Road Trip 2010: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman was just one of thousands who flocked to see the "Star Wars" creator talk about the history of the mega-hit sci-fi franchise. Lucas was joined onstage by Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and interviewer Jon Stewart.
In a swipe at famous tweeters such as Ashton Kutcher, the erudite actor suggests that it's better for the famous to be elusive like Bill Murray.
Promoting his new movie, "The Monuments Men," the suave actor reaffirms his loathing of tweeting.
"Sulu" from "Star Trek" now hosts a video series aimed at explaining tech topics to the AARP crowd. First up: Google Glass.
"Star Trek" veteran George Takei learns to play Mario Party 4 with help from his gaming sensei, actress Felicia Day, on her YouTube show "Co-Optitude." Hilarity ensues.
You watch George Takei on "Star Trek." You follow him on Facebook. Now, smell like him, too.
On visit to Africa, former President George W. Bush says ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden damaged U.S. national security.
"Star Trek" alum George Takei is known for his meme savvy, but he also takes time to offer hilariously unhelpful reviews of Amazon products.
Chancellor George Osborne wants the UK to lead the world when it comes to tech, and has set out how to make it happen.
The author, who is best known for his "A Song of Ice and Fire" series, will see a comic adaptation of "Meathouse Man" released by Amazon's new Jet City Comics.