Google has yet another way to celebrate the upcoming release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," but is it more irritating than entertaining?
Star Wars fandom's large contingent of Jar Jar Binks haters can cheer for a powerful blender as it takes on the alien's action figure.
The crew takes on the newest Netflix comic book hero, the best way to watch bad movies and all the noise that's been waking up the Force.
Take a closer look at the design and the special packing for the new HP Star Wars laptop.
People on the street who've never seen "Star Wars" believe Emperor Palpatine, Kylo Ren and Admiral Ackbar are actual people in the latest installment of "Lie Witness News" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Exclusive content will be available through the Star Wars app come December 2.
On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," director J.J. Abrams clues us in to the first word uttered in the new Star Wars movie, and it's both both simple and cryptic. Prepare to dissect and debate.
On Tuesday's CraveCast, we'll talk about new shows we're excited for, plus the most hyped franchise ever and crowdsourcing a multiverse.
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Too much Star Wars? Never! Google sneaks Star Wars characters into its apps and services. Meanwhile, Yahoo blocks ad blockers, and LG kills the Urbane 2 smartwatch just days after it went on sale.
Have a geektastic holiday with these paper snowflakes of BB-8, Finn, Kylo Ren, Poe, Rey and the First Order Stormtroopers by artist Anthony Herrera.
Dreaming of a Hoth-white Christmas? These "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" paper snowflakes by Anthony Herrera should impress even the grinchiest holiday snobs. We're looking at you, Darth Vader.
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