Researchers from the University of Vermont data-mined over 1,700 works of fiction and found that they all followed one of six emotional arcs.
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Read the first installment of "Crowd Control: Heaven Makes a Killing," a novel written and edited by CNET readers around the globe.
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The popular HBO show about a tech startup in Silicon Valley has a nice surprise for fans.
The battle over unlocking an iPhone tied to a terrorist attack takes a turn for the baffling.
Scientists look at the limitations of walking up walls in the real world and find that a real-life Peter Parker would look more like a freakish Sasquatch than an agile superhero.
The new film from Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle doesn't let the facts get in the way of its unique take on the life and times of the Apple co-founder.
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