Anthony Sforza may be the ultimate "Star Trek" fan, and he has $500,000 worth of Trekkie memorabilia to prove it.
Disney Interactive's upcoming multiplayer game, Star Wars: Attack Squadrons, will soon hit the Internet. Fans can sign up to test it out.
Sci-fi superfan Huston Huddleston plans to open a massive museum dedicated to sci-fi artifacts from film and television.
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The defense research agency, in conjunction with NASA, has put out a request for information for a project it hopes could result in a starship capable of long-distance space travel.
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It's not quite warp drive, but researchers are hot on the trail of building nuclear fusion impulse engines, complete with real-life dilithium crystals.
In iOS 6, Siri further outpaces Samsung's S Voice assistant; but "she" still has her brain blips.
My starship can beat up your starship. Dive into the eternal "Star Wars" versus "Star Trek" debate with an infographic that determines which one can claim technological superiority.
A cube-shaped wedding cake is no big deal, but a Borg cube-shaped wedding cake is enough to make Trekkies everywhere want to get married.