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Like a greatest hits tour, Matt Damon's return to the Bourne series slickly repackages its own history (spoiler-free review).
Case Western Reserve University scientists develop a "biohybrid" robot that can endure harsh underwater conditions better than all-machine bots.
It's blobby. It's bright purple. It lives under the water. But what is it? Scientists aren't exactly sure just yet.
One of New York's most famous buildings is caught on video absorbing a spectacular lightning strike.
The CraveCast crew has more Comic-Con geekery to grok than can fit in a single show, but we're going to try anyway. Join us at noon PT today.
Set phasers to stunning: 50 artists create a range of art you're going to want in your starship quarters.
Will you take the physical challenge? Marc Summers, host of the classic Nickelodeon game show, returned to celebrate its 30th anniversary at San Diego Comic-Con 2016.
Those pesky cinema glasses may one day be a thing of the past for 3D film viewing.
"Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat."
The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft travelling to asteroid Bennu will be equipped with a variety of instruments to provide a full map of the surface.
The Wonder Woman trailer has landed without revealing too much of the plot, but we're absolutely certain none of these Golden Age moments will be included.
The fictional game invented by JK Rowling has turned into a global competition between 21 teams, and this year Australia has taken home the gold.