Greetings CNET viewers! We've got another great lineup for you this week.
Halloween is just around the corner, and we suggest that this year you ditch the horror flicks, and instead get your scare on by playing one of the spooktacular video games listed in this week's Top 5 countdown. And ever wanted to go ghost hunting? Turns out, all you may need are a few gadgets from your local electronics store. CNET'S Sumi Das tags along with a professional ghost hunter and checks out the tech she uses to investigate the reportedly haunted Brookdale Lodge.
And don't think we forgot about this week's big reveals. Apple Byte is breaking down everything you need to know about this week's Apple event, including new iPads, Macs and OS X Maverick. Plus: We go in-depth with the Microsoft Surface Pro 2, which went on sale earlier this week, and get the skinny Nokia's Lumia 1520, the first phone to take raw photos.
1. Apple Byte: Introducing the iPad Air. Seriously, that's what they're calling it.
We'll recap everything from Apple's iPad, new Macs, and OS X Mavericks announcements. We can't avoid throwing out Bad Apples, and our Mophie juice pack winners!
2. Top 5: Spookiest video games
It's easy to make a violent video game, but it takes craft to make a game truly scary. CNET's Donald Bell counts down the five spookiest games of the past year.
3. Average tech to find the supernatural
If you're in the mood to go ghost hunting this Halloween, stop by your local electronics store first. While the spirits may be supernatural, the devices used to try to detect them can be low tech. CNET'S Sumi Das went along with a professional ghost hunter as she used an array of gadgets in the reportedly haunted Brookdale Lodge.
To learn more about ghost-hunting tech and the paranormal, we also recommend you check out these videos from the series:
This slate sequel has better battery and performance, but the thick body feels more like Surface Pro 1.5.
With new apps brought over from iOS devices and several streamlined features across all the core apps, this free upgrade is a no-brainer.
6. XCAR: Renault Twizy electric quadricycle
Renault's all-electric Twizy is a fun and economical form of transport.
7. Googlicious: New details on the Nexus 5
Google leaks the price point of the Nexus 5 on its own site, Google has its own event on October 24, and HTC wants to make "wearables."
8. Rumor Has It: Microsoft wants space on your face
Microsoft is getting into the "four eyes" game, LG has some Chrome plans, and I round up everything we got (and didn't get) in the new iPads.
9. Nokia Lumia 2520: Nokia's Windows RT Surface rival
The Nokia Lumia 2520 has a 10.1-inch, full HD display, quad-core chip, and the latest Windows RT software to challenge Microsoft's Surface.
10. Crave: Steve Jobs action fig now with Apple 1 accessory
Take a look at a hyper-realistic Steve Jobs action figure complete with a mini Apple 1, and try on some shades with the Glasses.com iPad app.