Can GI Joe: Retaliation -- an action movie starring The Rock and Bruce Willis as 1980s toys -- stretch to two dimensions, let alone three?
New Kindle Worlds licensing agreements open up new arenas for fans to write and sell original fiction inspired by their favorite comic book, movie, and TV characters.
Combine plastic, a Makerbot Replicator 2x, and lots of dating drama and you get Sebastian Errazuriz's unique "12 shoes for 12 lovers" project.
You spend more than three weeks a year looking at your phone, according to new figures -- four years over the course of your life.
An update is here for the Wii U, fixing a few bugs, but you'll have to wait to make the console faster.
Can you believe that Pearl Jam's "Jeremy" premiered on MTV two decades ago? We're all feeling a little old, so we'll cheer ourselves up with a picture collection of Olympic divers in mid-jump. We'll also talk about NASA airing the Mars Landing in Times Square, review the new Digg home page, and give a thumbs up to FCC for telling Verizon to permit tethering apps.
Researchers say a next-gen sequencing approach allows them to subtract the entire human genetic sequence from the genetic material of a blood sample and identify viruses based on what remains.
Rafe gets a CES demo from iRobot Vice President Mark Chiappetta.
KnightHawk 3G is a "ruggedized, highly mobile tactical base station" that can acquire 3G signals in places with limited or no cellular connectivity.
Apple offers a couple of software RAID solutions for people interested in either creating a larger disk out of two, or mirroring two disks together for data redundancy in the event of a drive failure. When a drive does fail, in hardware RAID solutions