Geek Pop previews 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead,' and prepares for the triumphant return of 'Battlestar Galactica.'
Spool up the FTL drives! The popular sci-fi franchise is tipped to get a "reimagining" from Universal.
Humanoid (and cheetahoid) robots with access to your calendar and home automation systems gone bad are examples of how the "don't be evil" company could morph into a sci-fi franchise.
Deer Trail, Colo., is looking at passing an ordinance that would provide for licenses and bounties for "legal" hunting of federal government drones.
That innocent-looking jellyfish floating along in the ocean may actually be Robojelly, a hydrogen-fueled robot surveillance jellyfish in development for the Navy.
2007 top science developments, tech flops, and vaporware...Szulik's parting words as Red Hat CEO...Sony Alpha A700 review...copyright tidbits...Toshiba 32nm deal with IBM.
Just when you thought the end was in sight for the Blu-ray vs HD DVD war, along comes Paramount and announces that it is going to release movies exclusively on HD DVD
The Pantone Huey Pro is a clever, inexpensive monitor calibration solution for photo hobbyists, but you'll have to look elsewhere if your color work requires precision.
In a move that will surprise practically no one, Virgin Media customers woke this morning to see that they have lost some of Sky's channels
On today's show, Brian Tong has an exclusive about the next crop of iMacs: they're on a boat! Also, Kent German calls in from CTIA to talk AT&T-T-Mobile fallout on the show floor, plus a sneak peek at Sprint's new phone announcements. We rant about Microsoft's new strategy of demanding licenses for things like status bars on mobile phones, and Apple takes on Amazon in a war for the App Store (the name). Plus, new research leads the way to Cylons that can feel pain. --Molly