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Embarrassed by her sloppy handwriting in the age of keyboards, CNET contributor Gael Fashingbauer Cooper turns to the experts. Can her penmanship be saved?
Strewth! Australia will update its latitude and longitude to make sure self-driving cars, drones and tractors know where they're going.
The app-enabled interactive art exhibits play with the idea of nature in digital spaces, from kaleidoscopic butterflies to exploding koi.
Want to enhance your home audio setup? Do it with this week's prize, a compact, feature-rich sound stand that goes under your TV, rather than in front of it.
Jason Paige reclaims his spot in history as the voice of Pokemon.
One political domain squatter isn't just your average muggle looking to cash in, though he'd be happy to do that, too.
Drinking on the job is usually frowned upon, but one distinguished museum is making suds an essential part of a new position.
A flowchart walks you through some scintillating possibilities for Starfleet's exercise in failure. Will your fate be decided by Klingons or tribbles?
Plan to pour one out for your homies? Remember this cool liquid experiment for your next summer vacation.
Parents who can't resist the Pokemon Go craze are naming their bundles of joy after Pokemon creatures, according to BabyCenter.
Watching movies on VHS may be a thing of the past, but artist Steelberg has given films like "Rogue One," "The Revenant" and "Pacific Rim" retro-looking VHS cover art to remind us of our VCR past.
The fearless Dr. Seuss character announces his candidacy, with help from Thing 1 and Thing 2.
Podcast: DC was everywhere last weekend in SoCal, and that was its biggest problem.