From the creators of "Frozen," "Tangled" and "Wreck it Ralph," Disney's latest animated film "Big Hero 6" is packed with all sorts of futuristic tech -- from flying robots to telekinesis. To create the fanciful animated world, producers said they had to develop new technologies of their own. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi reports on the tech in and out of the film.
Google has released a free documentary, narrated by "Lemony Snicket," about indie label Merge Records, home to influential bands such as Arcade Fire and Spoon.
Seven test pilots demonstrate an X-Men-like ability to steer an airplane through a flight simulation with surprising accuracy.
It seems that, all year round, companies and individuals are trying to play jokes on the outside world, to get YouTube views and retweets. Doesn't this make April Fools' Day pointless?
Actor reveals his favorite moments working with Harrison Ford, what he thinks of the infamous "holiday special," and whether he's in Episode VII -- in his first Ask Me Anything interview on Reddit.
The promotion for the remake of "Carrie" shows a woman freaking out a cafe full of New Yorkers when she appears to have a fit and slams a man against a wall with nothing but mental powers.
Rats with electronically linked brains are able to communicate discoveries directly from one mind to another.
Mattel updates its telekinesis game with a competitive version for mental warriors. You can "prove" your brain is the most powerful. Or see how weak you are in the ways of the Force.
It used to be that electroencephalography required users to sit still for a computer to track the brain's impulses. New advances have made that technology wireless and mobile.
Nokia Australia is preparing to demonstrate a new wonder phone but has remained so tight-lipped about the whole affair we can only imagine what wonders it has in store.