The Air Umbrella has reached its funding goal and is coming to market. Can it really protect your dome from torrential downpours using a force field of air?
In this week's episode of The Fix, we show you how to make your own motion-activated light for Halloween decorating, how to create a festive party atmosphere using Phillip Hue lights and your smartphone, and how to carve a pumpkin using free online templates.
Emoji are changing the way we communicate. What better way to celebrate Halloween than by dressing up as your favorite one?
Tackle these DIY projects and easy how-tos for a tech-ified Halloween.
With Halloween not far off, it's time to start planning that homemade costume and those decorations. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some websites and techy ideas that will help you start DIY-ing now to spook the neighborhood on October 31.
There's a psychic, a Ouija board and eyes that go...oh, you just have to see this thing. It's advertising a horror movie, of course.
Microsoft is approaching the next cutoff date in Windows 7's life cycle next month. Here's what is and isn't happening after October 31.
Step aside, Google — Bing's Halloween home page is a classic horror spook-stravaganza.
This year's Google doodle for Halloween lets people mix ingredients to play various mini games. Just don't look for an ending.
Every year, Halloween sneaks up on some of us and we're left to scramble for a last-minute costume. This year, if you have a mobile device you can pull together a high-tech costume that's sure to be the talk of the neighborhood. CNET's Kara Tsuboi has details in this Tech Minute.