"Reservoir Dogs," "Seven," "The Exorcist," and other disturbing movies get a kid-friendly restyling thanks to artist Todd Spence, who wants to swap screams with smiles.
ISS Commander Chris Hadfield continues his entertaining video series by giving fans a glimpse of his workout routine in space.
It's been way too long, but CNET's own Molly Wood is back for a special cross-coastal episode of The 404!
It's the iPhone 4, and you've gotta sign up for two-year plans for both phones. But "buy one, get one free" usually manages to get the thrift-shopping juices flowing.
A German outdoors retailer sells canned cheeseburgers for extra-rugged adventurers.
Stanford students create a lightsaber-swinging robotic arm for a course in experimental robotics. A Microsoft Kinect tracks the opponent's lightsaber to help bring the Star Wars experience to life.
In a test by Piper Jaffray on a busy Minneapolis street, Siri's voice tech managed to perform searches correctly 62 percent of the time. That compares with 86 percent for typed Google searches.
Sure, blood-drenched Halloween zombies can be spooky. But not as scary as some of the more frightening tech moments this year to date.
Real-time access with detailed usage analysis and tips are added to company's line of Conserve smart gadgets.
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