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At a loss when it comes to Marvel's Merc with a Mouth? Let's jump in at the shallow end and wade through the Deadpool. (That's funny because his name is Wade.)
Call Wayne Industries! A stretchy new polymer can pack a punch, with a shoelace-size piece able to lift the weight of a liter of soda, its creators say.
A collection of creepy, crawling and downright frightening robots will make you think twice about welcoming our future overlords.
Cockroaches may have a bad rap, but they inspired researchers to build a clever robot that can jam its body into cramped spaces.
The artist who digitally crashed Star Wars ships into world capitals is back, this time to virtually ink some of the most famous paintings in history.
Feel the hairs on the back of your neck stand up as you watch a dramatic video of lightning strikes seen from the International Space Station.
She's one of Japan's biggest singers, entirely computer generated and becoming a major celebrity all across the globe.
A talented machine lays claim to a new world record for solving a scrambled Rubik's Cube, and it's a wonder to behold.
The world's first opalised pearls have been found in the Australian desert, dating back 65 million years, when it was covered by an inland sea.
Calling all crytozoologists. We have a fresh Yeti video showing a bizarre ape-like beast at a ski resort, and it's about as amusing (and scary) as you'd expect.
A mysterious object is believed to have fallen from the sky in India over the weekend, blasting out windows and causing an explosion that left one dead.
Commentary: The Internet is in a tizzy over a Greek carving from 100 B.C. that resembles an open laptop, and CNET writer Amanda Kooser wants to believe.