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The European Space Agency's Schiaparelli lander couldn't phone home from the red planet, but the rest of the ExoMars mission was successful this week.
The DC Comics heroine is honored at a United Nations ceremony featuring appearances by Wonder Woman actresses Lynda Carter and Gal Gadot.
Watch out ladies. Thanks to machine learning software, Joey Tribbiani has been reanimated as a virtual avatar that can automatically generate Joey-like lines.
Step up to a shinier mode of transportation with an exclusive Neiman Marcus airplane decked out in eye-catching rose-gold and selling for a mere $1.5 million.
A simple fill-in-the-blank game with a social bent could be just what this democracy needs right now.
Jupiter looks fetching in an enhanced Juno space probe image highlighting the gas giant's exotic sunlit atmosphere.
While it's not the gut-punch of earlier seasons, the new Netflix series can still unnerve with stories of technology twisted to our darkest desires.
Anyone for some French Onion Barb? Netflix releases videos of treats inspired by its hit horror TV series "Stranger Things."
Honor Darth Vader's unappreciated soldiers with this glass decanter in the shape of the Stormtrooper helmet from the original 1977 "Star Wars" film.
An Instructables tutorial shows you how to make a talking-alphabet wall like the one a desperate Winona Ryder relies on in Netflix's "Stranger Things."
A Twitter hashtag features the candidate bringing back rye-catching jobs, planning sneak attacks to kill mockingbirds and building a wall around Hogwarts.
Geraldine the dog could get a job voicing sound effects for Star Wars movies. Check out her accurate TIE fighter impression.
Do you know which species are most likely to kill you? You will after watching this fright fest.
Today's tech wrapper includes Nintendo's new hybrid console, the Switch. Tesla's including self-driving hardware in all its cars. And a new gaming laptop from Razer packs the power of a desktop.