Lego is bringing Jawas' Sandcrawler from "Star Wars" to life, with 3,296 pieces and seven minifigures -- including Luke, C-3PO, R2-D2, and four Jawas. The set will go on sale in May: http://cnet.co/1fkRwrm
+Elevate Masses I was talking to Justin when I said learn how to type. I don't have any respect for people who come after me (aka you), so good day.
+Justin kohn I know nobody's perfect, but you can at least try! I didn't like the HTC One, but I am glad you do. I cannot even understand your last sentence because it is so badly typed. I already own a BlackBerry and am in the BBM community (like I've said before). You know better. .
+Jay Sanders I assume they mean for each particular model. Google isn't going to "kill" off Chromebooks. If you get 3 years of updates on a $200 machine, that's not bad. My phone is 2 years old and I don't get updates anymore. Now, for a Pixel...I'd like 5 years...
25 years ago, Tim Berners-Lee submitted a paper detailing his invention of an information management system to his boss. That invention was the World Wide Web. Our editor looks back at the Web's formative years: http://cnet.co/1lPpfRX
Al Gore played his role. "As far back as the 1970s Congressman Gore promoted the idea of high-speed telecommunications as an engine for both economic growth and the improvement of our educational system."
Meet the Foldscope - a microscope made from a schematic printed on a piece of A4 paper that runs at a cost of about 50 cents. The creators of the device hope that cheap access to microscopes will revolutionize medicine in the developing world, with special versions of the Foldscope already able to do things like filter for malaria. http://cnet.co/MZS670