We recently caught the Enterprise lounging in a canoe in the LA neighborhood of Venice, Calif. Captain Kirk was nowhere to be found, but we solved the mystery with the assistance of the ever-helpful Internets.
Today we look again at one of the best kitchen gadgets we've ever seen, and it's belongings.
Zebra Technologies snaps up Motorola Solutions' enterprise unit, which makes mobile devices and barcode scanners, for $3.45 billion in cash.
Jeweler Gino Arizmendi has made some beautiful geek-themed pieces. One of his latest is a stunning ring that will make "Star Trek" fans' hearts go pitter-patter.
To spread the word on its business-related software, the company offers $15 to people for every new user they sign up.
The latest executive to sit at the top of BlackBerry goes back to the drawing board for what could be the beleaguered phone maker's last grasp at survival.
Canadian "Star Trek" fan Line Rainville goes all-out in renovating her basement into a starship suite. She's even got a transporter and food replicators.
The online storage company concludes that higher-end drives geared for business use aren't actually more reliable than their consumer-grade counterparts.
The ride-sharing company sells carpooling service Zimride to the car rental company.
You stumble across the U.S.S. Enterprise in the strangest places (and reconfigurations)--in this case, a canal in the L.A. neighborhood of Venice, Calif., in the guise of a makeshift gondola.