Make the Festival of Lights just a little brighter this year by swapping your family's antique Dreidel for ThinkGeek's electronic alternative that automatically lights up and flashes whenever it lands on Gimel.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving! Tomorrow is Hanukkah! Tomorrow is Thanksgivukkah, and I can't image any better and more delicious plate than these Thanksgivukkah Holiday Balls, even if you aren't Jewish.
The first night of Hanukkah is less than a week away, and the engineers of Technion, the Israel Institute of Technology, are getting ready with their unnecessarily complicated menorah lighting system, in which a Rube Goldberg device triggers a robotic arm, and nitroglycerin provides the fire.
Conan O'Brien is celebrating the Festival of Lights by stitching a bunch of poor souls together butt-to-face — thus creating the first ever Human Centipede Menorah. Watch the unveiling now.
Your Christmas tree will delight and comfort your family this year—unless it ignites and kills them all in a massive inferno. It probably won't happen, but the Consumer Product Safety Commission wants to show you what it's like.
Check out this amazingly geektastic wrapping paper — your gifts of DVDs and memorabilia shouldn't come wrapped in anything else. All we need now is a claymation Chainsaw Maid riding zombie Rudolph, and we're good to go.
It's almost time for Hanukkah, and what better way to celebrate the Festival of Lights than with Kirk, Spock, Scotty and the the gang? The answer is none. There is no better way.
Want to give your home some nerd cred for the holidays? Good news: geek decorations are better than ever — but some terrible crap is also being marketed to nerds. We rounded up the best and worst geek holiday decorations.
Christmas and Hanukkah will soon be here. Many of you will soon have iTunes gift certificates to blow-why not support a good cause? This week's apps give some/all of their proceeds to charity.
This holiday season, deck the halls with boughs on stardust, pass out droid dreidels, and trim the tree with alien symbiotes. Here are the best holiday decorations and ornament starting with a Godzilla menorah.
The Christmas ads are already hitting the airwaves, so it's only fair that we bring you this LED motherboard menorah way too early too. There are few surprises with this 5.5-inch tall by 9-inch wide menorah, other than the geek factor that comes alongside celebrating eight crazy nights with a motherboard and some…
Hanukkah has got to be tough. Instead of finding 1 decent gift like most Chistmastians do, Hanukkahians need to find 8 (but only on their 8th birthday, otherwise there are more candles and it's even harder.)