We don't think we could be any more excited at Nintendo's announcement it will be bringing back its World Championships, which haven't occurred since 1990. Even though it's 25 years later, we still hope the grand prize is a Power Glove.
On today's show, Khail and Ashley go nuts over Nintendo's World Championship revival, check out Sony's fancy new light bulb with a bluetooth speaker inside and assess the worth of a class designed to help you take better pictures of food.
Google shows us why you can't trust big companies with your personal data, and their self-driving cars have an impressive driving record after 6 years...if you believe Google.
No VIPs will be checking out Google Glass onboard the floating structure until at least late spring after the Coast Guard and another public agency raised concerns about Google's plans.
As Harrison Ford recovers from a leg injury, more actors are headed to a galaxy far, far away. Crystal Clarke and Pip Andersen are tapped as the latest "Star Wars: Episode VII" cast members.
This time the one-day conference will be even more developer-focused, marking a departure from the last f8, held in 2011, where Facebook unveiled Timeline.
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The truth is still out there, and agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully are coming back to try to find it on Jan. 24, Fox announced on Monday.
Commentary: Fans are upset about "Avengers" director Joss Whedon leaving Twitter. But is constant and immediate interaction with fans a gift or a curse? CNET's Bonnie Burton weighs in.
The head of BBC Worldwide claims "Top Gear" will continue to be a moneyspinner as he looks forward to the launch of the BBC's iTunes-style store.