It was 40 years ago today that Woodstock stumbled into existence. I'm glad I missed it.
Sony has made one thing clear at this year's CES in Las Vegas: it wants to be the "undisputed leader in 3D", and to do this it has unveiled a suite of new Bravia TVs and other 3D services.
Dead stars can rake in big bucks, but Jackson's upcoming flick may break some records.
At next week's Vegas spectacle, the gadgets will be fascinating and the hype will deafening. Then it's all about who can deliver.
In the future, we will love the cockroaches, because they bring the Wi-Fi. Sadly, autonomous deathbots will make life unliveable, and that's assuming the Large Hadron Collider hasn't turned us all into strangelets.