The incubator's demo day has become a theme park for investors. Startups are the attractions that investors will endure long lines for and pay big bucks to ride.
After shutting down for a redesign, Disneyland's Star Tours ride opened this past weekend to return star travelers to a "galaxy far, far away." The retooled Star Tours: The Adventures Continue" featuress 3D tech, HD screens, and more.
On today's show, Gowalla teams up with Disney to offer virtual pins, instead of the real ones everyone actually wants. And we discover Molly's never been to Disneyland, so maybe Gowalla should sponsor a road trip! Also, Google eyes Groupon, Cox becomes the first cable company to get into the mobile phone game, and carriers threaten to stop subsidizing iPhones if Apple tries to free the phone from carrier confines. --Molly
On June 17, the public will get the chance to explore Disney's brand-new attraction, the "Innovention Dream Home." CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi traveled to Tomorrowland and got a sneak peek at some of the technology built into the home. See the magic mirror that every girl will be drooling over.
In a highly anticipated unveiling prefaced by Musk last week, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO outlines his vision for high-speed travel.
AT&T will soon show off how small cell technology can improve network capacity and coverage in Walt Disney theme parks.
At the EAA AirVentures air show, Terrafugia's Transition flying car took to the air and put on quite a show. And then drove away. CNET Road Trip 2013 was there and can vouch for it.
The Sincerely Truman ad agency offers up four simple rules for J.J. Abrams to follow to make "Star Wars" special once again.
Locations in New York, California and Thailand lead the way.