Comics apps have been around for a couple of years, but the rise of the tablet has seen a resurgence of interest in digital comic books. We show you a couple of apps that bring superheroes and more to your fingertips.
Can it really be possible that taking a picture with a famous person and posting it to Facebook can make you more attractive? An encounter with one man suggests it's true.
Archie Whitehead has a bright future in prop making. The teen built a wearable Iron Man suit from scratch over the course of several months.
The latest video spot reveals an Xbox One user zipping from one feature to another by voice. Your results may vary.
Mustaches, mind palaces, and matchmaking: Crave's Bonnie Burton shares what she learned from season 3 of the hit BBC series.
How much do humans supervise the machines that participate in customer service? One person's experience with Blue Shield of California suggests: "Not much at all."
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.
It's an ever-growing pastime: reading between the lines of US statements about its surveillance programs. The latest episode has to do with the German chancellor's concerns that her cell phone was tapped.
This is no Jedi mind trick. Digital Star Wars comic books published by Dark Horse Comics now will be available on your computer and portable devices, CNET has learned.
Nearly everyone has seen a movie adapted from a comic book or played a game inspired by a comic. Yet one company goes the other direction, taking mobile games like Cut the Rope to print comics.