Anthony Daniels, the definitive voice behind the lovable "Star Wars" droid C-3PO, thinks that the forthcoming "Episode 7" could be better than "The Empire Strikes Back."
Robotics is heating up, but the shape and function of today's robots are the polar opposite of humanoid robots that proliferate in popular culture.
The best moment of the "Star Wars" trilogy was when C-3PO was nearly destroyed. Now you can commemorate that moment with the a pleather backpack.
While touring Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi literally bumped into Anthony Daniels, the actor behind Star Wars' lovable android C3PO. You might not recognize his face, but you surely know his voice. Take a walk down memory lane with Daniels, who talks about working on the films and his relationship with George Lucas.
Check out these controllers based on C-3PO, an Imperial stormtrooper, Boba Fett and Chewbacca.
This Volkswagen Bus is an out-of-this-galaxy van painstakingly decorated to look like the beloved droid.
Apply the Force directly to your skin with a set of Underoos underwear designed for grownups who still love "Star Wars."
R2-D2 is a deadly machine in this Lego animated short, which sees Artoo taking on the Jawas who try to capture him in "Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope."
Fans can relive their favorite moments from the "Star Wars" original trilogy in this series of kids books that depict scenes and characters made from felt. The authors talk to CNET about their crafting process.
You don't need to be buds with Han Solo and Chewbacca to visit the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy, starting in October.