Welcome to the whack-some-nails-in-it-and-it-will-hold-up-just-fine podcast of science and technology (otherwise known as The Geek Show). So what’s been happening in the world? Well, Huawei have decided to take on the U.S. government while researchers find a way to give lab rats and mice “Predator vision”.
Technically we’re a news podcast, although it should be pointed out that “technically” is a powerful word. Join Graham and Rob for another journey through the sometimes strange worlds of science and technology news as they discover oddities like Elon Musk’s latest “Boring” endeavour, getting
There are reasons I don’t tend to play war games, despite having an unhealthy appetite for moving little tanks and soldiers around a miniature world, cackling maniacally to myself while wearing a general’s hat. The main ones are the high entry cost, the assumption that
LEGO and Marvel join forces once more for another outing with all of our favourite heroes (well, the ones that everyone’s heard of anyway). Is this addition to LEGO’s award-winning video game checklist a solidly built effort, or did Traveller’s Tales forget to refer to
We’re back for another chinwag, and today we’ve got the video game of the movie of the Lego sets of the TV show of Ninjago (we’re going layers down here). In the game, “players battle their way through waves of enemies with honour and skill
This week we’ve shrunk to a threesome and decide to offset the cream of the BAFTAs crop with some 1970s exploitation. First it’s the turn of Roger Corman and Vincent Price with “Tower of London” before we transition into a hundred super-colourful costume changes with
Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens marks the triumphant return of the No. 1 Lego videogame franchise and immerses fans in the new Star Wars adventure like never before. Players can relive the epic action from the blockbuster film in a way that only Lego