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Commentary: SpaceX has advanced a vision of a city built on Mars as soon as the 2060s, but a galaxy of technical, ethical, legal and other questions need to be answered first.
Apple will be the largest tenant in the redeveloped Battersea Power Station by the banks of the river Thames.
An auto repair shop in Poland does just fine running some of its operations on a C64C from the '80s, thank you very much.
HBO's remake of the 1973 sci-fi/Western mashup sees emotional robots in an existential shootout with the darkest of human desires.
SpaceX wants to see a million Earthlings living on Mars this century, but before anyone signs up we're going to tweet about it.
It's September 28 and #NationalDrinkBeerDay is trending on Twitter. Raise a cold one to the art of brewing with these beers based on brains, Star Trek references and belly-button lint.
Get out your wand. The new "Fantastic Beasts" trailer dives deeper into the Harry Potter spin-off with more monsters, more magic and fresh plot details.
One player of the action-adventure survival video game reports feeling misled "after seeing just how vastly different the trailers for No Man's Sky were from the actual released game."
The upcoming BBC series about teens attending Clara Oswald's Coal Hill School promises to be full of mystery and adventure.
In the short film "Psychogenic Fugue," actor Malkovich manages to make Lynch's characters even weirder than they already are.
The SpaceX founder wants to build a Martian metropolis in our lifetime. Is the plan historic or just hubris? We discuss.
BlackBerry will rely on partners to build any future phones while it concentrates on software. Meanwhile, some Samsung top-loading wash machines have a big flaw.