The official "Star Trek" phaser remote control zaps pretty much any TV, set-top box or music player in the galaxy.
Much to the delight of Trekkies and science fiction fans everywhere, "Star Trek Into Darkness" zooms into theaters this weekend. Moviegoers will see big names such as Chris Pine and Zoe Saldana in the credits, but may miss another key role: that of sound designer. CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings us this behind-the-scenes listen of how the sound effects were created in a studio far from Hollywood.
An ultra-rare piece of "Trek" memorabilia pulls in an impressive amount on the auction block.
Google finds a partner to work on contact lenses with built-in sensors, LeapFrog creates a video game console for little kids, and Fitbit gets fashionable with Tory Burch jewelry.
Sci-fi superfan Huston Huddleston plans to open a massive museum dedicated to sci-fi artifacts from film and television.
The mobile game marks the beginning of an all-new retro-themed "Star Trek" venture aimed at fans of all ages, whether they grew up with Gene Roddenberry's or J.J. Abrams' version.
The Nocs NS700 Phaser headphones are decent headphones that are hurt by the fact that they don't do enough to distinguish themselves from the competition -- from either the standpoint of design or performance.
Being willingly drunk on camera (presumably) seems to be one of the hottest things going in entertainment this summer. A short sci-fi flick takes the art to new highs (or is it lows?)
This kick-ass app for budding moviemakers now includes phaser fights, an Enterprise fly-by, and more. And if you buy extra effects, you support a worthy cause.
The video streaming service gets the sci-fi classic in the deal, as well as Californication.