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Culture: BlizzCon Textual Attendance Is An Online Choose Your Own Adventure For The Event

If you are like us then you love Blizzard and are highly awaiting this year’s BlizzCon. Well to help build more anticipation, Blizzard has released BlizzCon Textual Attendance. BlizzCon Textual Attendance is a basically an online choose your own adventure book for the con. Go head over and begin your free BlizzCon adventure. and let us know how …

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Tech: Watch This Iron Man Like Flight Suit From Gravity Industries Take Flight

British entrepreneur, Richard M. Browning the man behind the best jetpack/hoverboard Flyboard® we have seen to date, has now built an impressive Iron Man like flight suit. Browning told RedBull.com: “The suit can fly in most locations…Despite being capable of flying at several hundred miles per hour, and at thousands of feet, normal operation sees the wearer flying …

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Game: Official D&D Companion App Announced

Today we learned that Wizards of the Coast’s Dungeons & Dragons is getting an app, D&D Beyond. The new app is being called a “Toolset” and will be based off fifth edition rules. We are excited to announce development of D&D Beyond, an official digital toolset for use with the Dungeons & Dragons fifth edition …

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Lost Package Forces SNES Preservation Project to Halt

It looks like a major preservation project for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System has come to a grinding halt after games valued at as much as $10,000 went missing in the mail. For fans of classic gaming, this will probably read something like a horror story. In short, an archivist who goes by the name …

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Tech: Adorkable FoundMi Bluetooth Trackers

Check out these adorkable little FoundMi Bluetooth Trackers we found over at Entertainment Earth. Each of the little guys run you $19.99, has a maximum range of 100-feet, and is small enough can be clipped to you’re “phone, bag, keys, tablet, or other daily must-haves.” Batman New 52 FoundMi Bluetooth Tracker: Superman FoundMi Bluetooth Tracker: Wonder …

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Review: Geekology 2017

Geekology was held on January 28th at the Worlds of Wonder Science Museum in Lodi California. This event a bit different from the comic book conventions I normally attend as it at a hands-on science museum. The cost of the event was the normal museum price rate and parking was free in a covered garage. As this …

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Tech: Korea’s Mech Takes It’s First Piloted Steps

Korea’s mech is looking pretty impressive these day.Check out this fresh video from Vitaly Bulgarov, best know for being a conceptual designer, 3D modelling enthusiast and SFX artist that has worked in the entertainment industry for film and video games for companies such as Blizzard & Paramount, showing the gaint mech walking while piloted. And …

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Film: Drone Racing Headed To ESPN This October

In a new multi-year deal with DRL, Drone Racing League, and ESPN/ESPN2 are set to air races starting this October 23rd. They will be broadcasting 10 one hour episodes covering “five races including a winner-take-all world championship to crown the best drone pilot.” Details: ESPN – Covering telecast and digital distribution in North, South and Central America …

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Tech: Fun Bluetooth Star Trek TNG ComBadge

Check out this perfect awesome “Star Trek TNG Bluetooth® ComBadge” from ThinkGeek. $79.99 ANSWER ALL YOUR CALLS WITH THE WORD “GO” We’ve had a screen-accurate prop replica ST:TNG badge in our closet for a while. The only thing it was missing was the ability to emit the classic communicator chirp sound effect when we pressed it. …

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Pokemon Go Plus: How Well Does it Work?

When Pokemon Go was first announced, it came with the news that a peripheral device, known as Pokemon Go Plus, would be sold in stores. After a few delays, the Pokemon Go Plus has finally gone on sale, and we can see what it has to offer. The Go Plus serves a simple function: it …

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