Enough with those cute kids who say silly things, AT&T's new ad campaign offers two nerdy engineers who make sure that your network is wonderful and offer lovely chatup lines.
A Lego builder tackles the challenge of crafting a working keyboard out of Lego bricks and has to make some entertaining substitutions for traditional keys.
Whether you're a Batman fan or need to finish a Darth Maul costume, expressing your geekiness in unsettling ways is only a contact lens away.
Google wants you to bathe in the pretty colors and simplicity of its new phone. It's all weirdly human. The first ads even had a "That's what she said" joke and a penis joke. Are we sure this is Google?
In Minecraft, Microsoft is taking control of a game that has become a cultural phenomenon. Markus Persson, though, is bidding adieu.
Listen up, meatbags. Bender and his "Futurama" friends are coming back for a special "Simpsons" crossover this fall.
An embarrassment of nerdy TV riches is set to descend on us. Tell us if you're pining for "Constantine," "Doctor Who," "Community," or "Sherlock."
Anthony Sforza may be the ultimate "Star Trek" fan, and he has $500,000 worth of Trekkie memorabilia to prove it.
A nerdy new Web app puts your life in perspective, proving once and for all that you're getting old.
They're too tiny to see, but a new form of light-sensitive nanoparticles could flood the world with solar power.