You're trying to launch a new space movie. But the nerds at Comic-Con can still only see you as Han Solo and Indiana Jones. How mad should you get?
Forget a Moore's Law for energy tech, says Bill Gates. Moving the energy system away from fossil fuels takes decades of work and multiple scientific breakthroughs.
New device promises to flatten out vinyl records.
Furutech's record flattening machine zaps warped records wiggles!
The screen on Apple's new tablet fails to survive what seems to be a pretty mellow drop, but that's only the beginning of this sadistic gauntlet of device deconstruction.
A sneaky fake charger could be used to install dodgy software on iOS gadgets, hackers claim.
A man parks his car outside a London skyscraper -- known as the Walkie-Talkie -- under construction. He returns to find elements of his car have been melted by light reflected from the building.
Oh, those terrible people at Google. In the latest "Scroogled" ad, Redmond says Google is peddling vitamin supplements to kids. And that's not all.
Even the most die-hard LP fans concede its many flaws, so why didn't the LP fade away a few years after the CD was introduced?
What if the red-shirted "Star Trek" ensigns knew the odds of returning from away missions were near zero? John Scalzi talks about the upcoming TV adaptation of his satirical book "Redshirts."