HTC Vive Gets a $200 Eye-Tracking Upgrade

May 03, 2017 1 min read


HTC’s Vive is about to get some upgrades. One of the first is an eye-tracking suite called aGlass, from Beijing-based startup, 7invensun. According to UploadVR, the kit will have two eyepieces that fit […]

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Humble's Latest Mobile Bundle Includes Grim Fandango, Her Story, and More

April 17, 2017 1 min read

Humble’s newest bundle is just for Android owners, with up to eight DRM-free mobile games included. You’ll need to pay $6 to get all of the games, but you’ll get Grim Fandango Remastered and Machinarium regardless of how much you pay, and even the excellent Her Story is bundled with the $4 middle tier.

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Geek’s Guide to Gaming Gifts

April 15, 2017 1 min read


It’s that time of year, the weird stretch between the Spring holidays and Graduation. If you’re looking for gifts for the gamer in your life (or even yourself) here are some of our […]

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Marshadow Is The Newest Mythical Pokemon Being Added In-Game

April 13, 2017 1 min read


If you foolishly thought you knew everything there is to know about Pokemon, you’re going to want to think again. There’s a new mythical Pokemon in town, and its name is Marshadow. The […]

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Build Your Own 8-Bit Game Console for $35

April 06, 2017 1 min read


The average teenage gamer spends so much time building worlds, defeating monsters, and crushing candy that there’s no time for science, engineering, and math. But 18-year-old student and technology enthusiast Albert Gajšak wants […]

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Up Your Cool Factor With a Custom Retro Gaming Cabinet

March 30, 2017 1 min read


Calling all hipsters and nostalgics: London-based STOA is your new favorite home decor company. The British manufacturer custom builds arcade cabinets, each handcrafted from start to finish for one or two players. Available […]

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Razer’s Insane Project Valerie Laptop Packs Three 4K displays

January 05, 2017 1 min read


Two years ago at CES, Razer teased us with their Project Christine modular gaming PC. This year they decided to show off something a little more portable: a gaming laptop with three 4K […]

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Dell, Alienware Unveil New Blazing-fast Gaming Notebooks

January 04, 2017 1 min read


It’s a new year, and that means we get to see some brand spankin’ new tech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Our sister site, PC Mag, has been covering the […]

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Here Are Some of Steam’s Top Sellers of 2016

January 04, 2017 1 min read


It was a great year for gaming in 2016, and if Steam’s top 100 best sellers of the year when it comes to PC gaming is any indication, there were plenty of titles […]

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You Can Make Your Own NES Classic With Raspberry Pi and RetroPie

December 12, 2016 1 min read


It’s no secret that the NES Classic Edition consoles are notoriously difficult to procure. When you do find them on sale for their usual $60 retail price, you can’t get them. Sites crash, […]

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iFixit Tears down the PlayStation 4 pro, Deems It Highly Repairable

November 11, 2016 1 min read

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Sony has traditionally released “slim” versions of its consoles, but it’s going a step further this time. In addition to releasing a slim version of the PlayStation 4, there’s now a PlayStation 4 […]

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The NES Classic Mini Is Actually a Tiny Linux PC

November 08, 2016 1 min read


There’s a very good chance that if you’re reading Geek.com you were already excited about the launch of the NES Classic Mini. Here’s some more exciting news: it’s actually a Linux PC, and […]

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