Proof that the Nike "Mag" shoes from the classic 1989 flick are finally real comes via Twitter on the day that Marty McFly arrived in 2015.
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"Gossip Girl" creator Josh Schwartz is bolting together a TV dramedy based on a book about ghosts in a Swedish-style furniture store. Here's hoping it's easier to follow than those instructions.
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The laughing lunatic will join the collection of villains already introduced on the show. Will his origin story involve a meteorite and immortality?
Toyota brings Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd together again to discuss the tech from "Back to the Future" and how Toyota's working on cars like the Mirai, which runs on hydrogen.
In a CNET exclusive, we bring you a new mashup that'll make you think the Dark Knight Force is steel in the Jedi from Krypton. Or something like that.
Microsoft Research teams up with University of Washington to develop a camera that can capture the veins in your hand and other things not visible to the naked eye.
Great Scott! Marty and Doc arrive in the future in front of a live studio audience on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," where they're surprised to learn we haven't made as much progress they'd imagined.
A tweet from a Nike PR director confirms the existence of self-lacing Mag shoes as seen in "Back to the Future Part II."