ThinkGeek has a new pair of specs perfect for your more lazy, horizontal moments of leisure.
Here's something worth sharing during your coffee break: five nerdy song covers, all as ridiculous as the last.
Forget 8-bit, this stop motion video sees Donkey Kong in lots and lots of bits.
A site guaranteed to get your geeky blood boiling, ‘Developer Arguments’ puts forward tech's greatest rivalries for you to debate.
DekkoScan is set to take all the hard work out of recreating objects in Minecraft by way of 3D scanning.
Tetris and tech combine to bring you this snazzy 8-bit DIY tie. Fancy!
Diaper-maker Huggies is developing a belt for soon-to-be fathers to wear, letting them experience every kick of their new baby in real time.
Japanese restaurant chain Yo! Sushi is trialling table service with a difference — food delivered to you via quadrocopter.
Bacon experts Oscar Mayer has introduced a range of bacon gift sets just in time for Father's Day. Is this the perfect gift?
Love them or hate them, the cuddly Ewoks of Return of the Jedi are to get their very own Lego set.
Pigeons enter the digital age, using their honed pecking skills to solve touchscreen problems.
Apple’s WWDC is coming, and so is a new Xbox. if that wasn’t enough geeky excitement for you for one day, then you’ll want to take a look at your mid-week GeekBytes update. Today’s roundup features Mad Men in space (sort of), the cost of being Iron Man, and how the furniture of the future could do away with assembly instructions.
Researchers at McGill University in Montreal have turned to popular puzzler Tetris as a method to help treat adult amblyopia.
Last week, I told you to go and call a loved one. This week I want you to send an email to a friend. After all, Gmail recently celebrated its ninth birthday. Once you’ve done that, come back to read your mid-week GeekBytes roundup, featuring thieves, eyeballs, and the BeeGees. Yup.
Believe it or not, t’s been 40 years since the first ever cell phone call, so go and call a loved one then be sure to come back to read your mid-week GeekBytes update. Today's installment features a mechanical Etch-A-Sketch, emoticons and a lot of sticky notes.
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