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What's in a single second? An awful lot, depending on when and where you are in the universe. Crave's Eric Mack ponders the value of Tuesday's extra leap second.
French maker Olivier C has built a mean-looking TIE Fighter quadcopter that looks ready to take on the Rebellion in the Galactic Civil War.
The first official set photo from the new "Trek" movie appears on Twitter, giving fans a glimpse at what's to come for "Star Trek Beyond."
Director Paul Feig tweets a picture of an unlicensed nuclear accelerator that appears to have been purchased from old Radio Shack parts, but CNET's Danny Gallagher likes the homemade look.
Take a sneak peak at the possible future of flight on Mars with the Prandtl-m, a prototype aircraft scheduled for testing on Earth.
A survey on attachment to mobile devices shows a certain number of people admit to falling asleep with their smartphones in their hands.
Apple's voice assistant Siri doesn't like it when you ask her questions that are impossible to answer, and she's dishing out a healthy dose of snark to those who want her to divide zero by zero.
What's in a single second? An awful lot, depending on when and where you are in the universe. CNET's Eric Mack ponders the value of Tuesday's extra leap second.
The new phantasmic four will sport a utility look for the spook-tacular remake.
Scientists have found the fossil of an ancient worm called Hairy Collins' Monster, one of the first creatures to grow rows of spiky armor on its back. It's the King Koopa of lobopodians.
Lego announces a $150 million plan to seek a sustainable, environmentally friendly alternative to the oil-based plastics it has traditionally used.
A fascinating New York Times video explains why some species of millipedes glow in the dark. No, it's not to turn your nightmares into reality.
"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling answers tweet after tweet clarifying for anyone who's still confused that the upcoming "Harry Potter" play is not a prequel to the film series.