Elon Musk: ‘The Simulation, The Simulation, The Simulation’

A young woman wanted to know how much she needed to beg to take a selfie with him. A young man wanted to know if he could get his CyberPunk 2077 hat autographed. These are the kind of questions people were asking Elon Musk, the founder and CEO of Tes...

Watch Bethesda’s E3 2019 highlights in 15 minutes

Bethesda kicked off its E3 event yesterday, and if your head is still spinning from all of the gaming updates announced this weekend, here's your chance to catch up on Bethesda's biggest news. The company debuted Orion, a software collection mean...

‘Fallout 76’ is about to be a lot more like ‘Fallout’

Back in February, Bethesda detailed its plan to revitalize Fallout 76 in 2019. After all, it's no secret that the developer's shared-world action RPG is in desperate need of improvement, having been plagued by a number of serious issues since it laun...

Fallout T-51 Nuka-Cola Power Armor Helmet Won’t increase Your Rads

Fallout fans know that the only real way to survive the wasteland is to find some power armor and profit. ThinkGeek has got you covered with their exclusive 1:1 scale Fallout T-51 Power Armor Nuka-Cola helmet. Since it is a 1:1 replica, you can actually wear it.

The PVC helmet also has a voice modulator inside to make you sound suitably robot-like. It has a functioning LED headlamp and custom VATS sound feature. It’s listed as “one size fits most” and measures an impressive 24.5″ tall.

 

While the helmet is up for pre-order now, the final design is subject to change pending licensor approval. ThinkGeek will sell you one for $149.99 with shipping expected in mid-June.

Install updates now to address a vulnerability in most Intel CPUs

In January 2018, a pair of security exploits dubbed Spectre and Meltdown showed how attackers could take advantage of commonly-implemented CPU technology to access data they shouldn't have been able to. They were followed by a similar bug, Foreshadow...

Everyone Needs A Little Fallout Pick-R-Up

So at this point, we all know the last Fallout game, Fallout 76, wasn’t exactly all it was cracked up to be. That doesn’t mean you can’t collect some cool stuff that you might see in the Fallout franchise games while we wait for Bethesda to do better. Perhaps you’d like to add The Wand Company’s 1/18-scale die-cast replica of the Pick-R-Up to your toy shelf.

It almost looks like a ’50s era Chevy truck to me, but it’s unique with its over-the-top proportions and tiny one-person cab. It’s got a big bed in back for carrying around the goodies you collect in the wasteland, and its hood opens to remove a glowing blue, removable nuclear core in the engine. It also comes with an enamel pin to celebrate 5-years of service to Chryslus, as well as a technical guide pamphlet. It’s decked out in a sweet red metallic paint and rides on old school whitewall tires.

 

It’s not a cheap collectible at $99.99, but it is cool. You can order yours now at ThinkGeek.

Fallout T-51 Power Armor Statue is Cooler than the New Game

Valentine’s Day is almost here, and if you have a Fallout fan in your life, this Modern Icons #7 Fallout T-51 Power Armor Statue will look fantastic on their desk. It’s ok if your Fallout fan likes Fallout 76, they probably still deserve a gift.

The statue was designed from Bethesda digital assets and looks just like the one from the game. It is painted in a battle-worn and weathered scheme and looks fantastic. The construction is injection molded plastic.

The injection-molded statue stands 9″ tall on a 4″ diameter base and weighs in at one pound. It’s in stock and up for order now from ThinkGeek for $49.99.

Bethesda will add a high-stakes PvP mode to ‘Fallout 76’

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Fallout 4 T-51 Sugar Bombs Power Armor USB Hub: Power for the Wasteland and Beyond

The Fallout-inspired charging hub is for the vault dweller that has a lot of gadgets but wants a taste of the wasteland world outside. It’s a very cool replica of a suit of power armor from the game, just much tinier and lighter. There’s no fusion core required to power it up.

This hub really is the bomb. It’s the perfect office accessory for Fallout fans and the Sugar Bombs cereal theme makes it extra cool. But aside from being a good looking replica of the T-51 with its power armor station, it’s also a USB hub with four ports.

If you add an AC adapter you can plug it into a wall outlet and it will charge up to four of your devices at the same time. The rest of the time it’s just a cool desktop figure that you can admire. The headlamp even lights up when unit is plugged in and flashes when charging.

The Fallout 4 T-51 Sugar Bombs Power Armor USB Hub measures 8″ tall, and its base is 6-1/4″ square. It’s available now over at ThinkGeek for $89.99.