Aug 072014
 
Pikachu Cafe In Japan Is Nerdy Nintendo Heaven

Pokemon is huge in America and across the world, but in Japan, where the Nintendo franchise was created, it’s nearly a religion. Western transplant Sharla had the lucky opportunity to visit a special Pikachu cafe in Roppongi Hills in Tokyo. Sharla enjoyed all the yummy and extremely elaborate Pikachu dishes that are just as cute as they are delicious. 

 


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Aug 072014
 
The History Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Young and old are giddy with excitement over the Michael Bay reincarnation feature film of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Generation Y folks may remember the good old days, but most kids are unaware of the history of the ooze born Turtles. Thankfully, Abraham Riesman of New York Magazine‘s Vulture explains the entire history in this new video

 


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Aug 062014
 
Every ‘X-Men’ Film in Less Than 3 Minutes

What began as just a superhero movie quickly became a confusing mess of a franchise. Even passionate movie geeks are confused by the seven movie X-Men series. To help clear things up, Mashable has stepped forward to explain all seven films in less than three minutes.  

 


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Aug 052014
 
Major Websites Don’t Know Your Password

It may come as a surprise, but YouTube doesn’t know your password. Facebook, Google, Twitter, none of them do. No decent website knows your password. It’s safer, that way a rouge employee or hacker can’t access your passcode. So how do the world’s most famous websites know when you sign in correctly? Super nerd Tom Scott explains in this new video

 


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