The star of "This is the End" and "The Green Hornet" will help turn the classic battle between '90s video game giants Sega and Nintendo into a cinematic thriller.
Which gadget geeks up Grant Imahara's living room? Which smartphone has sci-fi author John Scalzi buzzing? What's Seth Green so excited about? Crave's Bonnie Burton checks in with a dozen-plus geeky celebs.
Rooting your Android phone gives you access to a whole new world of apps. And if that sounds exciting, then CNET Downloads editor Seth Rosenblatt has just the titles you need.
CNET Download.com's Seth Rosenblatt walks us through his tips on antivirus and security software and answers a bunch of questions on the topic. Also, how to network schools in remotest Alaska, what to do with laptops that won't lie flat, and how not to get socked by data fees when you take your iPhone to Europe.
Along with the debut of the Lenovo K800, Seth Green added some excitement to Showstoppers.
Amazon's new Kindle Fire is clearly important enough to deserve a joke on "Saturday Night Live." It doesn't come out too well.
Seth Rosenblatt picks his 10 favorite Android apps as part of the CNET 100 series. Check out the titles he loves best and be sure to vote for your favorite.
In a pointed diss of Google+, the two comedians decide there's something faintly silly about trying to beat Facebook by making Google+ invitation only.
Seth Rogen claims that the "Star Wars" creator sat with him in a meeting and seriously declared that he believes the world will end in 2012.
Got any questions about the latest version of Mozilla's Web browser? CNET's Rafe Needleman and Seth Rosenblatt will tackle your issues.