Tomorrow Daily 019: A futuristic combat league, ASIMO evolves, and more

We're talking about a new high-tech combat league, ASIMO's evolution, and the Minecraft remake of "Star Wars: A New Hope." Also, a notebook that makes you cry (literally), and your user feedback.

We're not 100% sure when armor and full weapon combat will come to U.S. shores, but we're ready to invest. Check out the futuristic combat league and radical armor those guys are wearing! Also, ASIMO keeps evolving (if by "evolving" we mean "scaring us"), and an ambitious Minecraft fan is almost finished with a shot-for-shot remake of "Star Wars: A New Hope."

Don't miss the Onion Note, either. It's a notebook that's designed to make you cry whenever you write in it. Now, even your grocery list can be an emotional experience...


Tomorrow Daily 019 [Audio Only]: A futuristic combat league, ASIMO evolves, and more

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About the author

Rich DeMuro is a tech enthusiast who has been tinkering with gadgets since the days of CompuServe and 386 computers. He hosts a syndicated Tech Report for local TV news stations nationwide and lives in Los Angeles. These days he's all about mobile devices and doing his best to limit his 3-year-old son's iPad time.

Ashley Esqueda

Ashley Esqueda is a Senior Editor at CNET TV, currently hosting the new show Tomorrow Daily. She is comprised largely of ham and cheese, and there's nowhere she won't go to get a laugh (especially at her own expense). In her spare time, she greatly enjoys karaoke, feeding her Diablo 3 addiction, and hanging out with her husband, Jimi. See full bio


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