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What if Wes Anderson directed 'X-Men'?

Wolverine, Cyclops, Angel, Beast, Storm, Magneto, Jean Grey and more mutant superheroes get the hipster treatment in this homage to director Wes Anderson called "The Uncanny X-Men."

By March 4, 2015


Devo invites CNET readers to song study

The 1980s new wave band will let its core fans decide which 12 of 16 songs will make it onto its forthcoming album.

By April 7, 2010


Devo on the fate of the world--and Chatroulette (Q&A)

At SXSWi, two band members tell CNET that Chatroulette is a natural home for Devo and note that the Net is a lot cheaper than TV for promoting a big project.

By March 17, 2010


Devo 2.0, the Internet start-up--take it seriously

Devo's presentation at SXSWi was a no-doubt-about it business pitch, yet it was so silly that people were nearly falling out of their seats.

By March 17, 2010


Lollapalooza phone apps integrate with Facebook

App for this weekend's rock festival in Chicago includes free Wi-Fi to help you avoid the AT&T overload.

By August 5, 2010


Only 1 in 5 believe aliens are on Earth

In an extensive worldwide poll, a disappointing 20 percent of people declare they think aliens are already among us. India and China are the most enlightened countries.

By April 9, 2010


Creativity explodes on Chatroulette

From a piano player serenading strangers to a Canadian indie band announcing its next album, the popular Internet service has become a place where artists, musicians and game players can be truly inspired.

By March 26, 2010


Week in review: Tech goes to court

Google and Viacom take off the gloves in copyright case, while iPad sales skyrocket. Also: FCC's National Broadband Plan.

By March 19, 2010


Tech finds its place at SXSWi (roundup)

As the Web generation descends on the South by Southwest Interactive show in Austin, AT&T's network actually works, Twitter announces its @Anywhere platform, Facebook focuses on games, and Digg unveils a revamp.

By March 18, 2010


Flammable 'Kindling' e-reader holds 900 bytes

Rob Cockerham designed this wooden reading device, which holds one page from "The Count of Monte Cristo" and has a "complete lack of functional buttons."

By June 10, 2009