CES has come and gone, but needless to say, there are still tons of amazing futuristic gadgets that you need to set your sights on. Not sure where to start for some of the best gadgets from CES 2013? Clear Men and SPIKE have got you covered.
The Sundance Film Festival, created in 1978 to showcase independent film, kicks off this Thursday, January 17th. It’s an exciting event for film buffs, but the sheer number of films being screened means there’s a little bit of something for everyone, especially us geeks.
We had the chance to visit CES, and like every year, there were products that were wonderful as they were bewildering. Here are some things that had us going “huh?” and “oh…huh.”
Yesterday we shared some of the highlights from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, but more than anything, it showed that despite the departure of Microsoft and Apple, CES is still an industry showcase worth paying attention to and also a really good indicator of where tech’s going.
Well the future is now, people and our geek dreams are coming true each and every day. CES 2013 is no different. Samsung Electronics senior vice president of their display lab, Brian Berkeley, showed off a phone yesterday that contains a thin color screen attached on one end that’s actually flexible enough to roll. Geekgasam.
Microsoft and Apple may have departed the annual Consumer Electronics Show in favor of doing their own presentations, but thus far it’s only meant that other companies have stepped to the forefront to present the latest in tech. Here are some of the highlights so far.
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show may be missing Microsoft and Apple, but other companies like Qualcomm, LG, Samsung, and others are ready to step up and propel the tech industry forward with announcements beyond thinner smartphones and android tablets. We’re talking new tech, cheap desktops, and a promise from Samsung to reinvent TV as we...
All Access recently had the chance to talk to Dan Slott about his work on Amazing Spider-Man, the forthcoming Superior Spider-Man, and the controversy over the events of Amazing Spider-Man #700. He also discussed what it meant to be writing the character he grew up loving as well as communicating with men he once considered idols.
Whether you’re into gaming, tech, comics, or some combination of the three, 2012 was a Hell of a year to be a geek. All Access has selected a dozen moments that highlight the Year in Geek, in no particular order.
Well, SPIKE was there first, people. Back at Comic-Con 2012, we exclusively unveiled the cover of the Dan Slott-penned landmark comic book "Amazing Spider-Man" #700. Due to the mind-blowing plot twists featured in the pages, fans are now up in arms about the content of the book as well as the future of Peter Parker and our favorite neighborhood...