Traditional Jewish symbolism gets a sci-fi twist as Isaac the robot helps light a San Francisco public menorah on the seventh night of Hanukkah.
Pay tribute to the Festival of Lights with menorahs and dreidels made from Legos, action figures, toy dinosaurs, glow sticks, test tubes, and more geeky bits and bobs.
Why should the Festival of Lights be any less geeky than the rest of your life? Check out these DIY Hanukkah offerings, including "Doctor Who," "Star Trek," and "Star Wars"-themed menorahs and dreidels.
Update your family traditions this Hanukkah with the help of technology. And no, we're not talking about dreidel and menorah apps, but those are out there too! In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings us some festive tech ideas for celebrating the holiday.
Whether you're celebrating Hanukkah, Christmas or another winter holiday, food will certainly play a central role in your gathering. For home cooks who have already exhausted resources like the Food Network and Epicurious, CNET's Kara Tsuboi serves up alternative recipe websites in this Tech Minute.
The 3D-printing craze has even hit dreidels? It's enough to make your head spin.
Orthodox rabbis attending an annual conference take their traditional group picture the newfangled way, with a giant selfie stick, a wide-angle lens and a drone to capture the whole thing.
Even the ancient city of Jerusalem has been transformed by tech, as visitors to holy sites turn to mobile devices to reach out to God.
Notice an especially full photo feed on Thanksgiving and the first day of Hanukkah? You're not the only one -- it was the social network's busiest day ever.
Don't look for an Android-powered Wall-E anytime soon, but Google's recent move toward robotics signals a big momentum shift getting under way.