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The 2016 National Beard and Moustache Championships featured some of the most flamboyant facial hair you'll ever see. Marvel at some of the wildest looks here.
A camping trip turns into an unexpectedly celestial weekend of Milky Way-soaked stargazing in a place with very little light pollution.
Welcome to the darkness of Datil, New Mexico, a remote town bordered by a radio observatory and topped by a nighttime light show of spectacular stars.
Not down with Donald Trump, or happy about Hillary Clinton? Maybe you just want a giant meteor to crush us all.
Plumes spotted by NASA's Hubble telescope could make it much easier to sample Europa's supposed subsurface ocean, which may harbor the building blocks for life.
I won't lie, I'm not going to miss Chris Evans.
Jedi and "Guardians of the Galaxy" characters are among those spotlighting the "Improve Your Selfie" health campaign launched by Disney.
Snapchat gets a new name, Snap Inc., and will soon release camera-equipped glasses that shoot first-person video.
Bart, Homer, Lisa, Maggie, Mr. Burns and even Santa's Little Helper are reimagined as "Adventure Time" characters in the Season 28 premiere of "The Simpsons."
This year's awards celebrate goofy scientific studies involving itches and rocks with personalities. There's even a dig at the Volkswagen scandal.
Move over, Angry Birds. The juicy mobile-game app will soon be coming to a theater near you.
From the exotic to the elegant, these guys were a big hairy deal at the National Beard and Moustache
Is Promobot a media maven? Or an autonomous agitator? A CNET video investigation.
The social site announces camera-equipped glasses. Rumors fly about Google Home pricing and the company's October 4 event. Also, a possible Twitter sale.