A fungus that has been zombifying rainforest ants has a new enemy, though the news isn't exactly good for the undead insects themselves.
Joerg Sprave isn't one to sit idly by and let the zombies eat his innards. Evidence: his blood-spattered shirt and the huge crossbow slung across his shoulder.
Yesterday, TV viewers in Montana were treated to an official alert message claiming that a zombie attack was underway.
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Zombie games have saturated the market over the last few years. That's only because they're among the most fun enemies to shoot in the face repeatedly. Since it's that time of year, here's five zombie games you can play right now and five more to look forward to.
When the scientists fired up the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) earlier this year, hopes were high that some of our questions about the universe would be answered via the discovery of the Higgs boson. But months later, another group decided the LHC had another, more entertaining purpose: zombie movie set.
From the people who brought us Canned Unicorn Meat and the playable Electronic Rock Guitar T-shirt, comes a new gift to the world: a chance to become a geek cultural icon! ThinkGeek has opened its creative process to the "smart masses" with its new IdeaFactory.
We know there are are plenty of things you like about DVICE already, but there are also some things you'd like to improve. Well, now's the time to tell us what's working and what isn't, because we're about to make some changes around here. And we want to make sure they're the changes YOU want to see.
How do you make a point when a major distribution network won't broadcast your shows? Why you launch a full-scale zombie attack, of course. That's the strategy AMC employed recently on the streets of New York.
Project Phoenix is DARPA's plan to use robots in orbit to pilfer the functional bits off of dead satellites to create working ones. It's one of the crazier ideas DARPA's put out there (in a while), and the agency looks...