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The Earth looks like a strange sci-fi planet when NASA astronaut Scott Kelly looks down and sees the Nile cutting across the faraway landscape.
A new video from mad inventor Colin Furze shows his latest creation, a bed that ejects snoozers when it's time to wake up, in action. One thing's for sure. This guy will never oversleep again.
An album full of dogs, weather and human noises meant for the listening enjoyment of extraterrestrials is now available in its entirely for online streaming.
Microsoft brought back Clippy to help plug the new Windows 10 operating system on "The Tonight Show," but everyone's favorite mascot is none-too-pleased to learn that Jimmy Fallon uses a Mac.
Recreate your favorite sleuthing moments from "Sherlock" with Funko's Vinyl Pop figures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson, as well as their friends and enemies.
Put your spare change into the maddeningly protective embrace of a Great Old One.
Cheesecake with blackcurrant pearls? Rum with coke pearls? Chicken with Tabasco pearls. This super-fun kitchen device will make it possible.
Clicking around the European Space Agency's recently expanded website feels like the next best thing to being an astronaut.
The geological features on dwarf planet Ceres are now named after agricultural gods and goddesses, while we're still waiting to hear about the sci-fi names chosen for features of Pluto's moon.
Looking for a new game to play on your mobile device? Here's our pick of the best released in July 2015.
Retro "Star Trek" action figures get a new twist with a glittering classic transporter effect that makes it look like their legs are dissolving.
Astronomers have spied an aurora beyond our solar system for the first time, lighting up the pole of a failed star that's cool in multiple ways.
Need some greasy Polaroids with your next bucket of fried chicken? KFC invents the Memories Bucket, which lets people print pictures right from the bucket with Bluetooth.