Technically Incorrect: Two new iPhone 6S ads emerge, as Apple piles on with the star power.
Not only are these tiny holograms touchable and interactive, the pulsing lasers used to create the effect are safe for fleshy fingers to tap. Fellow hand models, rejoice!
Jeff discusses Amazon's new update to its Prime Air delivery drone prototype, plus the official price tag on Nokia's Ozo VR camera, and a hologram that reacts to human touch.
CNET's Luke Lancaster sits down with Peter Capaldi to talk about the actor's role in Lego Dimensions, the 50-year legacy of "Doctor Who" and a certain punk album.
CNET's Luke Lancaster sits down with Peter Capaldi to talk "Doctor Who," Lego Dimensions and the Doctor's role as a cultural icon.
Take in the first and final scenes for 35 major "Game of Thrones" characters in this 2-minute-long fan film. Plus, some wise words from Littlefinger. Caution: spoilers await.
This week's special rerun episode takes us back to May of 2014 when Jeff welcomed Marc Maron back to the show for the second time.
Technically Incorrect: The Republican candidate insists he saw Muslims in New Jersey celebrating 9/11. It's just that technology wasn't then what it is now.
Good VR doesn't come cheap, as evidenced by Nokia's Ozo 360-degree video camera. Meanwhile, Swatch's next smartwatch has mobile payments, and Blocks lets you build your own smartwatch.
Those with a geeky sweet tooth can now order Star Wars ice cream from New York-based Ample Hills Creamery. Will you go with the dark side or the light side?
Instagram-addicted parents are taking their love of moody photo filters and attaching them to their unsuspecting children.
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