Committed researchers at Penn State discover that the size of your flake dictates the size of your intake. Oddly, though, the smaller the flake, the more you'll want to eat.
Using gallium, a metal with a very low melting point, researchers have developed a self-powered, shape-shifting liquid metal motor.
For the first time in decades, Lucasfilm sends an animated holiday greeting rather than a collectible print card. The stars: crafty "Star Wars" droids R2-D2 and C1-10P Chopper.
The massive lithium-ion battery plant is slated to open in 2017 and is said to bring down the battery cost per kWh by 30 percent.
You can cancel at the last minute. You can be horribly late. As this short film shows, cell phones make the flake.
Cornell researchers studying "cereal box psychology" say the tempting gazes of all those sugar-hawking characters are carefully angled right at your tykes.
All you have to do, says Oldman, is ask the Internet. Because the Internet knows everything. And nothing. So he can just look at the camera and say "Blah." Which he does very well.
To prepare for the Sochi Winter Olympics, organizers have hundreds of snowmaking machines ready to go. It's the same type of equipment being used at Northstar California ski resort in Lake Tahoe, where CNET got a look at its automated snowmaking system.
Dr. John Watson, DI Lestrade, a very haggard Anderson, and Sherlock Holmes himself star in "Many Happy Returns," a mini-episode leading up to the premiere of season 3 of "Sherlock."
As Kim Kardashian has put her name to a celebrity video game and Tyra Banks invests in an app that puts pretty pictures on lock screens, we only wait for Bill Murray to launch a "Lost In Translation" iPhone app.