A new ad trying to make the poorly reviewed Galaxy Gear somehow relevant, features Captain Kirk, and a host of other watch-talkers throughout entertainment history.
That's weird. We don't remember making this episode of Tomorrow Daily back in 1994, but it was a month after CNET launched, and it's an instant classic. Come for the PlayStation news, stay for the flannel.
Technically Incorrect: Some schools in the Chicago area decide that the traditional methods of testing kids are more reliable.
Samsung's new ad for its £300 smart watch is a classic compilation of brilliant sci-fi, with wrist-talking heroes from 50 years of movies and TV.
A new report sheds some new light on the upcoming Apple TV, and apparently it'll come in 32- and 37-inch sizes.
A rare, original "Pink Panther" and one of six cars from the movie "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" will be on the auction block Oct. 14.
The Internet can be a breeding ground for bad ideas, and today's show highlights a few of them, like naming your kid after a Facebook button, making a fatal planking error, and replacing McDonalds cashiers with robots. There's good news today too, though - Seth MacFarlane just got the green light to reboot The Flintstones television series!
The Internet can be a breeding ground for bad ideas, and today's show highlights a few of them, like naming your kid after a Facebook button, making a fatal planking error, and replacing McDonald's cashiers with robots.
The 9-year-old company, which offers online business management services, persevered through one tech bust and is growing during the current recession. What's its secret?
The title of this episode is itself a thread of virtual reality...because the REAL theme of the show revolves around RDB's. What is an RDB, you might ask? Tune in to find out.