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  • October 31, 2012
    ThinkGeek is selling these $13 Companion Cube ice cube trays that make your ice look briefly like little companion cubes in a drink before looking like regular ice cubes in a drink. Me? I bought the 99 ice cube trays from IKEA that make all my ice heart shaped. I know you mi... / Continue →
  • October 23, 2012
    First the Lord of the Rings earrings, then the fingernail art, now a Portal engagement ring made by the folks at Custom Made -- it really is turning into lady's day on Geekologie. And you know what? I say we embrace it. Maybe later we can take turns putting makeup on each ot... / Continue →
  • June 6, 2011
    I actually have no clue WTF is going on here, but I approve of every last bit of it. Cool Guy of the Day [] Thanks to Mark, who agrees the picture could use some more stormtrooper. ... / Continue →
  • May 13, 2010
    If you haven't played Portal now's your chance to do it for free. Valve is giving away free downloads of the hit from now until May 24th. All you have to do is go to THIS WEBSITE and click that big-ass red button. Before you know it you'll be jumping through holes and coming... / Continue →
  • June 18, 2009
    "Hey kids, who wants free cake?!" aperture science van tooling around, scaring the hell out of people [technabob]... / Continue →
  • December 19, 2008
    Want to carry a little companion cube with you wherever you go? No problem, thanks to Etsy seller donsolo's $22 companion cube keychains. Made with geeky love from .100" thick reclaimed aluminum. It measures 1.25" x 1.25" (about 3cm x 3cm). The surface has a brushed finish th... / Continue →
  • October 29, 2008
    The Compumpkin Cube cake is the lovechild of a companion cube and Jack the Pumpkin King. You can tell because, instead of the little hearts in the center of each side, it has testicular looking pumpkins instead. First of all, the bottom tier is Chocolate Devil's Food cake a... / Continue →
  • April 7, 2008
    This 3-D LED cube was made by Chinese manufacturer Seekway and features a 16 x 16 x 16 grid of lights for a total of 4,096. That's a good amount. "The system is capable of displaying animations at up to 30 frames per second and each dot can be individually addressed for both ... / Continue →