Happy Friday! Here you'll find a recap of some of the best moments of the week in video format.
Apple finally sent out invites to their October 22nd event in San Francisco and speculation on what will be announced is mounting. Brian Tong breaks down everything you need to know beforehand, including what we expect to see and more in this week's Apple Byte.
For those of you who crave a challenging home project, CNET's How-To expert, Dan Graziano walks you through the entire process of building your own custom computer. But that's not all DIYers! Donald Bell also shows off a clever way to spice up your Halloween decorations by setting up an interactive talking skull.
Windows 8.1 and Nike's slick new Fuelband SE also arrived this week. Are either worth your time or money? We offer up our opinions on both in our latest First Looks.
All of these videos and more are inside this week's round-up. So, let's get started!
1. First Look: Windows 8.1: should you upgrade?
Welcome tweaks and new features in this free OS update, but not a game-changer.
2. Apple Byte: What to expect at Apple's October 22nd event
We'll break down everything we expect to see from Apple next week including new iPads, MacBook Pros, Mac Pros and OS X Mavericks.
3. How to: Build your own desktop computer
Ever consider building your own computer? CNET's Dan Graziano walks you through the process and tells you everything you need to know. You'll also want to check out his full, three-part blog posts before you dive in:, and .
4. Googlicious: Is the Google watch coming soon?
A new rumor and details point to the "Nexus" watch potentially coming this year. The HTC One Max is officially here and our Hot List for the top Android phones.
5. First Look: Nike unleashes new Fuelband SE
Meet the $149 Nike+ Fuelband SE, the second edition of the popular Fuelband fitness accessory which is more water resistant and tracks sleep.
6. How to: Set up an animated talking skull
Spice up your Halloween decorations with scary props and sound effects. CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to connect and operate an interactive talking skull.
7. CNET Top 5: Most-anticipated 4K TVs
The 4K revolution is coming, but which of the new Ultra High Definition TVs due out this fall are we looking forward to the most? Donald Bell counts down the five most-anticipated 4K flat screens.
8. Rumor Has It: iPad 5 wants you to touch-a-touch-a-touch-it
Google might be next on the smartwatch canoe, Amazon phone rumors crop up again, and Touch ID might be heading to an iPad near you.
9. XCAR: Ford GT40, Ford GT70 and Ford GT: Fifty years of a legendary name
We all know about the Ford GT40 -- it's a legend in its own lifetime -- but why did it come to be? And what about its successors, the GT70 and GT? We took a look at the cars that ensured Ford was up there with the very best.
10. The race to bring AI and robotics to consumers
Independent developer Anki made a splash at this year's WWDC when Apple introduced Anki Drive, an iOS car racing app centered on artificial intelligence and robotics. The San Francisco-based company is now set to release its first product, smart toy racing cars that are really mini-robots controlled by the app. CNET's Daniel Terdiman took them for a spin.