We here at Technabob don’t just watch James Bond movies to see the spy in action saving the world from villains. It’s all about the gadgets, the women, and the cars. 007 has great taste in all of those areas.
This certainly isn’t the first Millennium Falcon drone we have seen. We talked about one years back, but that one was relatively tiny. This much more impressive Millennium Falcon drone is gigantic and has four rotors inside holes in the spaceship’s body to make it fly.
Hugs are always a nice thing unless they come from some odd, gigantic, hairy, sweaty guy you don’t know. I’d not want a free hug from an Alien facehugger either. It may well be the last hug you ever get unless you find someone to do the deed before your chest bursts.
Did you hear that collectibles company NECA bought the company that makes Chia Pets? Me either. Apparently, it happened back in February. Well, now we know the reason for that purchase. It’s because they want to apply their mad sculpting skills to unleash a bunch of geek-themed Chia Pets on us.
By now everyone has seen the videos of the Strandbeest kinetic sculptures walking the beach. Theo Jansen’s incredible walking creatures moves by using the power of the wind. It’s very impressive. Guess what? Now, you can build your own on a much smaller scale.
We all know that the Dark Side is where you can let your anger flow. We also know they have cookies, and now we now know they also have LEGO. In other words, the Dark Side sounds like a cool place to embrace.
Over the last few years, NERF has added some awesome larger guns to its arsenal. Some even need a shoulder strap. But none of those weapons compare to Ryan & David’s recent creation: We’re talking a four-foot long custom-built rocket launcher that fires oversized darts made from pool noodles.
I’m glad that dragons don’t exist; not only because they breathe fire and eat men either. There’s the bit no one thinks about. What if a dragon shat on your car? Bird poo is bad enough, but a giant dragon would certainly crush your ride with its enormous poops.
Back in the day, the thing to do early on a Saturday morning was eat a huge bowl of sugary cereal and watch cartoons. I tended to choose my cereal at the store not based on taste, and certainly not on its nutritional value, but on the cool factor of the toy promised inside.
I loved every single episode of Futurama when it was on the air, and have watched most of the episodes at least twice since they first ran. Matt Groening’s animated sci-fi comedy may not be making new episodes anymore, but that doesn’t mean you can’t show your love for the series every day.
I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait for Fallout 76. I love traveling the Wasteland, finding cool stuff, shooting mutants and whatnot. But one thing that I don’t like is encountering Deathclaws in the Fall.
The greatest purchase I ever made as a kid was the time I talked my dad into giving me $5 for the school book fair and I ended up spending it all on a book that showed how to make sweet paper airplanes.
Growing up, I LOVED the TV series MacGyver. I heard all the crazy stuff he did was possible in real life, save like one ingredient. I so wanted to make exploding chewing gum, I would have blown the testes straight off my 5th grade PE coach with it.
We like our LEGO builds around these parts. We really like our LEGO builds geeky, weird, and cool. Brothers Brick has turned up a fun LEGO construction, and it most certainly falls into the weird category.
Gear maker Keep Pursuing has announced their latest creation, the OrbitPen. This pen is designed to be the ultimate desktop accessory for fidgeters, so if you are the fidgety type, this will give your hands something to do while at work.