French Iron Man Blue Ray Movie Release Has iPhone Features
Don't expect an all-electric plane to carry hundreds of passengers soon, but in some corners of aviation, battery-powered aircraft are attracting industry interest.
CNET editor Dong Ngo goes over the basics of digital-storage devices for home users.
The old tablet PC model won't cut it in the age of the iPad and Microsoft Surface.
Amazon's Lovefilm service now has major new competition with the arrival of Netflix streaming-video service in the U.K. and Ireland.
Star Trek The Next Generation is set to be released on Blu-ray this Christmas, marking an end to a four year wait for fans.
Wow, look at the big consumer-friendly brain on the DOJ! The Justice Department files an unexpected suit to block the AT&T and T-Mobile acquisition, and we discuss whether we think that will mean the end of it, or whether AT&T will just start buying members of Congress left and right. You decide. Plus, the TouchPad rises once again, we have a winner in the "what does HP now stand for" contest, and it's not Hypothetical Pandas, although it should be.
Five years after surrendering home video rentals to Netflix, Wal-Mart is back with the Vudu streaming-video service integrated into its Web store.
A young startup is about to shop around for takers to its alternative to getting Web content onto TVs.
Headlines from today's show include Facebook and Bing's new search partnership, when "bill shock" crosses over into "bill kill," and Molly admits she was wrong about the iPad. People are totally buying that thing. They're also buying Macs in droves, apparently. And also: rock 'em sock 'em robot torture. --Molly