Turning downtown LA into a giant Labyrinth

Nissan has recently come out with this ad presenting “The Rogue,” a cross-over Sports Utility Vehicle, navigating around downtown Los Angeles like a marble in a wooden labyrinth game. This is a great commercial, and we think you should watch it!

Star Trek: TOS … progressive and regressive

The original version of Star Trek, the 3 season show from the late 60’s that introduced us not only to Spock, Kirk, and McCoy, but an entire universe made up of Kilngons and Romulans, Star Fleet and Warp drive, has been hailed by many TV historians as a ground-breaking series that shattered many taboos and stereotypes of 1960’s TV and America at large. And rightfully so …

How to Have the Worst Blog Contest Ever

This is the first submission we’ve received for our “How to” contest.  It is titled: “How To Have The Worst Blog Contest Ever.” You’d think the guy is making fun of us – but not really.  Read the article, and you’ll understand.  Article from Brian Aldrich at The Prize Blog: Blogging competitions are becoming more […]

The [GAS] ultimate “How To” contest – More than $1300 in prizes!

Yes folks, Geeks Are Sexy Technology News is quickly approaching its two-year anniversary. To celebrate the occasion, and to kick off what is sure to be a great third year in existence, I thought a contest was in order. Now, if you’re assuming that this is another mundane blog contest, think again. This is no […]

Amazon launches DRM-free music store

It’s about time a major name in the world of online merchants started selling DRM-free music! Amazon MP3, a division of Amazon.com, just launched, and so far, the service looks very promising. The store already offers 2 million titles, and as its name implies, the songs are in MP3 format. Amazon MP3 media files are […]

Listen through walls with the high-tech spy stethoscope

We’ve all seen this in movies: Spies and private detectives using special devices to listen through walls. A few weeks ago, I posted about a Laser Espionage Microphone, and today, I’ll show you how you can make a high-tech spy stethoscope for under $25. All you need is: A cheap stethoscope A pair of multimedia […]

Introducing the Does-Nothing-o-Matic (Video)

This is probably one of the most elaborate Rube Goldberg machines I’ve ever seen. The complexity of this device is absolutely astonishing!

Apple looks to end iPhone hacking

Apple has declared war against “unlocked” iPhones. Why? Because according to the company, the unlocking software used to open the phones damages them permanently, rendering them useless when future software updates will be pushed to the devices. This is the first time Apple warned those considering opening their iPhone since the unlocking software started coming […]

Drooling over Assassin’s Creed

I’ve been impatiently waiting for this game to come out for the past year, and fortunately, I won’t have to wait too long before the release date, which is set to be on November 13th. Assassin’s Creed will be released on all major gaming platforms and promises to be one of the best games ever […]

The theory of relativity – in four letter words

An in-depth explanation of the theory of relativity using words that even a second-grader understands… if only to prove that it’s not the language that makes physics difficult, but that the ideas are incredibly mind-blowing.

Where does money really come from?

This is an informative and easy to understand documentary explaining how the financial system works.  The video lasts an hour and is well worth watching.  Take at least a few minutes of your time to watch the first part – if the subject doesn’t catch your interest, at least you’ll know how the basics work. […]

Halo 3 – Review (Video)

After three long years, Master Chief is finally ready to finish the big fight. Will Halo 3 live up to its expectations? Watch this video review and find out.