Michael Zuk, a Canadian dentist, has already bought one of John Lennon's teeth. Next step: clone the rest.
A molar found in northern Italy shows that people practiced dental repair way back in the Paleolithic era. Unfortunately for them, novocaine and nitrous oxide wouldn't be available until much, much later.
A man standing on a thin piece of fiberglass gets a visit from two very large mammals off the coast of Australia.
John Lennon's name is now part of a heavenly body, with the pop-rocker joining some esteemed company on Mercury's surface.
To honor the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing, a singer adds sounds of Neil Armstrong's heart, plus "sounds of Venus" recorded by Voyager, to a John Lennon song.
The publisher's second-in-command discusses DLC conspiracies, Battlefront's multiplayer focus, and backing indies.
"It's officially Christmas," says one teary-eyed Tweeter -- watch the John Lewis ad that has become a British Christmas tradition.
Pioneer's new super-solid PLX-1000 turntable shakes up the Audiophiliac.
This week on Crave, a Canadian dentist wants to clone a Beatle with a John Lennon tooth he bought for $31,000. A computer scientist builds an awesome homemade portable Nintendo Entertainment System, and we all want to play on the beercade machine that serves up cold brews as you play vintage video games. All that and more on this week's episode.
The IDNAtity app translates your genetic markers into a unique theme song.