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Super-authentic 'Star Trek' fan series warps into Kickstarter

They've got the costumes, the hairdos, the props, and even the lighting right. All the "Star Trek Continues" Enterprise crew needs is $100,000.

By Oct. 10, 2013

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Wood guitar controller aims for more authentic rocking

Peak Products is out with Starpex, which it says is the first-ever full-size, wood PlayStation 2/PlayStation 3 guitar controller.

By Jul. 16, 2008

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'Star Trek' transporter set is cosplay for bathrooms

Scrub down with a "Star Trek" transporter-themed shower curtain and bath mat.

By Oct. 22, 2013

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Christopher Lloyd arrives at CES in iconic time machine

In character as Doctor Emmett Brown from "Back to the Future," actor Christopher Lloyd arrived at CES 2014 in his iconic time-traveling vehicle from the film.

By Jan. 7, 2014

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Google Glass gearing up for early sale

You'll be able to get Google Glass on your face a lot sooner than expected, Google confirms.

By Apr. 10, 2014

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AOL slices into Big Apple with another original show

Dubbed “Park Bench,” the new series will follow actor Steve Buscemi as he soaks up the sites and citizens of New York City.

By Apr. 2, 2014

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Open Enigma Project: Build your own encryption machine

S&T Geotronics wants to give collectors and cryptographers a chance to re-create a piece of encryption history with a special kit for building an open-source Enigma machine.

By Mar. 31, 2014

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'Star Trek' captain's chair on eBay hosted tons of celebrity buns

Everyone from Walter Koenig to Weird Al Yankovic has sat in a replica "Star Trek: The Next Generation" captain's chair now up for auction.

By Mar. 3, 2014

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Relax in this $30,000 'Star Trek' Enterprise basement

Canadian "Star Trek" fan Line Rainville goes all-out in renovating her basement into a starship suite. She's even got a transporter and food replicators.

By Dec. 27, 2013

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Companies to pay $350,000 fine over fake online reviews

A collection of 19 companies promise to stop the practice and agree to pay a total fine of $350,000, reports The New York Times.

By Sep. 23, 2013