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Many say it was a meteor blast that flattened a Siberian forest and left a large impact crater when the "Tunguska Event" happened over 100 years ago. New research debunks part of the story.
Are you a fan of Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei? Here's your chance to own a very rare signed document.
Sparks will fly as Benedict Cumberbatch embodies Edison in an 1880s period piece about the race to create a profitable and dependable electricity system.
Starbucks Touch The Drip is a designer tap-to-pay key fob that works with the coffee purveyor's current payment system.
Act out your favorite scenes from the cult series with these collectible figures.
"Rogue One", "Doctor Strange", "Suicide Squad" and "Star Trek Beyond" are also among the geek-tastic movies vying for glory at the 2017 Academy Awards.
An epic crack-up in space almost a half billion years ago remains a major source of the meteorites that smash into our planet today.
But give him time, he's only had it six months. The "Game of Thrones" star talks tech on the sidelines of Sundance, where his new movie "Rememory" debuts.
Disney really should have known better than to give millions of moviegoers 11 months to speculate.
Bask in the details of clouds and landforms in a stunning image from NASA's new high-tech weather satellite, GOES-16.
Find out how superhero comics helped influence the font everyone loves to hate.
The nominations for the Razzies are out, honoring the worst films of the year. Two superheroes rise right to the top. Er, bottom?
Meet a sliced onion. It wants to top President Donald Trump's Twitter follower numbers, but it has a lot of layers to unpeel to get there.
Sitting down with Chris Pratt, Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Sheen to talk about space travel and the tech in the film.
Today in tech headlines, Sprint buys a third of Tidal, Google makes its first update to its Voice service in a while and Samsung is moving forward with the Note brand.