Seven test pilots demonstrate an X-Men-like ability to steer an airplane through a flight simulation with surprising accuracy.
On today's show: a marvelous robot that can fly planes; a saltwater-powered vehicle gets road clearance in Germany; and Pi-Top, an affordable 3D-printed laptop powered by Raspberry Pi.
PiBot is a 15-inch tall robot that has successfully learned to navigate takeoffs and landings in a flight simulation. His next goal is piloting a full sized plane, but we're not sure if we're on board for that.
Ever wanted your own jet fighter? Perhaps a life-sized cardboard cockpit with enough space for your gaming chair and rig is the next best thing.
The Netflix competitor beats the drum on original TV aimed at children -- shows that don't often win flashy Emmys but tend to keep high-spending subscribers loyal.
The streaming-music service turns video platform too, in a small way, hosting the first episode of NBC comedy series "A to Z" nearly two months before it's set to air.
Amazon Studios rounds out its pilot season, which lets customers vote on which shows get made, with a '80s suburban tennis comedy starring some favorite (maybe) stars of the time.
New rule prohibits non-essential use of laptops, cell phones, and other electronic devices to prevent crew member distraction during flights.
At Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, the US Navy graduates about 1,000 fresh pilots a year. CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman takes a digital shot at flying like one of them.
The Corpus Christi Naval Air Station is one of two bases where the Navy teaches pilots how to fly. CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman tries his hand at flying a T-6B. In a simulator.