Technically Incorrect: A photograph of seven women using a selfie stick to take pictures near the site of last week's East Village explosion causes quite a stir. And it's not the only smiling selfie from the scene.
The laughing lunatic will join the collection of villains already introduced on the show. Will his origin story involve a meteorite and immortality?
Smile TV uses facial recognition software to observe your expression while you watch -- and will only play content if you smile.
A new invention called Percept-D lets you click and scroll around the screen with facial movements, and even play games hands-free.
When you need someone to walk around in a Ghostbusters jumpsuit, who ya gonna call? CNET guinea pig Danny Gallagher, who learned a lot about himself (and heat exhaustion) from the adventure.
Kari Byron and Tory Belleci star in a new Travel Channel show all about adrenaline-pumping adventures. CNET chats with the hosts on the physics of frantic fun.
With the help of these special glasses, I can finally see more of what others see every day and feel a little less excluded.
Technically Incorrect: In its first ad for its latest incarnation of software, Redmond explains that your kids' tech worlds will be very different from yours.
Iwata served as one of Nintendo's top executives for more than a decade, as the company faced increasing competition from Microsoft and Sony.
The struggling carrier's Direct 2 You program, which brings a customer rep to a place of your choosing, now serves New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Denver.