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Gag-filled 'Deadpool' regenerates gory, immature hilarity for grown-ups (review)

"Deadpool" marks the triumphant return of the R-rated comic book hero with blunt-force, rapid-fire comedy. Hope you like your jokes vulgar, juvenile and very meta.

By February 6, 2016


Astronaut Scott Kelly talks about acid pee, sleep and fears in space

Ask this astronaut anything: Kelly reveals what life is like aboard the International Space Station in an interview on Reddit.

By January 29, 2016


How do the candidates stack up on social media?

Trump is tops on Twitter, but Bernie dominates on Reddit.

By February 8, 2016


Oregon Trail game co-inventor talks pioneer survival and life lessons

In a new Reddit interview, Don Rawitsch reveals his thoughts about creating the educational and entertaining Oregon Trail computer game. Plus, his idea on how the game could become a movie.

By February 6, 2016


Here are the reasons why so many hoverboards are catching fire

Buying a self-balancing scooter? You might want to think twice.

By December 22, 2015


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's...R2-D2?!

A San Diego-based custom drone company called Flyguy Promotions turns fictional movie and cartoon characters like Snoopy and the adorable "Star Wars" rustbucket into not-so-fictional flying machines.

By July 10, 2015


Buzz Out Loud: Comedian Aziz Ansari chats with CNET

Aziz Ansari talks about putting his stand-up show "Dangerously Delicious" online, how he deals with fans on Twitter, and his love for R. Kelly.

By August 6, 2012


Applying movie ratings to Web sites is a dumb idea

Should "PG" and "R" be used to warn you about the content on the Web? Don Reisinger thinks not.

By December 29, 2008


Will the Transformers movie spark a backlash from parents?

The new Transformers movie is being marketed to young kids, even though the PG-13 film narrowly missed an R-rating. Will parents of young kids launch a backlash once they see the film?

By July 4, 2007


StreamCast hires attorney, lobbyist

StreamCast Networks, which distributes the popular Morpheus file-swapping software, has hired a new attorney, lobbyist and public relations firm to shore up its legal fight against the record and movie industries. The company's former attorney, who had a history of successfully fighting the record industry on technology issues, quit last month after StreamCast said it couldn't afford his legal bills. The new firm, Brobeck Phleger & Harrison, has considerable experience with intellectual property issues. StreamCast also hired lobbyist Ellen Stroud, who previously worked with Silicon Valley political organization TechNet and Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va.

By June 21, 2002