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The once-dominant Japanese company looks for new ways to set itself apart as it battles Samsung and other TV juggernauts.
A Hasselblad camera and Zeiss lens that captured extraordinary images of Earth back in 1962 await bidding by space fans.
Remember that momentous scene in "Jurassic Park" when Dr. Grant and his team first see a living, breathing dinosaur? This is like that, but with a chubby bulldog.
A Minnesota teen posts disparaging remarks about a teacher's aide on Facebook. The school takes action. Now it has decided to pay for that action.
Lovefilm has added a load of classic and new kids' TV shows, including Chuggington, Thomas and Friends, Fireman Sam and Pingu.
New MatchBook program offers Kindle editions of print books that Amazon customers purchased as early as the online store's first days. For now, the list is limited and could cost up to $2.99 per title.
Apple's next-generation iPhone and its iOS 7 software have shown up in a developer log but specs are still unknown.
Windows 8 has leaked onto file sharing sites, while Microsoft is looking to rename its 'Metro' interface.
The creator of Mad magazine's Fold-In tells Crave how he came up with the idea in the '60s and why it's still relevant. Plus, he dishes on the true origin of Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions. Hint: It involves an antenna and a small boy.
The hard-worked San Juan basin in northern New Mexico dramatically illustrates the scale of coal and natural-gas production in the U.S.