Technically Incorrect: Google-owned Boston Dynamics presents the latest stage in scaring you out of your wits. It's as if the "Blair Witch Project" and a hundred other horror movies had come to life.
Is the Millennium Falcon alive? That's just one of the questions answered when I watched the original Star Wars films in the popular Machete Order.
Go out in a blaze of infamy with these slick moves.
Samsung's one-two, bad-news punch this week could have a lasting impact on its TV business. Also, new hardware from Nintendo 3DS and from our future robot overlords. All that and more in your look back at the week in tech.
Boston Dynamics' humanoid Atlas robot has been programmed to perform the iconic 'Karate Kid' crane kick on a tower of cinder blocks.
Before resigning as CEO, the Apple co-founder told key employees that he didn't think Apple should get into the business because of its poor margins, according to a new book.
The Australian studio's upcoming console game is a cooperative puzzle that makes players communicate with each other.
Technically Incorrect: A half-marathon in Thailand turns out to be four miles longer than it should have been. It took gadgets to explain to runners why they were so tired.
Members of the sketch comedy group Loading Ready Run tell CNET about their strange journey for charity, driving from Phoenix to Las Vegas and back again (and again and again) in the game Desert Bus.
If you disable the User Account Control in Windows 10, all programs will have same security clearance as the account you're logged in with. However, disabling that feature is a terrible idea.