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Review: Based on a Marvel comic, this stylish and startling head trip conjures a superhero show like you've never seen.
In buzzworthy news, the US Fish and Wildlife Service now protects the rusty patched bumblebee.
An insurance company in Japan lets you protect yourself against the dark side of the internet.
CNET's Eric Franklin ranks all 14 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and asks that you please be gentle with your reaction. Updated November 7, 2016.
An ambitious alligator startles a group of golfers by carrying its catch of the day across the grass on its way to take a dip.
Catch up on the movies that could take home an Academy Award on Amazon, Netflix and iTunes.
New software from Japan will let you know if the toilet cubicles in your office building or shopping mall are occupied.
You can buy anything you want on Taobao, including sea vessels... if you have $11 million to spare.
If so, you're in luck!
The star of "The Founder" on how the true-life tale of a little 1950s startup called McDonald's reminded him of a certain social network.
May the unboxings be with you when Disney unleashes a slew of new Star Wars products to feed the consumer fervor for "The Last Jedi."
The poor thimble token falls victim to modern times and goes to Monopoly jail after fans vote to send it packing.
Michael Keaton excels as the man who turned a 1950s startup called McDonald's into an empire -- at the expense of the McDonald family.
The "Good Mythical Morning" YouTube stars tackle a CNET challenge: Playing pictionary in virtual reality.
In this week's wrap-up, Apple introduces its new cheapest tablet along with red iPhones.