Today is a good day to drink! "Star Trek" is getting an official beer modeled after the Klingon drink Warnog.
North Carolina politician David Waddell chooses to terminate his role and go out like a Klingon warrior. Worf would be proud.
Linguist John McWhorter offers up a lesson in how fantasy languages become real languages.
Go galactic with the newest addition to Bing Translator, an automated Klingon translation service that has you covered whether you're translating tribbles (yIHmey) or "Star Trek" (Hov trek).
YouTube channel Improvised Star Trek has recorded in Klingon what is perhaps the most twee love song ever written. It sounds like a mouthful of glitter-sprinkled gravel.
Today is a good day for a "Gangnam Style" parody translated into the Klingon language with some get-down dancing from the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise.
A Minnesota man claims he only spoke to his son (now 15) in Klingon for the first three years of his life. Is this a good tale to help market translation software?
The Star Trek 40th anniversary phaser has hit the shelves.
The official "Star Trek" phaser remote control zaps pretty much any TV, set-top box or music player in the galaxy.
A beer brewed to honor the season finale of "The Walking Dead" takes the zombie trope literally and uses actual brains as an ingredient.