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Your Galaxy Quest Ends in Samsung

Thu, 31 Oct ’13
Lightsaber battles? Not here yet, thankfully for those of us who shouldn’t even be trusted with regular swords. Beam-us-up teleportation?… more

Geek this Week: Gadgetry Galore

Tue, 8 Jan ’13
What Happens in Vegas Makes Beeping Noises – No sooner has the calendar flipped over to 2013 than we have a convention to talk about. They’… more

Geeky Home Theaters 3000

Mon, 7 Jan ’13
It’s one thing to appreciate your favorite movie’s visual aesthetic (or TV show, your format preference is for you alone to decide), but it… more

Nerdist News Wants You…to Win an iPad 3

Thu, 13 Dec ’12
Dorothy. E.T. Will Robinson. You. All looking for a way home, except you might not have realized it yet. See, in the not-too-distant past,… more

The Dark Knight Rises. His Cars Rule.

Tue, 4 Dec ’12
Even as online rumors begin breathlessly swirling about how they’ll reboot Batman next, let’s not forget that the current version still… more

Baba Booey! Gary Dell’Abate, Technically

Tue, 4 Sep ’12
To Howard Stern fans and prank callers, “Baba Booey” is an essential part of the vocabulary. But to the Nerdist Channel, he’s our newest… more

NERDSWAG: They Call Me Baba Booey To Debut on the Nerdist Channel

Tue, 5 Jun ’12
You’ve heard the name, most often shouted by talk-show callers who’ve managed to evade the screener, but later this year, you will know the… more

CES the Day: Consumer Electronics Show Preview

Mon, 9 Jan ’12
By: Charlene JimenezTime and Relative Dimensions in TV – Like Charlize Theron’s character in Young Adult, 3D TVs were once the hottest… more

The Gizmodo Gallery Doesn’t Need Roads

Wed, 7 Dec ’11
In 1989, Robert Zemeckis predicted that by 2015 we would have dynamic multi-channel video screens, powerlacing shoes, devices that cook… more

Geek This Week: Turkey, Shrimp and Stamina

Thu, 17 Nov ’11
The Fry-nal Frontier – With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we’d like to show our greatest gratitude that William Shatner is still as… more

Get a Load of This

This prototype time-piece from UK-based designers James Auger and Jimmy Loizeau traps insects on… more