Parker Brothers Choppers takes the wraps off the street-legal Electric Tron Lightcyle. It glows blue, runs on batteries, whirs, and looks like it just rolled off the 3D screen of "Tron: Legacy."
There are signs Google understands what's necessary to make Android resonate with mainstream customers. But techie marketing messages undermine the effort.
This week, Donald and Eric discuss two street-legal TRON-inspired lightcycles at opposite ends of the price spectrum.
This week, Donald and Eric discuss two street-legal TRON-inspired lightcycles at opposite ends of the price spectrum. Plus, we creep out on a way to perform real-time video face substitution, and the implications it will have on the future of video chat and our children. In Geek News, Eric nominates an actor for Zombie of the Year and sounds off on Gears of War 3.
Pedal-less scooter could have little kids speeding around the Game Grid while learning the basics of cycling.
Real-life light cycles, from the Disney movie "Tron: Legacy," are now available.
Upcoming sci-fi blockbuster "Tron: Legacy" had humble beginnings as a three-minute visual-effects concept test leaked to the Internet. Find out what's happened since.