Technically Incorrect: A New Jersey man who nailed a drone that hovered somewhere near his house has pleaded guilty to criminal mischief.
Tell your beloved that you value his or her brains with horribly romantic Valentine's Day cards.
Technically Incorrect: A computational engineering professor paints a miserable picture of a leisured future.
As Sanders and Clinton battle it out in the presidential debates, they're also competing for comic book fans, as stars of their own titles. Spoiler alert: Neither of them has mutant superpowers.
Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton give the X-Men a run for the money in a trio of comic books.
We still can't stop talking about Tim Cook's iPhone photo, Apple TV gets new updates and Dr. Dre will be in Apple's first original TV series.
Twitter's implosion, CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers discusses his career and, of course, Deadpool.
A report says Google's next wearable won't need a phone. Meanwhile, a Microsoft garage project tests image recognition.
Ryan Reynolds wishes he looked as good in the red suit as this superhero kitty does.
Cats dressed as characters like Deadpool, Marty McFly and Harry Potter might be the cutest thing in fandom. But don't try this dress-up at home, unless you enjoy being scratched.
Looking for more Bumblebee and Optimus Prime? Paramount Pictures says three new "Transformers" movies will be released in the next three years.
Technically Incorrect: In a gloriously demented ad for Brooks running shoes, the world can be saved one jog at a time.
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Whether you like your SUVs cute or capable, or some blend of the two, we've got a wide variety of choices in Roadshow's first collection of Editors' Used Picks.