Everyone from R2-D2 to "Star Trek" red shirts roamed the halls at the Albuquerque Comic Expo 2014.
With three new lightweight, wearable medical devices, iHealth is hoping to give people the ability to monitor their health without needing large, ugly, obtrusive equipment.
The 21.5-inch Aspire Z3-600 is a battery-powered all-in-one with a kickstand.
This week on Crave, we stand under the Listening Cloud, an LED sculpture that storms according to social-media activity. Jimmy Kimmel reveals that he's been making fake viral videos on YouTube, and a frog photobombs a NASA rocket launch. Oh yeah, and we listen to the soundtrack of outer space. All that and more on our latest episode.
An LED cloud sculpture storms for social media, a young girl ages decades in minutes, and Superman flies onto Canadian coins.
One of the premier multi-day costuming events of the year, San Diego Comic-Con brought its A-game with outfits that were funny, accurate, unique, and just plain creepy.
A new Web site strings together one six-second Vine clip after another and serves up a mesmerizingly endless stream of human experiences.
The computer maker is announcing that the bulk of its PC lineup will be available with Windows 8, centered on existing systems like the XPS 13 ultrabook and the XPS One 27.
Touch-screen ultrabooks, convertible sliders, and all-in-one PCs that fold up like a tablet: we review and go hands-on with Sony's batch of Windows 8 computers.
Samsung keeps bringing up old technology to knock off four Apple design patents pointed in its direction.