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Tesla's souped-up electric car takes acceleration to the next level, eliciting priceless reactions from surprised passengers.
Keeping up with its recent tradition of Super Bowl ads that tug at your heartstrings, Budweiser's "Lost Dog" spot follows one lost puppy's long journey home.
NASA's Kepler mission helps locate a solar system stocked with Earth-sized planets that dates back 11.2 billion years.
"Marvel's Agent Carter" keeps up the comic book tradition of fun futuristic science, '40s-style. If you're Peggy Carter, you're going to need the following...
Stoic but dashing Agent Peggy Carter meets post-WWII America on the show that Crave's Kelsey Adams says is even better than expected. We rifle Peggy's briefcase for spy gadgets and a shot of history.
For as long as there have been conflicts, women have been assisting with espionage. Here are some real-life gadgets women have used.
Using the Nightpod camera stand aboard the International Space Station, an astronaut captures a series of dramatic lightning strikes as seen from above our clouds.
While the series has been available for digital purchase since 2011, members of the book-streaming service now can get their Potter fill at no additional charge.
You'll definitely look like a future-forward partier with these glowing green, red or blue earbud cords draped around you. But is the price worth it?
In an Empire state of mind? Wear this highly detailed Anovos "Star Wars" costume to relive all your favorite Battle of Hoth moments from "The Empire Strikes Back." No AT-AT required.
Could Star-Lord be Indy? Disney is rumored to be reviving the adventures of everyone's favorite whip-cracking archaeologist. But will Chris Pratt play the lead?
Imagine a blood-spattered post-apocalyptic Saturday morning cartoon with "Total Recall" baddie Michael Ironside in it. Yeah.