For the first time, astronomers have captured images of a rare type of asteroid that rotates so quickly it literally cracks itself up.
Pour yourself a cold Klingon Warnog, nibble some sushi with warp-trail chopsticks and fire off a rare phaser as you explore a world of wacky "Star Trek" merchandise.
On today's show, we discuss why tiny thrusters could be a big deal for satellites, how a group of Netflix employees got the service to work on an NES console and how future fashion might work via "rapid prototyping."
An Italian manufacturer is touting its "rapid prototyping" process, which may make it faster than ever for designers to create new looks and products. Based on the colorful samples, though, we think futuristic haute couture is still too weird for most shoppers.
Jeff Bakalar scoured the show floor at Toy Fair 2015 in search of some of the strange and weirder toys about to hit store shelves.
Sketch comedy group The Warp Zone puts together a hilarious skit in which a Jedi and a Sith debate the benefits and drawbacks of the crossguard lightsaber from "The Force Awakens."
For the most part we like the New 3DS XL, but the microSD card location, lack of a charger and 3DS transfer process all have us scratching our heads.
From the first selfie in 1839 to current extreme photos involving volcanoes and skyscrapers, selfie history is fraught with fun, peril and photographic firsts.
You never really know what kind of devices you're going to see at CES. From the cool to the kooky, CNET's Kara Tsuboi has some highlights.
Love 'em or hate 'em, there's plenty of strange gadgetry at CES. Inside Scoop hosts Bridget Carey and Jeff Bakalar highlight the oddball gems they crave - and some that should be banished.