It was Apple's big week, but Microsoft tried to slip some big news under the radar. Here's everything you need to know about the world of tech this week.
A long time ago, in a film studio far, far away, a ragtag alliance of unknown extras donned alien masks to shoot a low-budget sci-fi movie. New documentary "Elstree 1976" tells their stories -- CNET met its director, Jon Spira.
In a Reddit Ask Me Anything session, the physicist expresses more concern about economic inequality than about artificial intelligence.
After hitting 5 million downloads, the soccer-with-cars game is being eyed for movies, TV shows, and more.
Ashley and Khail explain why you only need your imagination to have fun with Disney's newest toy, watch a robot adapt in order to keep moving, and discuss one man's hope to reduce plastics in our oceans by 50 percent in 10 years. #TDPlaytime
Commentary: One "Star Wars" toy shaped CNET's Bonnie Burton as a geek. As "Force Friday" passes, she fondly recalls stumbling upon a discarded action figure that changed her life forever.
George R.R. Martin, the mastermind behind the "A Song of Ice and Fire" books that fuel "Game of Thrones," is known for gruesomely killing off characters. In "Sharknado 3," it was his turn to suffer.
Razor have added the Crazy Cart XL to their arsenal of drift mad karts. XCAR took the full range of craziness to Toys R Us after dark to have some fun.
The newest batch Hot Toys available from Sideshow bring us lifelike versions of Marty McFly, Rocket and Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America from Avengers: Age of Ultron and a version of Batman directly based on the game Arkham City.
Demand for the video game company's real-world figurines that interact with video games, called Amiibo, still far outstrips supply.