Channeling his inner Walter White, everyone's favorite dad Bryan Cranston narrates the kids-book-for-parents "You Have to F**king Eat."
The first of seven fully illustrated versions of the "Harry Potter" heptalogy is set for release in October. Here's our first look at some of UK artist Jim Kay's incredible illustrations.
Mattel says a Barbie book that suggests girls can't handle computer code doesn't reflect its brand vision. That won't stop the uproar surrounding the title, which is still available to buy.
There are myriad educational apps and devices out there, and Crave's Eric Mack has found many of them disappointing, but he reports that School Zone's Android tablet is a notable exception.
We now know which superheroes from the DC universe will be starring in their own standalone film over the next six years, but will these movies be enough to combat a seemingly unstoppable Marvel juggernaut?
On today's show, we discuss Apple's product refresh for its iPad and Mac lineups, the major superhero movie roadmap update from DC, and an Iron Man prosthetic designed for disabled kids.
At Toy Fair 2015, CNET's Bridget Carey tracks down new high-tech toys. Kids can train robot dino pets, race cars with a mind of their own, bring coloring books to life and don headgear to learn how to use the Force.
Form virtual pottery throwing to music making, these Android apps do wonders to get you out of your mental rut and try something new.
Jeffrey Brown's "Darth Vader and Son" and "Vader's Little Princess" have become cute collectible maquettes thanks to Gentle Giant Studios.