television both for major networks and streaming services. Both new and old shows had amazing seasons and continued to up the ante on the small screen. It […] The post Team Geek’s Favorite TV Shows of 2017 appeared first on Geek.com.
As Geek Senior Editor Jordan Minor put it: 2017 belonged to Nintendo Switch. But the runaway success may hit a major roadblock next year. According to The Wall Street Journal, Nintendo Co. is […] The post Nintendo Postpones 64GB Switch Games Until 2019 appeared first on...
There ain’t no party like a robot DJ party, cause a robot DJ party don’t stop—until the cyborg runs out of power. Prague’s Karlovy Lazne dance club recently introduced a new spinner to […] The post Robot DJ Commands Crowds at Prague Dance Club appeared first on Geek.com.
samedi 30 décembre 2017, 15:30
Throughout the past 12 months, we’ve talked about how 2017 was a great year for games. It is arguably the greatest start in video game history. I don’t really have to go over […] The post The Most Shocking, Surprising, and Awesome Gaming Moments of 2017 appeared first on...
vendredi 29 décembre 2017, 23:00
You’d be hard-pressed to find someone with a bad word to say about Peter Capaldi. The veteran actor, who took over the role of Doctor Who‘s titular Time Lord in 2014, has charmed […] The post Peter Capaldi Embodies the Doctor in Letter to Young Fan appeared first on Geek.com.
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