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The abandoned city of Pripyat in northern Ukraine is shrouded in layers of radioactive dust and remains dangerous today. However, you can visit in virtual reality.
It's the home stretch before the movie opens. Here's how to steer clear of everyone and everything that wants to ruin it for you.
Great Britain's most madcap inventor jumps into his infamous work shed to design and build a bike that can fly. Well, sort of.
The "MythBusters" co-host shows off his favorite projects and chats with the kids behind them at the White House Science Fair.
Pay what you want for books that teach you all about Arduino, Python, Bitcoin and more while raising money for No Starch Press and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
An epic panorama from the Curiosity rover puts a good-size chunk of Mars all up in your face.
Even Darth Vader would be impressed with this Lego fan who built an Imperial Star Destroyer almost 5 feet long. But it's the interior levels that really make this the ultimate Star Wars toy.
Nicholas Hoult and James McAvoy will also voice bunnies in the animated adaptation of the classic rabbit-based children's story.
Technically Incorrect: The raunchy HBO series is so popular that Pornhub says it affects online porn enthusiasm.
Prankster artist Maurizio Cattelan redefines lavatory luxury with a solid-gold toilet you can actually use.
The Mars rush is on for SpaceX and its cargo-carrying Dragon spacecraft. It hopes to touch down on the Red Planet within just a few years.
The "Doctor Who" and "Jessica Jones" actor also reveals his favourite comic characters in a visit to Marvel HQ.
Technically Incorrect: The iconic director's take on the story of the most famous former employee of the NSA suggests a clear line between heroes and villains.