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OFFICIAL UPDATE ON THE FUTURE OF GEEK

The next issue of Geek magazine — in print and digital editions — will be available Friday, May 2, 2014. We regret this publishing delay, but you can look forward to our best issue yet. To follow its production progress, keep visiting us here at ...

RoboCop Director José Padilha Revs Up His Cybernetic Reboot

For a filmmaker like José Padilha, whose upcoming RoboCop remake deals with the pros and cons of technological advancement, technology doesn’t seem to be his friend on this particular day. While conducting a phone interview with Padilha from his ...

Jeffrey Brown: Fatherhood, Faith and The Force

No matter how modern or open-minded, it’s a moment few parents are really prepared for until it happens, and this was perhaps especially true for writer and comic book artist Jeffrey Brown. The shocking exchange with his 6-year-old still ...

The Latest in In-Vehicle Technology

Advancements are being made in the world of personal media faster than the auto companies can keep up. However, many new facets of in-vehicle technology are trying their hardest, and succeeding. Anyone paying attention for the last several years ...

Star Trek: Phase II – Where No Fan Has Gone Before

Port Henry, New York, is pretty much the middle of nowhere, but for two weeks each year it becomes the center of the universe. Or at least the center of the Star Trek fan films universe. To reach it, you pull off the highway and drive past the ...

USS Paul F. Foster: US Navy’s Self Defense Test Ship

In 1987, an Iraqi jet fighter fired two Exocet missiles at the guided missile frigate USS Stark, damaging the vessel, killing 37 crewmen and injuring 21. The Stark never fired defensive weapons during the incident or even detected the incoming ...