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Salto, a cute little machine that can leap vertically off walls, could revolutionize search and rescue missions, or at least parkour.
Our furry and feathered friends aren't always friendly. Sometimes they steal cameras, kick each other in the face or crawl up refrigerators while eating mice.
Here's your Star Wars fan stocking stuffer of the year, and it even knows metric.
A witty greeting outside the Helsinki airport makes winter travel feel a little warmer.
Saturn shows off its geometric cloudy north pole as Cassini snuggles in close to the planet's main rings.
David Bowie the musician may be gone, but the world still has Dr. David Bowie, and he's watching over pioneering NASA astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
"Yo-Yo" Rodriguez faces off against the cast of the hit show in a series of online mini-episodes starting next week.
"One Dance" danced to number one this year.
No visuals, no audio: The only thing telling these humans how to play this game is a low current delivered directly to the brain.
Mocking "Suicide Squad" is easy when the official trailer already proclaims the main characters "the worst heroes ever."
You can decorate your outdoor halls more cheaply in Washington state or Louisiana than in Hawaii and Alaska.
CNET writer Geoffrey Morrison went on a heroic journey to locate and document "Game of Thrones" locations in the real world. This video shows off some of those locations with references from the popular TV show.
Stealer's Wheel? Seattle police department quotes "Watchmen" movie in a recap of the recent arrest.
In today's tech news, the Supreme Court overrules a 2012 Apple/Samsung case, YouTube awards $1B to the music industry in ad revenue and Google plans to run solely off renewable energy in 2017.