CNET's editors have found the bookshelf speakers to spend $750 on -- rating: Outstanding -- as well as tempting high-quality headphones and a pair of huge speakers for your home theater. Also this week, the Dell Venue 8 7000 makes "the strongest case yet" for tablet photography, we contemplate an unusual gaming all-in-one, and a corgi-like BMW handles like a greyhound. Check 'em out.
Kylo Ren's unusual lightsaber in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" may not be the coolest new weapon if Chewbacca, Jar Jar, Darth Maul and other characters have something to say about it.
Blizzard has announced the release date for World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor and officially unveiled the opening cinematic.
Videos of pets trying out iPads appear to be an emerging trend on YouTube, with Iggy the cat and Chloe the Corgi giving the tablet a try.
Too busy trying to pronounce the name of that Icelandic volcano to keep up with Crave? Here's some of the news we spewed while you were trying to say "Eyjafjallajokull."
AT&T had an outage yesterday morning in the bay area due to fiber-optical cables being cut. This didn't just affect landlines, but cell phones as well. Rafe describes the dangers hackers would face in trying to cut those cables.
Are hydrogen-powered toys disruptive technology? Horizon Fuel Cells is readying toys and portable power packs that show the current reality of the much hyped "hydrogen economy."
Finally, design is catching up with technology.