On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Sir Patrick Stewart impersonates everyone you hate sitting next to on a plane, according to an Expedia study.
Qoopy, a luxury day care service for pet chickens, has the Web buzzing, but you won't be dropping Miss Featherfluffers off there anytime soon.
An email-based game on Kickstarter melds fiction with reality as players investigate the journalists involved in the leak of thousands of classified NSA documents. You can get the demo now.
Just in time for his 92nd birthday, Sir Christopher Lee has released a new power metal album -- based on the character of Don Quixote.
Technically Incorrect: Florida police decide to post to Facebook a texting exchange between a man trying to sell drugs to, oh, a narcotics captain.
This isn't just a Millennium Falcon coffee table. It's an entire chase scene from "The Empire Strikes Back."
A newly discovered crayfish gets named after the NSA leaker and an amphipod after the singer of "Crocodile Rock." Now whose name are we going to use when we find a new species of crocodile?
If you have a 3D printer and aren't afraid to get your hands dirty with electronics, you can build your own 3D-printed, 20-sided die that calls out your dice rolls and makes fun of you when they're low.
Like the Hendo Hoverboard, the Lexus Slide does work -- as long as you're in a custom-built skatepark with embedded magnets.
Technically Incorrect: A YouTube video shows a Northern California police officer first try to film a resident filming him and then pull his gun. The incident is now being investigated.