The young adult network is eyeing some new fantasy franchises, including the classic Robin Hood.
Unofficial TARDIS model uses simple AR to achieve cool special effect.
BBC One has posted a last minute teaser for its upcoming Doctor Who holiday special.
The director of the sci-fi thriller Oblivion explains each element of the full-length trailer.
There are many music fans out there who seem to prefer that old nostalgic vinyl sound to modern digital tracks.
Japan has long been a favorite destination for those interested in seeing or buying bizarre gadgets.
Valve has rolled out a public beta of Steam for the open-source Linux operating system.
Vybe gaming pad goes haptic for games and movies.
Funky game console wants to bring Android content to your TV using a touchscreen controller.
Are you the sort of geek diva who only eats specific color M&Ms, but are way too lazy to sort them by hand?
If you're a fan of alternative 90's music, you'll no doubt remember Nine Inch Nails (NiN) front man Trent Reznor.
A new zombie movie titled Decay was recently filmed by physics students at the Large Hadron Collider.
A well-known homebrew channel has been updated to work with Nintendo's recently launched Wii U console.
Gamers have drawn lines in the sand over platforms for years. It's always been PC gamers versus console gamers and even in the console market you have Xbox versus PS3 fans.
For years, some of the world's most popular rock 'n roll and heavy metal bands shunned digital music, allegedly over piracy concerns.
Sony has launched a new web-based digital store with very little fanfare.
Veteran Hollywood director Albert Hughes is perhaps best known for co-directing the Denzel Washington science fiction/post-apocalyptic flick Book of Eli.
A company known as Silicondust has announced what it claims to be the first DLNA Certified live TV digital media server on the market.
Like most systems today, Nintendo's Wii U is designed to do more than simply play games.
Looking for a new way to drown out the drone of your uber-boring math instructor and happen to have a TI graphing calculator handy? Well, you may want to check this out.