Technically Incorrect: A Maine man had seven people in his car. He still allegedly needed to pose with them for a photo.
It's been well established that the Internet has an overactive imagination, but the latest "sighting" in images from the Curiosity rover is a little much for CNET's Eric Mack.
Brian Cooley shares how the design in Ford's F-150 is changing the way pickup trucks are crash-tested.
Technically Incorrect: As the Queen Juliana Bridge in Holland is being restored, two of the project's cranes mysteriously collapse.
The National Transportation Safety Board releases its final report on the October 31 crash that killed one of two pilots on the test flight over the Mojave Desert.
With the official launch of Windows 10 imminent, Microsoft is still squashing bugs to make sure the new OS is as solid and stable as possible.
An update to the prerelease version of the software causes crashes in certain situations as Microsoft works hard to meet its July 29 launch deadline.
Kyocera's latest Android is dustproof, waterproof and built to take a beating.
The Millennium Falcon in New York? An Imperial TIE Fighter in London? That's the world imagined in this captivating digital-art series by French designer Nicolas Amiard.
Technically Incorrect: An Ohio man is accused of getting into a crashed car and using his phone only to film the injured (one of whom died). He then posted the video on Facebook.