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A trip to the UK takes CNET writer Amanda Kooser through a world of British tech quirks, full of baffling toilet buttons and an alphabet soup of cellular networks.
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.
The European Space Agency's new Earth-gazing satellite's first images from space make our planet look like a technicolor wonderland.
The ultimate "Jurassic World" collectible isn't sold in toy stores. You can buy a real velociraptor claw fossil from a specialty dealer.
When he's not hunting or protecting Sarah Connor, how does the Terminator relax? By going on vacation to Hawaii on Skynet Airlines, of course.
A "Star Wars" fan turns a boring vent cover on his camper into the droid he's looking for. CNET chats with the DIYer about his crafty efforts to turn R2-D2 into a camping co-pilot.
While we impatiently wait to see if Benedict Cumberbatch grows a goatee and wears a cape in the upcoming "Doctor Strange" movie trailer, a fan gives us a cosmic look at what could be.
Watch Wil Wheaton guide Hank Green, Alison Haislip, Laura Bailey and Yuri Lowenthal through the dangerous world of Valkana in the new RPG web series "Titansgrave."
Dorothy and her pals get the Marvel superhero treatment in the impressive fan-made video "Avengers of Oz: Age of Tin Man." Plus, Quicksilver as a Winged Monkey is pretty amazing.
Listen to the Imperial March from "Star Wars" the way it was meant to be heard -- through a Stormtrooper helmet Bluetooth speaker.