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Geek Tattoos for the proud geek

Geek Tattoos for the proud geek

Geek tattoos are becoming ever so popular, well in geek world at least. However, one big snag with geek tattoos are that in 20 years no one is going to know what on earth your tattoo means. Except for the few fanatics hanging onto the yester-years of gaming or technology.

Pimp my baby-tattoo edition

Pimp my baby-tattoo edition

Do you as a parent feel the need to put novelty things on your child’s skin before they even know what they are? Now you can buy Tattoos for Babies, and no I’m not kidding. The FDA actually approved this too.

Apple Watch heart rate monitoring is near (EKG) perfection

Apple Watch heart rate monitoring is near (EKG) perfection

A lot has been made of Apple Watch’s heart rate monitoring of late. While Apple admitted the niche market of wearable owners with dense wrist tattoos won’t be satisfied, we’re still wondering if the actual method used for monitoring your heart rate, photoplethysmography (which nobody should ever try to say) is any good for the rest of us. A new study, which ran Apple Watch in a side-by-side test with a dedicated heart rate monitor, showed the Apple Watch was equally adequate at measuring heart rate.

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Apple Watch is the best smartwatch around, says Consumer Report

Apple Watch is the best smartwatch around, says Consumer Report

The smartwatch market is saturated with good wrist-wear, but which is best? That’s always going to be a matter of preference, but Consumer Reports is typically a good barometer for which item in a category is ‘best’. Recently, Consumer Reports stacked the top 11 smartwatches up (maybe literally, I don’t know) to see which belonged at the top of the heap. Hate it or love it, the Apple Watch is the best on test for Consumer Reports, with the Apple Watch (steel) taking top honors.

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First look at Jared Leto’s Joker from Suicide Squad

First look at Jared Leto’s Joker from Suicide Squad

The director of the forthcoming movie Suicide Squad, about a group of DC comics supervillains sent on a special mission by the government, tweeted a photo of Jared Leto on Friday giving us our first look at the actor's take on the Joker. The last time we saw Batman's arch-nemesis on film was when he was played by Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight. This new look gives the impression of a villain just as terrifying, but also unique from the previous portrayal.

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