Crave takes you inside a spectacular exhibit opening in Santa Ana, Calif., that explores the cracking world of "Indiana Jones."
Walk in the footsteps of fictional archaeologist Indiana Jones. Check out a sneak peek at the interactive tour set to open in Santa Ana, Calif., this month.
"Truck? What truck?" While Indiana Jones is coming off his possibly least popular big-screen adventure, he will ride again as a playable element in Zynga's online game.
This must-have game for kids and Indiana Jones fans is on sale for a sawbuck.
Fans have waited 19 years since the last Indiana Jones movie for this latest installment in the series, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. A lot has changed since then, especially the technology used to make its computer-generated images. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi talks with the computer graphics supervisor for the film about building the jungle chase scene leaf by leaf and why that iconic theme song still gets his heart pumping.
Paramount is dropping sounds out of your movies, Canadian customs guards might be rifling through your laptop for ripped CDs, and aliens are real. See, now, it sounds like today's show is all made-up stories, but the first two things are true, and the last one is ... well, I don't know, I guess it might be true. There's a guy in Denver who says he's got a video. YouTube it!
This post was updated at 11:12 a.m. PDT after ILM corrected the number it initially provided of CGI shots in the film. There were 540 CGI shots in the film, not 450.
The computer-generated images created by Lucasfilm's Industrial Light & Magic for latest Indy movie were meant to subtly reflect the older prequels.
Fans of Superman, Spider-Man, Batman, and the rest of the superhero universe should run, not walk, to the Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum in Elkhart, Ind. CNET's Road Trip 2013 did.
Jeff's guest today is games journo vet Scott Jones from EP Daily. The two discuss the current highs and lows of gaming, TV, and then try out their best Ellen Page impressions.