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New map tracks the boiling hot rock feeding Earth's volcanoes

Plumes of scalding rock in the Earth's mantle are found to come from two gigantic blobs of hot rock deep inside our planet, thanks to an innovative simulation technique.

By September 11, 2015


Boiling water in 90 seconds? Yes!

Fast, safe and easy to clean. Find out how induction stovetops work and why you might want one.

By June 11, 2015


What to watch after you've finished 'The Man in the High Castle'

Which compelling films and TV shows should you try next if you liked Amazon's powerful story of Nazis in an alternate America?

By November 24, 2015


Ball so hard with these 8 fancy ovens

These ranges have hefty price tags, but these appliances would make worthwhile additions to your kitchen.

By October 31, 2015


Smart Bluetooth menstrual cup tracks your period

The Looncup connects to a smartphone app that helps you keep track of your cycle, monitors changes and even lets you know when it needs to be emptied.

By October 15, 2015


They don't need no stinkin' salads! A look at what Stonehenge builders ate

Who's hungry? A dig at the site believed to be the residence of those who built Stonehenge reveals what was on the menu for the construction crew.

By October 13, 2015


Ad blockers get ad-group exec's blood boiling (Q&A)

The Interactive Advertising Bureau doesn't like how tens of millions of people use ad-blocking software. IAB's general counsel has a counterattack: block the blockers.

By April 4, 2014


Unboiled eggs and mammal bladders: The Ig Nobel Prize goes to...

This year's winners include an experiment that unboiled an egg, a study that tested how long it takes mammals to empty their bladders and other strange breakthroughs that sound like bar bets.

By September 19, 2015


These gadgets let you tell your smart home what to do

Voice control looks to be the next big thing in the connected home -- here are the devices that want to make it a reality.

By August 19, 2015


Frozen iPad Mini, boiled Samsung Active, another CES live torture test!

Brian Tong and Sharon Vaknin and TechRepublic's Bill Detwiler perform a series of torture tests live on and near the CNET stage, from freezing an iPad Mini in a block of ice to running over an Acer Chromebook with a bus. Plus, Jeff Bakalar visits the High Roller, the largest observation wheel in the world, to see if the iPhone 5S can withstand crushing force inside its drivetrain.

By January 7, 2014