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WearCam from UCam247

by Peter Ray Allisonon 05/11/2016
Peter Ray Allison checks out the WearCam, a new action-cam from UCam247

WearCam, the future of action cameras?

by Peter Ray Allisonon 12/09/2016
Well, this is different – a stripped-down wearable camera that focuses on the core essentials for action cams. The shape and size of a macaroon, and weighing in at just 26g, WearCam is an uncomplicated action camera. It takes 5 megapixel photos and offers high-definition video recording, with the latter recording nearly 2 hours of […]

Crash Geek Dummy #1 – Fenetic Drift Balance Board

by Matt Gearyon 16/06/2016
Newest member to the Geek Pride crew and semi professional film maker / youtuber, Jamie, has brought us something new to the Geek Pride world… lets call it a pilot or proof of concept if you will. We were offered the chance to review a Fenetic Drift Balance Board from Fenetic Wellbeing, but instead of […]

Breaking Down the Independence Day Resurgence Trailer

by trekkiemarkon 22/04/2016
As far as blockbusters go Independence Day stands up there with the best of them and even after twenty years its perfect mix of CGI and physical graphics still hold up. Now in 2016, the city swatting aliens are back with a vengeance and here to rid the world of our popular tourist photo hotspots […]

Two Historic Space Anniversaries Celebrated Today

by trekkiemarkon 12/04/2016
The 12th of April is a special day for all space nerds out there as it marks the anniversary of not only the first manned flight into space but also the first space shuttle flight. We at Geek Pride are delighted to share two insightful documentaries of these two amazing events. First Orbit On a […]

Sony Undercuts Competition With Vr Pricing

by Andrew Corbanon 16/03/2016
With this year of boxes that you stare into and play video games with in full swing. Sony announced the pricing and release window of its generically named PlayStation VR. The Japanese company held a conference at GDC yesterday where it announced that the PlayStation VR will be priced at a cool $399 which is […]

Epson EcoTank ET-14000 Printer Review

by Becca Harperon 20/12/2015
I frequently get frustrated with ink cartridges they are ridiculously expensive and generally it’s cheaper just to buy a brand new printer than fork out for the cartridges you need. Alas, this is not environmentally friendly or particularly economical. The Epson EcoTank ET-14000 is something a little different. They have dropped the ink cartridges and now […]

Confessions of a Tech Addict

by Nick Hancheton 08/09/2015
I can’t help myself. I look at something, I imagine the possibilities how that wonderful piece of technology can change my life for the better, and I convince myself that I need it. Granted, these urges often only last for a few days but regardless, if I gave in within that time period I’d be in serious […]

The Best Toy Santa Didn’t Bring You – Google Cardboard

by GuruMelon 09/01/2015
This should have been the biggest toy this Christmas, and I’m amazed that anyone doesn’t own one yet, but then, even if you have heard of Google Cardboard it sounds so ridiculous that most people just think it’s not going to be any good. Cardboard is a DIY folding cardboard smartphone mount allowing you to […]

25 Life Hacks You Need In Your Life…

by Becca Harperon 13/04/2013
There are many little annoyances in life from excess cables to people borrowing your stuff and never returning it. So I have taken it upon myself to spend hours scouring the internet…okay that’s a lie, I googled, it took me like half an hour, but I did it all for you. So here are 25 […]