The actor and former California governor revealed on Reddit that he had to gain body fat to play the title role in the 1982 fantasy film. Oh, and he explained his technique for biting a dead vulture.
Kaboom! Video bloggers team up to film an aluminum can exploding at 11,000 frames per second.
It was the "most meaningless election slogan" they could think of -- now the creators of "Veep" are laughing after Australia's highest elected official took their catchphrase for himself.
Does your clothing have strange rips and tears? This could be the solution.
Bridget Carey looks back on the gadgets and apps that met their demise this year. One product didn't even last a week before it was killed off.
Shoppers want Cyber Monday bargains on Sunday evening, says retail giant Walmart, so it's moving its online sales schedule ahead accordingly.
Two months ago, a front-page story examined how far Amazon was willing to push its employees. Now Amazon's PR chief is calling into question the Times' accuracy and bias.
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Ingeniously called "The New Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show," Netflix's reboot will be a cartoon series produced by DreamWorks Animation.
From CNET Magazine: The "MythBusters" co-host spent 14 seasons conducting some pretty crazy experiments and debunking myths. His proudest achievement, though, is influencing a generation of kids -- even if that was by accident.