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New research might shed light on how we got here by demonstrating that chemical components of our DNA could be produced in the brutal conditions of space.
Jedi, stormtroopers, Jawas, Ewoks, and book lovers alike will grab their favorite books and gather for the third annual Star Wars Reads Day, to be held in October.
From stellar panels to on-stage torture tests, CNET's CES 2014 coverage will make you rethink your definition of technology. Find out what we have in store for the first and largest tech show of the year.
The BenchMark Legacy Chemicals kit on Kickstarter lets kids unleash the awesome power of chemistry without watering down the experience.
What do the members of the British Antarctic Survey team do in their spare time? Make a horror film, of course.
Danny Boyle's London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony drew a line in British innovation from the Industrial Revolution to the Web.
Vodafone has set stakes in the Silicon Valley, hoping that the Bay Area's fertile tech soil will bear startup fruit.
Having survived the crucible that is Apple's App Store approval process, CoPilot Live HD has become the first available iPad-specific GPS application.
A pendulum of fire, featured last week at the Fire Arts Festival in Oakland, Calif., is depicted in this slow-motion clip.
London art students backed by phone and broadband company TalkTalk, have come up with four clever and cool concepts to bring sexy back to Wi-Fi gizmos.