"Star Trek" veteran George Takei learns to play Mario Party 4 with help from his gaming sensei, actress Felicia Day, on her YouTube show "Co-Optitude." Hilarity ensues.
"Sulu" from "Star Trek" now hosts a video series aimed at explaining tech topics to the AARP crowd. First up: Google Glass.
"Star Trek" alum George Takei is known for his meme savvy, but he also takes time to offer hilariously unhelpful reviews of Amazon products.
The documentary takes an in-depth look at George Takei's personal tale and explores what led him to become the geek icon he is today.
The woman behind a bumper sticker that's suddenly becoming popular is stunned at what's happened.
You watch George Takei on "Star Trek." You follow him on Facebook. Now, smell like him, too.
Yep, that's a light bulb -- and it's surprisingly well-rounded.
Mike Geller allows a stranger to try on his Google Glass in New York City. What happens next makes for difficult viewing. But is it for real?
Sony's compact Bluetooth speaker offers strong sound for its size and costs much less than the Bose.
The BlackBerry Passport is a decidedly different smartphone, aimed at offering a comfortable, spacious way to hammer out emails all day.