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From a baby-Ripley "Aliens" Power Loader to the "Stranger Things" opening credits logo, we've got a gaggle of costumes that venture outside the Halloween norm.
The NFL cornerback had the wand, the robe and even the right music. Too bad his team couldn't have put a spell on Steven Hauschka's missed field goal.
The massive ride-sharing startup envisions a world of flying commuter vehicles not that far down the road. Or is that flight path?
"Sherlock" actors Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman will chase down new mysteries beginning on January 1.
A 3-year-old photo is going viral. Is that the "Ghostbusters" star, or "Forrest Gump" himself?
These "humble masterpieces of design" were the start of a new visual language, says the museum.
This super-luxurious and super-expensive DJI Phantom drone plated in gold will break your heart if it ever gets stuck in a tree.
CNET asks Ron Howard: Are tech entrepreneurs the Dantes of today?
Why did the junk-food junkie cross the road? To book a one-way flight to Tokyo.
Look at these legs. They are either slathered in oil or streaked with white paint. Which option do you see?
A random drawing decides which 10 fans get the chance to own this 3D-printed Godzilla, which stands over 6 feet and costs more than $40,000.
The resulting look is both gorgeous and a little gross. It's sure to be your No. 1 choice for a No. 2 costume this year.
Do you know which species are most likely to kill you? You will after watching this fright fest.
MacBooks got thinner and lighter. So did Twitter, but that's because the company cut 9% of its workforce.