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Not fully satisfied with his first Millennium Falcon drone casing, French maker Olivier C is back with a new version of Han and Chewie's ship. It could easily do the Kessel Run in under 12 Parsecs.
Commentary: Fans are upset about "Avengers" director Joss Whedon leaving Twitter. But is constant and immediate interaction with fans a gift or a curse? CNET's Bonnie Burton weighs in.
The island of Myst may soon come to life as a streaming series, hopefully with all of the original game's intrigue and beauty intact.
An Israeli company has developed an instant-baking "Genie" that can grant your culinary wishes in under a minute.
An ad agency teams up with a pet shelter in England to create a high-tech way to get a dog adopted.
The Gridboard skateboard rolling around on Indiegogo uses super-strong carbon fiber to make a futuristic-looking longboard.
Combining ultrasound and 3D-printing technologies leads to a wondrous moment for an expectant Brazilian mom.
The "Hobbit" star follows his "Sherlock" buddy Benedict Cumberbatch into the world of Marvel movies.
We all know the belly-shaking sound of lightning, but now scientists have visually captured its sound waves for the very first time.
A new technique for salvaging recordings from delicate antiques has allowed Thomas Edison's talking dolls to find their lost voices.
Homer lives to say "Doh" another day! Fox network announces 27th and 28th seasons of the award-winning animated comedy.
Brains are less stimulated by food at night, a Brigham Young University study shows. And that, ironically, is exactly what leads to those midnight food cravings.