Mummies on display at the British Museum have been painstakingly X-rayed in high definition to reveal the layers beneath the sarcophagus.
Once again we find something that Natali can't cook: mummies. But she does suggest they be used as jerky. Don't worry, we also have lots of thoughts about the Kindle 2, Psystar's suit against Apple, and somebody owns the name Netbook. Is that allowed?
Universal Studios is gearing up to relaunch its beloved classic monsters, including Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, and the mummy in an interconnected universe.
Indiana Jones would approve of the Mini Museum. Fragments of dinosaur bones, meteorites, famous landmarks, and other fascinating things are displayed in resin, and could be yours via Kickstarter.
It's a case! It's a wallet! It's a smartphone wallet case, and it can carry those physical objects that are still needed despite our increasingly digital lives -- plus keep your phone safe. Here's a look at two contenders.
Want to see what you'd look like as a shark? An alien? A snack food? A new iOS app makes it easy.
This year's Google doodle for Halloween lets people mix ingredients to play various mini games. Just don't look for an ending.
Pixlgun 3D will be fun for Minecraft fans who have a lot of opportunities to play on local Wi-Fi with friends, but the single-player game is repetitive, and there are much better first-person shooters available.
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A 22-year-old admits he hired gunmen to rob the computer store where he worked. He claims, though, his mom, also a store employee, bullied him into it.
Crave's Nerdy New Mexico series explores the maker side of the state at Tinkertown, a folk art paradise full of animated miniatures and old amusement park machines.