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The SpaceX CEO says in case of a doomsday event, we need to be prepared to go to Mars. Why Mars? It's better than the "hot acid bath" of Venus, he says.
A haul of coins from halfway across the world turned up on an archaeological site in Japan. Exactly how they got there is a fascinating mystery.
The SpaceX founder has an audacious plan to build the first Martian metropolis, and he just might have the rockets to pull it off.
A YouTube channel dedicated to unusual science experiments takes a bathroom break with a special toilet system and a whole lot of liquid mercury.
The SpaceX CEO has announced his plan to make humans a multi-planetary species. Who will be the first to volunteer among us? The crew discusses our Martian future. Join us at 3 p.m. PT today.
The candidate says any apparent breathing issues during Monday night's debate may have been caused by his microphone.
Forget nacho cheese and cool ranch. You need some garlic-flavored Doritos to power your vampire-fighting escapades.
Get familiar with the letters "PPAP" -- you'll probably see them a lot in the weeks ahead.
Just so long as they're riding AeroVelo's weird-looking, record-breaking Eta bike.
Journalist Lester Holt let the presidential candidates have their say in Monday's debate, and social media had its say about Holt's moderation as well.
The solar system's smallest planet is still tectonically active.
Need a tissue? Monday's presidential-candidate slugfest brought out the social-media satire.
Is Promobot a media maven? Or an autonomous agitator? A CNET video investigation.
We wrap up the biggest tech stories including Roku's group of brand-new streaming devices and Google's incoming hybrid tablet. Meanwhile, Disney joins the list of potential Twitter buyers.