Director Roel Rein tells CNET how his low-budget action background made him the man to realise Marvel‘s latest TV show.
The case in India isn‘t tied to the cyberbreach that hit HBO last month and continues to plague the network.
Are these the droids Star Wars fans are looking for, or is "Good Morning America" just teasing millions of movie buffs?
Aliens haven‘t landed on a Rhode Island beach, but pretty much all other guesses are on the table for a strange object found embedded in the sand.
No additional pylons required.
Mecum Auctions will list a number of rare Ferraris during the weeklong celebration of all things automotive. Here are some of our favorites.
Commentary: A German pastor believes you should share your prayers in the moment. So he holds special Twitter services.
Both Google and GoDaddy say the white supremacist site violates their terms of service.
Video cameras? Pfft. Toyota‘s solution is simpler and less expensive.
It‘s all in the name of touting its solar energy offerings.
Forget about dragons and fiery death, it was a quiet revelation shared over scrolls that lit up the "Thrones" fandom online.
NASA astronaut Jack Fischer shows what happens when you blow air into a bottle full of red liquid. Spoiler alert: it‘s messy.
Rumors of the phone also point to a dual-SIM option in Europe.
We talk about more HBO shows leaking online, Android Wear‘s second act and tech companies getting dragged into the Charlottesville controversy.
You‘ll need a special invite to catch one, though.
Two mighty franchises meet as Brienne and Arya test their fighting skills with Star Wars lightsabers instead of swords.
HomePod manufacturer Inventec Appliances will only ship a limited number of speakers this year, according to a report.
CNET‘s favorite streaming device is now an even better value.
The big-name producer responsible for shows like "Scandal" and "Grey‘s Anatomy" signed a multi-year deal with the streaming giant.
You can thank the automaker‘s plan to go fully electric for that.
The grille is unfortunate, but the rest of it is pretty slick.
Google adds more than 20 languages to its dictation software, as well as the ability to search for emojis via voice.
Nearly 40 mpg from a crossover. We‘re very OK with that.
A new Pokemon filter on Snapchat lets you transform into a Pikachu.