The director offers a peek at the X-wing fighter from the set of "Star Wars Episode VII" to promote the Force for Change campaign that raises money for UNICEF.
American apparel retailer J.Crew wants to bring its wares to world markets. FiftyOne's technology platform let it start doing so overnight. Last night, actually.
Robert Sallin, producer of "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan," shares his experience working on the film, looks at the future of "Trek," and dishes on whether that was Ricardo Montalban's real chest.
A Hollywood-backed app company partners with Jennifer Lopez for a new dancing game that's like Dance Dance Revolution for your fingers. Get ready for a ton of pop culture. Word.
Will Courtney Love's lawyers argue that Twitter is just so fun and awesome that she can't be held responsible for defamatory crazy talk she types on it? If so, we're about to go crazy on Twitter. Also, Apple and News Corp may have pushed back their launch date for the Daily, BBC says no to Smart TV fragmentation, and why can't Samsung just give us our dang Froyo already? --Molly
Once available only on tablets, the company brings more than 300 catalogs -- such as Williams Sonoma, J. Crew, and Eddie Bauer -- to its new Web app.
This fan-made fake set leak shows what it might look like if the Galactic Empire had a hub at Germany's Frankfurt airport.
Two-year-old discount shopping startup allowed shoppers to track online merchandise and receive notifications when prices dropped.
At Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony, other categories will get much more attention. But if it wasn't for the sound crew, we'd all be watching silent movies.
A submersible exosuit is going to be deployed searching the wreck of the Antikythera in the Aegean Sea to search for ancient technology.