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Posts by Rocky Vy
Themed races are just shy of mainstream these days. With events like The Color Run, Bay to Breakers and even the Undie Run, runners and casual socialites have their pick of interesting ways to work in their yearly 5k cardio. But this year, a new run surfaces, hoping to add a nerdy twist to the More >
It has been about a month since the release of the HTC First phone, which houses the supposedly innovative Facebook Home, and already AT&T has slashed its prices.
The ‘Facebook Phone’ (as its been dubbed) was originally priced at $99.99 with a two-year contract More >
Have you ever wondered to yourself, “Man, I REALLY wish I could ride Space Mountain at 1AM!” If you have thought that, then you’ll get a chance on May 24, 2013.
In the ever-increasing effort from the Obama Administration to make this the most transparent presidential administration ever, The White House joined millions of hipsters, nerds, and young, sexed-up teenagers on the popular social network, Tumblr, and posted this announcement on April 26, More >
Pokémon X and Y will be the first main series game in the franchise to feature a complete 3D play, something I personally believe should have happened long ago. But hey, good games take time, I suppose.
We have all dreamt about it — crawling tombs with Lara Croft, smoking a stogie with Solid Snake, eating mushrooms with Mario (wait, what?) — the video game characters who seem so interesting enough that we would fantasize how cool it would be to befriend them. Anyone is cooler than my imaginary More >
We try not to get into politics much here, but this is news worth looking at, if not celebrating. Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, announced that Apple will start production of one of its lines in America in 2013. Which line it is, we don’t know yet, as it always is with the tech giant’s tight-lipped PR More >
With the advancement of technology and the seemingly endless amount of data that could be stored and sent, video games of today are not like the ones we played back in the 80′s. It’s great, because now we can have super complex story lines and killer graphics that make for an incredible experience, More >
Twitter exploded Sunday (and Facebook with videos yesterday) with excitement as they eargasmed listening to the American Music Awards 2012’s ending show with Psy featuring MC Hammer, perfectly combining Gangnam Style with Too Legit to Quit. You guys, this is definitely More >
Every generation has their group of artists- Picasso, Warhol, Polluck, Matisse, and the list just goes on. A list of individuals who were acclaimed by their peers and followers, as having the ability to provoke thought and inspire creativity through their works of More >
When it comes to driving, we like a lot in our car. We may not always think we want all the cool new technology, but then you experience it, and you say to yourself, “Where have you been all my life?” (Trust me when I say, you will ask yourself that).
When it comes to action movies, especially Greek mythology-related ones, it is pretty easy to please me. I love sword fighting just as much as a 10 year old boy, and then add some gorgeous women and a scantily clad Henry Cavill, then I should in theory be set up for a very enjoyable movie.
Well, at More >
“Blame it on the economy.” Never has a statement been uttered so much as this has in the past few years. As it’s been told, innovation is born through necessity, and America needed a way to get back up on its feet. With the recession and the automotive bailout, there comes a whole new perspective More >
In an effort to really start getting to the hearts of certain niches in our nerdy world, the team at Nerd Reactor is releasing its newest feature category, Flame Reactor, which will cover all things geeky and LGBT related. For those who do not know, LGBT stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and More >
It’s true; gay people do have an agenda. It’s an agenda that everyone must be informed about, because it’s going to soon make your next door neighbor gay. And the creators of Bent-Con is slowly helping move that agenda along, positioning itself to be a notable force in the nerd-tainment More >
In an effort to save your finger from touch-screen impact trauma, Griffin recently released a new product aptly titled ‘Stylus + Pen + Laser Pointer’ (from here on out I’ll just refer to it as ‘stypenser’) designed to take control over any sales presentation tools. About the same size a normal More >
Ryan Gosling plays a lonely Hollywood stuntman driver (aptly named “Driver”) who at night dangerously works as a Los Angeles wheelman for hire. To clarify, local criminals hire him to work purely as their driver while they engage in robbery, so they don’t have to worry More >
Part of a new set of features that Facebook will be rolling out this week and the coming days, designed to further enhance your Facebook experience, “Places” on your mobile phone will eventually vanish into oblivion. Okay, maybe not quite vanish, but it’s getting a very interesting update.
Before, More >
Let me start off by saying that the movie is freakin adorable, and Seth Green is just a genius in his own right. If you haven’t seen the movie, I encourage you to watch it. But, for those with mommy issues, it will strike hard at home.
The movie chronicles the adventure of Milo, a More >
Starring: James Franco, Andy Serkis, Freida Pinto, John Lithgow, Brian Fox, Tom Felton Directer: Rupert Wyatt Genre: Action / Science Fiction Release Date: August 5, 2011 Running Time: 105 minutes Rating: PG-13 Rotten Tomato: 80%
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Jason Bateman, Leslie Mann, Olivia Wilde Directed By: David Dobkin Genre: Comedy Release Date: August 5, 2011 Running Time: 1 hour 52 minutes Rating: R (for pervasive strong crude sexual content and language, some graphic nudity and drug use)
I will start off this post with two facts: I loathe big books, and I love art. So when the PR guy handed over this book to us, I must say, it was a little bittersweet. But then I take a look inside and I find that this book is its own piece of work.
This book is a collection of some of the most More >
I feel that I am the best writer on staff to review this, not because of my admirable writing skills, but by the pure essence of who I am: a gay male ex-dancer. Yes, there, I said it. Not to say that no one else here would be capable of unbiased writing and such, but let’s face it- men looking at More >
There are so many reasons to love Google. They took over online searches. Email. Online videos. Even Earth. Slowly but surely, they are taking over almost every aspect of our lives. And now, they are making payments even easier with their newest addition to the family, Google Wallet, taking over More >