CNET Special Features (HD)

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Watch CNET's Special Features for an inside look at how we use the latest gadgets and technology along with discussion about the current state of tech and culture.

Episodes

I built a Lego mosaic of my face and you can too  

Lego's mosaic maker turns a picture of your face into a sculpture that will make your friends jealous.

Rock climbing gets a tech twist with augmented reality  

Using a projector and a laptop, rock climbing gets transformed into a video game

'The Lego Batman Movie' Batmobile and Scuttler sets ooze eccentricity  

Lego Batman's two biggest vehicles are tricky to build and have lots of fiddly stickers. But they're packed with minifigures, super playable and completely crazy.

A Concorde gets a new home  

Concorde Alpha Foxtrot was the last of her kind to fly. She will now be on display at a new aviation museum at Bristol Filton Airport in southwest England.

Robots of fiction and fantasy come alive in London's Science Museum  

From uncanny valley to valley of the dolls: see 500 years of humanoid droids in action.

'The Lego Batman Movie': 5 things you need to know  

Jon and Rich hit the bricks to talk you through the new movie.

Bat Bot flying robot takes to the air  

Researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Caltech have developed a new flying robot that mimics the complex flight movements of a bat.

Pikachu go! Finally, a real Pokemon pokeball you can throw  

Summon your inner Ash Ketchum with Tomy's Throw 'n' Pop Pokeballs. Beat your opponent by winning the highest number with your miniature 'mon.

The deadliest jobs in America, ranked  

These jobs can be killers. Everything, from taxi driver, to garbage collector, we rank the 20 deadliest jobs in America.

See these Oscar-nominated movies online right now  

See these nominated movies on Amazon, iTunes, and/or Netflix well in advance of the 89th Academy Awards ceremony, which takes place on February 26.

Check out the best techy, geeky toys of 2017  

From radio controlled skateboards to augmented reality story books, these are the toys we found excited us the most at London's 2017 Toy Fair.

Introducing Jon Hamm, the hologram  

Ever dream of a world with two Jon Hamms? Hologram-tech company 8i made it a reality for a movie premiere party at Sundance.

Free movies you can watch on YouTube  

No copyright, no problem. Sit back and enjoy these 11 free classic films on YouTube.

Battle of the CES robot baristas  

Several companies at CES 2017 had large robotic arms that could make coffee and tea. While all the robots drew crowds, which one was the best?

A 'Split' second with M. Night Shyamalan  

Talking new thriller "Split" with director M. Night Shyamalan and star Anya Taylor-Joy.

What happens when CNET editors pretend to be Navy SEALS  

Equipped with military-grade night vision, we ran an obstacle course that History designed to promote its upcoming drama series "Six."

Hands-on reactions to playing Nintendo Switch  

Jeff Bakalar and Scott Stein just spent hours playing Nintendo Switch and have opinions on the hardware, software and what the future of the platform will look like.

The iPhone: 2007, meet 2017  

It was different, it was bold. How is it now? Ten years later, we dug up the original iPhone to give it another spin.

Check out this awesome animated history of the iPhone  

What better way to mark the anniversary of the original iPhone than an animated infographic? CNET opens its video vault for a clip from 2011.

Seeing the original iPhone for the first time  

Travel back to January 9, 2007, just after Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone onstage at Macworld and CNET's Declan McCullagh got a first glimpse of it under glass.

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