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Samsung S9C curved-OLED TV looks wheely good on London Eye (pictures)

For reasons unknown, Samsung installed its S9C curved-OLED TV in the biggest Ferris wheel in Europe. CNET braves the typical English weather to take a look.

16 Images By September 13, 2013


Turn your netbook into a robot with Oculus wheelie kit

If, like us, you dream of roaming the streets as a disembodied face on a screen, you'll be just as excited by the arrival of Oculus.

By January 19, 2012


'SNL' laughs at the 'Gravity' of the shutdown

In a poignantly amusing skit, all that's left at NASA are the janitors, and they cannot help those lost in space.

By October 13, 2013


Wheelie robot brings dinner on the double

Toshiba shows off a two-wheeled autonomous robot than can roll over ramps and balance a tray of food. Wheelie might make a decent waiter.

By March 12, 2010


Bike with no brakes no prob for mini robot

Masahiko Yamaguchi's mini robot can balance itself while riding a bike just by moving the handlebars. Expect wheelies soon.

By November 14, 2011


Cooler Racing!!!

In my third blog post on redneck driving and vehicles, I take a look at off-road cooler racing. Yee-haw!

By May 7, 2009


Auto Moto's all-weather three-wheeler packs a wallop

Upcoming vehicle appears zippy enough to convert the scooter covey to the three-wheelies crowd.

By January 5, 2009


Week in review: Microsoft gets its game on

Long-awaited Halo 3 makes big debut, Vonage loses patent appeal, and Washington looks at Google-DoubleClick and Net taxes.

By September 28, 2007


NY's 'Halo 3' launch was no riot, but it was close

For the final installment of its wildly popular Xbox 360 first-person shooter trilogy, Microsoft pulls all the stops. Video: Midnight launch in NY

By September 24, 2007


The News.Com best of Comdex awards

Like other publications, News.Com seeks to award those that excel in various areas of the high technology arena. Unfortunately, we only have souvenir foam footballs, cardboard boxes, and an autographed coolie cup from Larry Ellison to give away.

By November 20, 1998