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  • November 20, 2012
    This is a graphical guide to the evolution of cell phone designs over the past 25 years. God, I remember a time when cell phones only came in backpack form. My dad kept one in the trunk for emergencies and I would always run around with it pretending to be a space ranger. *s... / Continue →
  • October 14, 2011
    Despite the fear-mongering, I swear I just heard something come from Uranus. "Haha, that was just last night's Mexican talking." Aaaaaaaah, of course. Now if you'll excuse me...*dialing 911* Hello? I think a reader may have eaten someone last night. BREAKING: Blackberry... / Continue →
  • June 28, 2011
    Note: Picture only moderately related -- my patented optical invisibility cloak. Researchers at Duke University have developed an acoustic 'invisibility' cloak that can effectively hide an object from sound-based detection systems. The cloak holds promise for the future of s... / Continue →
  • June 2, 2011
    The $550 Sonim XP 3300 is allegedly the world's toughest cell phone, forged by Thor's hammer on Mount Doom in Mordor. I'm lying, but that would be sweeter than honey. Which -- BACK OFF, BEES, I'MMA LICK THIS HIVE! (Can you tell I didn't take my meds today?) The phone is even... / Continue →
  • March 21, 2011
    AT&T just announced their intention to buy T-Mobile for a whopping $39-billion. Hopefully they'll rename the company AT&T-Mobile, but probably not considering they can't even stop my phone from autonomously sending nakey pictures of myself to random people in my phonebook when... / Continue →
  • January 11, 2011
    Are you trying to steal the Geekologie font-fade?! In news that shouldn't surprise anybody who keeps abreast (or even abutt) of tech rumors, Apple and Verizon have announced the iPhone 4 is coming to "America's most reliable network" (and best store to drag a child through -- ... / Continue →
  • December 6, 2010
    Note: The whole, high-res conversation can be viewed HERE. Geekologie Reader Jason found a Sprint cell phone (presumably at the bar on his way out with 4-6 beautiful womens) and, being the upstanding member of society that he is, contacted Sprint's online customer service in a... / Continue →
  • November 1, 2010
    Remember the Charlie Chaplin film that some nutcase was convinced contained a cell phone-toting time traveler cameo? Turns out the device was likely just an oldschool hearing aid. Seen here looking exactly like something you'd try sticking your penis in even if you won't admi... / Continue →
  • October 29, 2010
    Mount Everest, which I have climbed many times in the past (several times carrying an injured Yeti to their sacred temple), now has a 3G network for climbers to use when they're not freezing their balls/vaginas off. [Nepalese network provider] Ncell claims to have a base stati... / Continue →
  • September 8, 2010
    Jake is a Geekologie Reader with a Death Star/TIE Fighter tattoo in his left ear. As you can see, it compliments his ear plug nicely. Now I know what you're wondering, "But what if he got it in his right ear -- would that make him gay?" And the answer, moron, is no. Being a... / Continue →
  • May 30, 2010
    Note: Video is after the jump because real men don't cry on the homepage. This is a video of 8-month old Jonathan having his cochlear implant activated and hearing his mother's voice for the first time. It's heartwarming. The burrito I got from a roadside stand last night at... / Continue →
  • February 8, 2010
    Verizon, in an act of big-brotherdom, has decided to prevent wireless access to 4chan, the sparkling gem of the internet. I've got the feeling this isn't going to end well. Per 4chan Status: Over the past 72 hours, we've been receiving reports from Verizon Wireless customers... / Continue →
  • March 18, 2009
    Is that Megatron? He looks....different. Jowly. Really jowly. Transform and rolls out! Thanks to gizmoduck, who is a chick but dresses like Link. Which, hey, is a-okay in my book (send pictures).... / Continue →