The government is keeping a scatalogical secret in this spoof movie trailer from "Maya and Marty."
One man thinks the gas giant could be among the most likely places to find life beyond Earth. It sounds crazy, but many of his other predictions have come true.
There's a million ways to die in space for the new show coming in 2017.
Now that CNET is publishing the final product of our global experiment in crowdsourcing a full novel, we're seeking visual submissions -- everything from drawings to charts to Vines.
The project backed by BioWare co-founder Greg Zeschuk has reached its funding target after just a week.
This tale of memories transplanted into a psychopath's mind riffs on "Robocop" and "Face/Off", but lacks a sense of sci-fi wit.
Commentary: Forget robot overlords and dystopian futures. Palmer Luckey looks to the bright (and boring) side of what tech has in store.
The new show will adapt Richard Morgan's novels about a space soldier programmed into a new body to investigate a murder.
Star Trek, Star Wars, Batman, Superman, Captain America, Ghostbusters, Independence Day: This year is set for plenty of geeky treats on the big screen.
Ken Levine reveals a little more about his next project; offers his thoughts on System Shock 3.