Well, now I guess we get to find out how 7 of 9 made her way into the narrative. There’s no denying that she was going to appear, since the Romulans are “excavating” an old Borg Cube. They’re searching for Bruce Maddox, the so-called creator of the new androids.
I’m not sure exactly why, but I kinda saved ep 3 so that I could watch two episodes at the same time. Was it a shock that Picard is no longer welcome to the top brass of Starfleet? I guess it’s part of the premise of the show.
Anyone who’s used Google Translate on a mobile device on the go has realized how close we are to getting a universal translator. While Google Translate isn’t always accurate, it does the job well enough for you to be able to get the gist of another language that you don’t speak. Now, Microsoft is trying to come up with their own software that will translate multiple languages, speaking with a synthetic version of your own voice.
Here’s another very geeky flash drive that is kind of awesome in its own way. It’s too bad that it only has 2GB, but then again, you’re not paying for the size, you’re paying for a USB flash drive in the form of the traditional Vulcan greeting. Plus, it will help your data live long and prosper.
Yes I know that we all love Star Trek, but do you love it enough to wear this flashing t-shirt? It definitely takes the geek factor to the next level and the Flashing Star-Trek T-Shirt comes in four different designs, perfect for all hardcore Trekkies.
Don’t tell me that you’ve never wanted to drink some Romulan Ale. The drink was made popular by Star Trek, and pretty much anyone who’s seen the movies or the shows has wanted to drink some at some point in time. Now, you can buy some Romulan Ale for yourself.
While it looks a bit sharp for an iPhone stand, there’s no denying that this thing is unique. It’s being billed as a steampunk accessory stand, and that’s a strange way to describe something that looks so distinctly Klingon to me…