CNET asked the world to help us write a sci-fi novel, and the world has responded. There are still a few days left to add your voice and vision and help us shape a really crazy future.
The great mind has some words of comfort for heartbroken tweens with an interest in theoretical physics.
Superstring theory and the music of the spheres create the scientific foundation for Grant Morrison's multiple universe-spanning superhero epic Multiversity.
On Tuesday's CraveCast, we'll talk about new shows we're excited for, plus the most hyped franchise ever and crowdsourcing a multiverse.
CNET's Crave blog has asked the world to help write a sci-fi novel, and the world has responded. Here's an update on our first week creating an alternate multiverse.
CNET's Eric Mack has started writing his first sci-fi novel for National Novel Writing Month, but he doesn't want to do it alone. Contribute now to this crowdsourced online story about the multiverse.
You no longer need a cosmic treadmill of devices to get your DC Comics fix, as the publisher becomes the first to load the shelves of the Kindle, Nook, and iBookstores with its weekly releases.
The home of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman finds a new world in the multiverse of digital bookstores to invade: Google Play Books.
The multiverse, physicist Richard Feynman, lobsters, and quantum tunneling all make appearances in Google's short documentary about its Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab.
Built around a single virtual world that developers can expand how they see fit, Places will tie in social networks and 3D entertainment options.