"Zathura" trailer Video
Assume the role of Shepard once again as you try and save humanity from a dark fate in this sci-fi space drama.
The outer space horror franchise is back on preGame, a week before its release! Tune in to today's show where we check out an action packed scene from Dead Space 2!
Just about everyone who has a smartphone knows about Rovio's Angry Birds, Rovio released Angry Birds Space, a game that takes the same winning concept, but adds an entirely outer space environment.
Microsoft's Worldwide Telescope, a virtual map of outer space, is within months of its public debut. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi talks with the space exploration program's founder, Curtis Wong, and shares video of what these celestial tours will look like.
With Donald, Darren, and Benito at the helm, there's nothing stopping us from devoting a third of the show to outer space. After all, NASA has 19 billion dollars to burn, humanity has a new planet to play with, and space travelers now get their own special beer. Plan your space vacation now, because life on earth is getting creepy. Android apps are watching you, Groupon is launching a human breeding program, and the era of Minority Report "pre-crime" detection is nearly here. -Donald
Our weekly guide to all things geeky this week finds menace from outer space in 'The X-Files: I Want to Believe,' and from Aussie waters in 'Rogue.' Plus the return of 'Lost' and the launch of 'Mario Kart' for the Wii.
Sending e-mails or online shopping while orbiting the Earth in outer-space seems like the stuff of science fiction movies. But in this Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Rafe Needleman discuss how NASA is working to make these far-fetched ideas a reality.
In this week's show, Chris Stevens from CNET UK looks at rights for robots, reviews the history of beat-them-up video games, and shows you why the Motorola F3 should be cast into the depths of outer space.
This week on Crave, we're back with a look at all the Cravey stuff we spotted at CES 2013. Plus, Canadian astronaut Christopher Hadfield teaches us the safest way to clip our nails in outer space, and the Hal 9000 computer replica from Think Geek refuses to cooperate.