The launch ad for "Call of Duty: Black Ops" sees people in their everyday clothes shooting people with everyday guns. Among them are Kobe Bryant and Jimmy Kimmel.
Waesche, the new Legend-class National Security Cutter, is designed to execute the most challenging maritime security, law enforcement, and national defense missions.
Home surveillance robots can be fun--at least the Rovio is. CNET's Josh Lowensohn spent a week with this three-wheeled robot watching over his house.
Known as 1378 (km) because of the length of the border between the former East and West Germany, the game has some people angry because it depicts the shooting of East German refugees fleeing into West Germany.
Men and women can both wear these undies with crotch-positioned shields that supposedly protect their special parts from the TSA's eyes--and radiation.
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
Apple is girding its loins for an iTunes announcement tomorrow at 3pm Blighty time, and it's going to be "a day that you'll never forget".
Got a Netbook and looking for a case to fit it? Timbuk2's new offering is a case that doubles as a backpack and shoulder bag.
When motion is detected from someone walking past the phone, it will call (ingenious!) the number you've programmed, whereupon the built-in mic will kick in to allow you to listen in on what's going on in the room.
The new tool squeezes your entire Facebook identity into a tidy little zip file. CNET's Josh Lowensohn checks out the fit.