Need a geeky gingerbread treat? Make it so with this tasty "Star Trek" tribute to the U.S.S. Enterprise made by Trekkie bakers.
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.
Boldly go where no man has worked before with this impressive "Star Trek" Enterprise computer table and office chair presented in the latest episode of "Super-Fan Builds."
In a feat of engineering worthy of Scotty, two makers cram a Wi-Fi access point into a model of the Enterprise from "Star Trek."
A crowdfunding campaign aims to build a full-size working version of the USS Enterprise from "Star Trek" in the Canadian Badlands, but the funding goal is a long way off.
Rosetta researchers think comets are less likely to be the source of Earth's water than previously thought, which also makes them a great source of fuel for fictional starship warp cores.
The company's Android product head says Google has prototypes of a device that will one day erase language barriers.
Even a Jedi needs to sit back and watch some mindless television from time to time. This coffee table is the perfect place for Luke Skywalker to rest his feet.
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.