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Japan leads the future of Tech Weirdness with celebrity Android Idols

by TechGeek Team

It's no alternative fact that Japan has always been at the forefront of technological inventions. Most very practical the world could use, and some that are just weird. A collaboration between Media company Dwango, Osaka University's Intelligent Robotics Laboratory, and … Continue reading

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Live Action NARUTO Stage Musical reveals Cast in Awesome Cosplay!

by TechGeek Team

With all the negative press Hollywood anime movie adaptations are getting because of America's white-washing traditions of selective choice casting of white actors to play non-white characters, many people may still not know about these niche performance productions about their … Continue reading

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BULLETSTORM: Full Clip Edition HD Graphics Relaunch

by TechGeek Team

Today, People Can Fly and Gearbox Publishing are thrilled to reveal a brand-new story trailer for Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition, the upcoming remastered release and definitive experience of the action-packed, critically-acclaimed FPS. Developed by original developer People Can Fly and … Continue reading

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New AI Technology Could Put Anime Production Animators Out of Work!

by TechGeek Team

The president of Japan's anime television network AT-X, Keisuke Iwata, spoke out in a special event at Tokyo's Digital Hollywood University about the fast approaching technological improvements of artificial intelligence in programming the animation of anime. As a producer for many hit anime … Continue reading

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Pokémon Go increases Gamers Life Expectancy with 150 Billion Steps Taken!

by TechGeek Team

Assuming you can keep your eyes on the road and some degree of common sense, players of Pokémon Go have demonstrated an increase in rate of physical exercise while engaged in their favorite mobile App game. Microsoft Research published a study … Continue reading