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Nerdist News: More Live From WonderCon with Jason O'Mara, Simon Kinberg, and Lots of Deadpool

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Baba Booey in the Wake of the Storm

Gary Dell’abate’s latest edition of the Nerdist Channel’s They Call Me Baba Booey looks at the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and the tech issues that resulted from the disaster. Jason… more

Sling Along With Baba Booey

Gary Dell’abate is back with another edition of the Nerdist Channel’s They Call Me Baba Booey, and he’s talking about one of my most indispensable gadgets: the Slingbox. It’s how… more

Join Nerdist at Wondercon This Weekend! UPDATE: Chris Hardwick Signing Sunday!

UPDATE: We’ve added a signing with Chris Hardwick himself on Sunday 2-3 PM!  UPDATE: Jessica Chobot has been added to the Nerdist Panel on Sunday at 12:00PM! Details below…… more
 

The Mobile Baba Booey

Gary Dell’abate takes a look at the Samsung Galaxy S III on this week’s edition of the Nerdist Channel’s They Call Me Baba Booey. It’s thin, it has a big… more

“The Guild”‘s Felicia Day Doesn’t Stop

Felicia Day is nice. She’s also very busy. So while we feel kinda bad about taking up her time when she has such a myriad of projects in the works… more

Housekeeping wih Baba Booey

Gary Dell’abate’s a busy guy, and he gets a lot of gadgets and equipment to review, so things tend to get backed up. This week on the Nerdist Channel’s They… more
 

Run, Baba Booey, Run

The Garmin Forerunner 10 is a GPS watch for runners, and Gary Dell’Abate has the word on whether it’s worth your money on this week’s episode of the Nerdist Channel’s… more

Chris Hardwick Melts an iPhone 5 on “Wrecknology”

Chris Hardwick is on the latest episode of Machinima’s Wrecknology and, with host Bruce Greene, melts an iPhone 5 in acid. I really don’t know what additional information you need… more

The Analog Baba Booey

Audiophiles can debate the merits of vinyl records versus digital formats forever, and Gary Dell’Abate is an audiophile, so he and AnalogPlanet.com and Stereophile magazine editor Michael Fremer tackle… more
 

Get Started with Baba Booey

Gary Dell’Abate’s tech talk on this week’s edition of the Nerdist Channel’s They Call Me Baba Booey looks at automatic car starters and how versatile they can be. He also… more

Shoot A Nerf Gun At Ducks Via Twitter. No, Really

I get a lot of press releases. Most don’t lend themselves to doing anything with them. But when a press release combines Nerf and Twitter, I’m in. I CAN’T RESIST… more

Baba Booey’s Bluetooth

Gary Dell’Abate is back with more gadget love and pop culture knowledge on the Nerdist Channel’s They Call Me Baba Booey, and this week’s episode looks at Bluetooth speakers (we’ll… more
 

Go Play With the “Star Trek” Google Doodle

By now, you have to have played with today’s Google Doodle celebrating the 46th anniversary of Star Trek, right? No? Then go there, hover your cursor over it, find the… more

Baba Booey on Apple TV, Awards, and a Good Read

Gary Dell’Abate is more than Howard Stern’s faithful producer “Baba Booey,” as Luke’s interview with him earlier today is but one indication, and the Nerdist Channel is giving him a… more

Interview: They Call Him Baba Booey, but We Call Gary Dell’Abate Our Newest Host

To Howard Stern fans and prank callers, “Baba Booey” is an essential part of the vocabulary. But to the Nerdist Channel, he’s about to reveal a whole new side. The… more
 

No Facebook or Twitter Account? What Are You Hiding?

My brother-in-law has committed social suicide and he doesn’t even care. I always make fun of him for not having Facebook, Twitter, or even a LinkedIn account. He’s… more

Pickstarter: Our Favorite Crowdfunded Projects 7/29

Web series, web series, web series, everywhere you look someone is starting an inspired new show on the web. This week we’re going to pause our regular coverage and highlight… more

Google Fiber and Your Need For Speed

Okay, so now we know what Google Fiber is going to be all about: 1 gigabit Internet and TV service. Roll that around in your head for a little bit…. more
 

Thomas Jane’s #DIRTYLAUNDRY

Thomas Jane is a pretty cool guy. He’s also a massive fanboy. Here he’s made his own Punisher fan film, starring himself. And apparently its title is Hashtag Dirty Laundry…. more

How You Can Help Save “Trailers From Hell!”

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yslLDcksXUs?rel=0&w=615&h=346] A couple of months back, I wrote this piece about one of my favorite websites, Trailers… more

About the New iOS Podcast App…

So, there’s now a Podcasts app for iOS. It was announced for iOS6, but it’s now available for iOS5 as well. This means a few things: one, you can now… more
 

It’s Time For reddit’s Arbitrary Day 2012

Arbitrary Day is upon us.  Do you like exchanging things with strangers on the internet? Let me rephrase that.   Would you be interested in a “Secret Santa like” holiday smack… more

Interview: Planetary Resources’ Chris Lewicki Wants to Mine Some Asteroids

Sorry, Michael Bay fans: When it comes to giant rocks in space, Bruce Willis-types probably won’t be our go-to guys for drilling into asteroids. Chris Lewicki, president & chief engineer… more

Balki Lives in “Perfect Strangers,” the Game

A flash-based web game based on the ’80s sitcom Perfect Strangers? Why, yes, it’s a game created by Jason Oda, who creates games for advertisers and musicians. It’s pretty rudimentary… more