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The classic table-tennis ball gets a high-tech makeover with a new design and 3D printing to make it happen.
A professor who once worked as an aeronautical engineer creates the ultimate ping-pong ball cannon to help students learn about dynamics.
Promoters use thousands of ping-pong balls, projected lights, and synchronized swimmers to create the ultimate interactive swimming show.
Liquid nitrogen is pretty dangerous stuff on quite a few levels — not the least of which is is volatile explosiveness.
The TT Champion Bat, from peripherals purveyor Shinobii, will take you right back to the youth club with its realistic recreation of an actual ping-pong paddle.
Dalek with legs? Cybermen in Spandex? Sonic Screwdriver as a sword flute? Crave chats with the "Japanese Doctor Who" filmmaker Joshua Kahan about why he gave the popular British sci-fi show the Tokusatsu touch.
A water-based tractor beam that could contain oil spills and manipulate floating objects cannot yet be explained by mathematical theory.
The products, which range from jewelry and toys to home decor and tech accessories, can be personalized with choices of material, size, style, color, text, and images.
"Rolling Through the Bay," a sculpture made of more than 100,000 toothpicks and glue, depicts the San Francisco Bay area. CNET speaks with artist Scott Weaver.
Who can resist climbing a bus hanging off a building? CNET Road Trip 2013 visited the City Museum in St. Louis, and packed with secret tunnels and giant whales, it's unlike any other museum.