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Good luck escaping the barrage of ads during the second day of Comic-Con, but there's more going on than the full-court press. A-list comics creators demonstrate how they work, and an awards ceremony acknowledges the best of them.
For now, Fujitsu's phones are only available in Japan, but what can you expect if they ever make their way to our shores? Some pretty cool stuff, actually. Take a peek here.
Right-click-save is great for one picture, or even two, but if you want to download an album full of holiday or cosplay pics, it's a drag Fortunately, there's an easy way to download complete albums with just a few clicks.
Sir Jon of Strick-land is a longtime listener of the podcast, but we never knew he was fluent in Elizabethan English until today's episode--by my troth, this should be good. Jon tells us about his adventures in cosplay at local Renaissance Faires back home in Georgia, and also gives us a preview of his costume at this year's DragonCon--a Renaissance-themed Lex Luthor!
Cosplay spills out of the San Diego Convention Center and onto the streets of the Gaslamp District during the first day of Comic-Con 2011, with fans showing up in both store-bought and homemade costumes.
CNET descends on San Diego for Comic-Con, the massive annual show that has become the epicenter of geek culture, bringing together sci-fi and fantasy movies, TV shows, games, toys, and--oh yeah--comic books.
North America's largest comic book and entertainment media convention, the San Diego Comic-Con, returns for its 41st year of comics, video games, TV shows, movies, and rampant fan costuming.
Yes, you've always wanted a pair of cat ears that flop up and down according to your mental state.
The comic book confab featured more than just fans in elaborate costumes. Superhero physics and debates about genre fiction held court, too.
Angry Birds for Android is getting a furious update, with support for low-res screens such as the HTC Wildfire's, and a jerky version for the HTC Hero.