Community manager J. Allen Beck: "There is not a clear legal path to protect Blizzard's IP."
Spoiler warning! We've seen Marvel's latest epic movie, and there are some major moments from 'Civil War' we're desperate to talk about. Like that bit where [REDACTED], and then [REDACTED] a [REDACTED] the umbrella.
Rod Fergusson: "I have no aspirations to be like this is the greatest story ever told."
Liam McIntyre ("Spartacus," "The Flash") sits down to chat with Jeff and Ashley, and also explains how Nathan Fillion was part of the origin story for his first official tabletop game.
GameSpot's Justin Haywald catches up with Phil Spencer to find our what the future of Xbox holds. From VR to bringing games to the PC, it look like Microsoft has big plans for 2016.
Smartphones are changing how we experience live music in an increasingly digital world, but Yondr's CEO thinks we can still enjoy a show without our devices, and his product aims to do just that.
CNET editors offer their thoughts on LG's new flagship, which features a slide-out battery component, and asks whether it's likely to change the smartphone status quo.
It may only have Captain America's name in the title, but Marvel's "Civil War" is a blast of an Avengers movie.
Joshua Smith is a member of the LIGO collaborative and director of the Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astronomy Center at California State University, Fullerton. He's also the guest on our show this week, so get ready to science!
Ashley and Jeff deep dive into Mattel's NY Toy Fair announcements, the shoe sole that aims to charge your devices through motion and whether or not Tidal will survive. We also welcome Joshua Smith (CSUF, LIGO collaborative) to discuss gravitational waves and what they mean for future research.