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On today's episode of the 404, we spend way too much time coming up with plots for the newly announced Netflix series "Fuller House."
In addition to launching a weather station into space, the private space-exploration company will once again attempt to land the launch rocket on a barge.
The world's biggest mobile chipmaker discusses plans to have its chips in everything from cars to health care devices to lightbulbs.
Stanford researchers suggest a unique place to store excess heat -- the coldness of outer space -- which could help keep buildings cooler and help save energy.
He signed the Doors and counts "chief technologist" among his many titles over a 60-plus year career. Jac Holzman talks to CNET about using tech to revive rock's past and what is in music's future.
Apple's flurry of lawsuits is part of its strategy to get competitors to think different -- i.e., to sink time and money into steering clear of any resemblance to the iPhone, iPad or iWhatever.
The Spitzer infrared telescope discovers solid buckyballs in space for the first time, giving astronomers clues into the nature of matter in deep space.
Over the 25 years Jobs worked at Apple, the company was an extension of the man and of his vision for computing, industrial design, and a digital lifestyle.
One of last year's best laptops is about to get the full Sandy Bridge treatment.
The R. Buckminster Fuller dome home in Carbondale, Ill., is a lot less dangerous and a lot more sustainable than Mad Max's Thunderdome. It's the proud parent of all geodesic dome homes.