The director offers a peek at the X-wing fighter from the set of "Star Wars Episode VII" to promote the Force for Change campaign that raises money for UNICEF.
We can't decide what we're more excited about today: the Episode VII X-wing J.J. Abrams unveiled, or the Rickrolling remote. Just kidding. We're way more excited about the X-wing. Even Rick Astley is more excited about the new X-wing (probably).
We're geeking out today over a new way to capture motion, a funny way to Rickroll people, and the Episode VII X-wing fighter reveal. Also, a projection wearable, and your user feedback. Will the Rickroll ever die?
The Force is strong with this one. An elaborate X-wing fighter bunk bed has its own R2-D2, light-up control panels, and flat-screen TV.
Even a Jedi needs to sit back and watch some mindless television from time to time. This coffee table is the perfect place for Luke Skywalker to rest his feet.
That's no moon... And this is no X-Wing Fighter. It's the remote control RCX4 Star Stryker mini-helicopter
The RCX4 Star Stryker is a Star Wars X-Wing Fighter-inspired radio-controlled helicopter found at CES 2010.
The new Lego Star Wars game gets its parody on with a funny take on the very first "Force Awakens" movie trailer.
Eric and Donald argue over the best way to spend $500, the best ball-based game machine to alienate you from your loved ones, and the cheapest X-Wing fighter ever made.
Self-service checkout is for suckers. The future of grocery shopping is a robotic clerk/bagger developed by Willow Garage. Eric and Donald also argue over the best way to spend $500, the best ball-based game machine to alienate you from your loved ones, and the cheapest X-Wing fighter ever made.