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Technically Incorrect: A Chinese theme park places riders in a coffin and sends them into a chamber filled with hot air machines, so that they can feel what the end might be like.
A cremation supplies company now claims to be selling 3D-printed memorial urns in the shape of your loved one -- or celebrity hero.
Technically Incorrect: She's Carly on a Harley, as far as Saturday Night Live in concerned.
Technically Incorrect: For Mother's Day (In the US) Google's doodler thought the day should be about animals as well as humans.
Technically Incorrect: A smattering of the self-driving cars on California roads have been involved in incidents in the last six months. None of them, say their manufacturers, were the fault of the cars.
Technically Incorrect: A test flight for the AeroMobil 3.0 flying car ends in disaster in Slovakia, though its pilot walks away with only minor injuries.
Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things in the world. A new service saves the voicemail greetings of those who've passed away so you can listen to them forever.
Sculptor Anna Sternik makes candles that look so uncannily like human faces that you may think twice about lighting the wick.
You can now 3D-print your own musical instruments, thanks to a collection posted on Makerbot's Thingiverse website.
A new company called Mesoloft will rocket your ashes to near space, where they will likely traverse the globe before becoming the seeds of raindrops and snowflakes.