Beloved Disney princesses look like ravishing raptors in the hands of artist Laura Cooper. CNET chats with the artist about her inspiration to make Disney damsels even more dangerous.
This week on Crave, a YouTube laser enthusiast shows off a laser shotgun with similarities to the Death Star. Plus, we check out a real-life Grand Theft Auto, and NASA makes a music video. That's right. A music video.
This laser shotgun works a lot like the Death Star, concentrating powerful laser beams through a single focal point. Trust us, you wouldn't want to be on the receiving end of this thing.
In projectors designed for both the cinema and at home, lasers are starting to replace traditional lamps as the light source of choice. This is potentially awesome. Here's why.
Conventional wisdom holds that elderly drivers are more dangerous. But Brian Cooley tells you why that may not be the case.
Tim Berners-Lee thinks scrubbing false information off the Web is fine, but the truth should be preserved for reasons of free speech and history. Also: the robots are already here.
In a hilarious appearance on John Oliver's HBO show, the famous physicist muses that robots could "outsmart us."
Technically Incorrect: A Canadian teen leaves his phone in a cab. He tracks it down to three men in a car. They allegedly refused to give him the phone back. He is then shot dead.
The Future of Life Institute, which aims to protect humanity from the possible negative effects of artificial intelligence, awards the cash to 37 research teams.
Today we'll find out which celebrity search is most likely to net you malware. We'll also take a look at the new Big Lebowski pinball machine and