They've got the costumes, the hairdos, the props, and even the lighting right. All the "Star Trek Continues" Enterprise crew needs is $100,000.
The video streaming service gets the sci-fi classic in the deal, as well as Californication.
We discover how the man developing a Star Trek-style medical tricorder for your smart phone turned personal tragedy into a lifesaver.
Police are called to a sci-fi convention in the U.K. after fans of "Doctor Who" -- allegedly uninvited -- enter the convention, to the displeasure of certain forceful "Star Wars" fans.
Crave writer Amanda Kooser excavates her "Star Trek" prop, toy, and memorabilia collection and muses on how a sci-fi television show kept a geeky kid on the right track.
The one space shuttle that never got into orbit is headed to its final frontier, the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York. There will be photo ops.
For its 45th franchise birthday today, "Star Trek" was supposed to take over Google with a doodle on the search engine's global home pages. But technical difficulties postponed the celebration.
Entertainment Earth is rubbing it in that I'm not going to Comic-Con by offering a convention-exclusive Spock bobblehead that lights up.
The only thing that's missing is the distinctive computer beeps and squeals, but you can add those yourself. In the immortal words of Mr Scott: "A keyboard? How quaint..."
Lay in a course for nerd heaven, gadget fans, because we're taking you there at maximum warp with a limited edition computer keyboard that transports your computer to the final frontier.