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Outfitting the Mission to Mars

Apparently NASA consulted Pixar and the 1950’s for futuristic space suit designs. You probably know by now that NASA – and possibly other, private entrepreneurs – has its eyes on Mars as the new frontier for space exploration. As with all previous explorations outside Earth’s atmosphere, the technology involved takes a step forward each time. […]

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Are Transhumanists Pushing Us into the Next Stage in Evolution?

#83987909 / gettyimages.com Still wearing your tech devices? Just implant them already. Or is that taking things a little too far? Technology has always extended human ability, making primitive people stronger or better somehow – weapons and tools, beasts of burden, writing, mathematics, etc. And what we now call “wearable tech” – everything from eye […]

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How the Maker Faire Restored My Faith in Humanity

What happened to the happy-go-lucky, carefree, everything-is-awesome kid I used to be? It’s hard to pinpoint specific experiences — I think it comes down to life. Life happened. I went to college, grew up, moved on to see what the world was actually like, and decided that it’s not what I’d expected. It’s only natural […]

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Newegg Unplugged

Immediately after reading the October 4 blog post by René on prepping for the imminent Zombie Apocalypse, I started to mentally locate where I’d left some of the essential safety items that I already own as well as create a tentative shopping list. However, sometime later, I started to reflect on zombies in general – […]

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CES 2013 rumors

The International Consumer Electronics Show is one of the biggest tech expos of the year, and 2013′s edition is no different than its predecessors. Consumers are waiting with bated breath for the conference, and manufacturers are expected to unveil new devices. This year’s CES will likely be the biggest in recent memory. While not every […]

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Top 10 geekiest Halloween costumes

With Halloween just around the corner, we thought we’d compile a list of our top 10 geekiest Halloween costumes on Newegg.com. For those of you who didn’t know, Newegg has a large selection of more than 100,000 Halloween costumes, props and decorations. For those shoppers who are still looking for their perfect Halloween outfits, here is […]

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The iPhone 5 story in 5 memes

The iPhone 5, announced on Sept. 12, racked up a record-breaking 2 million preorders during its first 24 hours of sale, doubling the record set by the previous model. The iPhone 5 has a taller display (4 inches), lighter weight (3.95 ounces), a faster processor and 4G LTE capabilities. It also comes with a new […]

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Meet Paul from Newegg TV

For some of you, Paul is a familiar face. For others, Paul is just another ordinary guy who likes building computers: a geek. Paul is part of the Newegg TV team which has garnered more than 114,000 subscribers and 27 million video views. Because he is so visible on YouTube, we decided to ask Paul […]

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Top 10 geeky terms we love

In the United States alone, more than 135 million people play games for at least an hour each month. Therefore, it makes perfect sense for gamers to have their own shorthand language. After all, you may need both hands to play your games. Many geeky terms and shorthand speak used by gamers have become so […]

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What are your New Year’s tech resolutions?

It’s that time of the year again. It’s time to make those dreaded New Year’s resolutions. Aside from the usual resolutions of exercising more, eating more healthy and quitting bad habits, we want to know what your tech-related New Year’s resolutions are. Is 2012 the year that you finally get around to backing up all […]

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