Neil deGrasse Tyson is making a game. That alone should be enough to get you pumped. Plus, it’s educational, and who doesn’t love learning from the wonderful, baritone astrophysicist?
Tetris has been an extremely popular game ever since it appeared on the Game Boy way back in 1989. Look at any generation of Nintendo hardware since then and chances are there’s been a Tetris game released for it. It’s also a game that’s been cloned countless times and forms a great project for anyone learning game development. Now, in 2016, Tetris has become its very own operating system.
With Gears of War 4 fast approaching, the mega-popular franchise has been at the forefront of a lot of gamer’s minds recently. With Gears fever this high, it shouldn’t be too surprising to find out that The Coalition is teaming up with Universal Pictures to produce a live-action movie based on the franchise.
PlayStation 4 fans, rejoice! Bethesda has announced that mod support will be coming to both Fallout 4 and the upcoming Skyrim Special Edition. On top of that, the company has also revealed that Skyrim will be playable in native 4K on the PlayStation 4 Pro.
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Animals that spend a lot of time in the water have various mechanisms to keep themselves warm and dry, and researchers at MIT are looking at the way furry semiaquatic mammals do it to develop a new class of insulating materials. Humans don’t really have any built-in insulation for the water, but by imitating the fur of semiaquatic mammals, we might be able to fake it.
The Internet is where we do most of our shopping, and a solid 90% of it is done at Amazon. Jeff Bezos has turned his humble bookstore into a sort of Automat of the digital age, selling everything from soup to nuts at low prices with speedy shipping. Nobody knows Amazon deals quite like we do. Except for you, that is. Welcome to Prime Directive, where we find the coolest things on Amazon.com and feed them to you, one at a time.
If you’re yearning for a 4K television of your own, now’s a good time to buy. Right now, Dell is selling the 55-inch Samsung UN55KU6500F UHDTV for just $799.99 — a $700 drop from the initial asking price. On top of that, you’ll also get a $250 eGift card to help pay for a device capable of delivering the best 4K and HDR content.
Not too long ago I wrote a post here at Geek.com about how you could identify a Galaxy Note 7 that wasn’t going to burst into flames. I think maybe we need to put a big asterisk next to that post now.