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What I learned from watching Star Wars in the wrong order

Is the Millennium Falcon alive? That's just one of the questions answered when I watched the original Star Wars films in the popular Machete Order.

By November 21, 2015


New 'platypus' dinosaur found akin to vegetarian T. rex

One of the most extreme cases of a phenomenon called evolutionary convergence created the newly described mish-mashed Chilesaurus diegosuarezi.

By April 28, 2015


Classic arcade game Dragon's Lair seeks to hit the big screen

Fans of Dragon's Lair have long clamored for a movie version of the animated game. If a Kickstarter campaign is successful, they might get their wish.

By October 27, 2015


Meet the newly discovered 76-million-year-old pig-nosed turtle

The Arvinachelys goldeni, a now-extinct turtle with a pig's snout was discovered in Utah. It may be "one of the most bizarre turtles that ever lived."

By October 22, 2015


Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 getting mod tools on PC, but not until 2016

Make your own maps and modes, starting next year.

By November 1, 2015


Why Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 dropped campaign on last-gen

Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles lack the necessary memory to pull off the game's four-player co-op.

By November 1, 2015


These images of the star-smeared sky aren't what you think (pictures)

Artist Vanessa Marsh makes beautiful photos of skies filled with stars and nebulae, but she does it without a camera -- or a sky.

8 Images By August 8, 2015


New camera captures invisible details, sees through the skin of fruit

Microsoft Research teams up with University of Washington to develop a camera that can capture the veins in your hand and other things not visible to the naked eye.

By October 15, 2015


Why prequels always suck (and the golden rule to make sure they don't)

Commentary: From "Star Wars" to "The Hobbit", CNET pop culture addict Richard Trenholm investigates whether prequels are just fundamentally rubbish.

By August 7, 2015


Families release crash video to prevent further speeding deaths

Technically Incorrect: Police say two young men were reportedly high on drugs, speeding at 90 mph and performing for the camera. Their families hope a cell phone video of the crash will save at least one life in the future.

By October 12, 2015