Ewoks at the zoo? Photographer Thomas Dagg superimposes symbols from "Star Wars" onto real-life situations, with compelling results.
The world of "Star Wars" is crossing over from sci-fi to our modern-day world as technology that once required movie magic has inspired real inventions. Let's start with those cool holograms.
In an interview with Charlie Rose, George Lucas opens up about the real meaning behind "Star Wars," and how mythology, religion, and storytelling helped shape his vision of the films.
Good Old Games (aka GOG.com) has teamed with Disney Interactive to bring popular LucasArts games from the '90s to modern computers.
Yet another entrant in the ever-growing fitness band ecosystem, the Star.21 from Oaxis has a few points of difference from the rest of the crowd.
The entry-level handsets target budget shoppers on Walmart's TracFone service.
The Force is strong with this tower-defense game, but you'll want to play it on a big screen.
"Star Wars: Episode VII" director J.J. Abrams tweets a photo about the Apple Watch, but fans are more interested in the background image, which looks a lot like the inside of the Death Star.
The original geek behind Apple is rumored to be played by one of Hollywood's original geeks in the upcoming Aaron Sorkin flick inspired by Steve Jobs' biography.
A team of physicists has created a film that shows what a real-life "laser bullet" would look like in action. Hint: it's not like in "Star Wars."