Some of these odd science and tech stories are jokes, but some are completely true -- can you tell the difference?
Two weeks into a 5-month flight, the Solar Impulse 2 pilots tell say they don't want to change aviation, they want to change minds
After a two-year hiatus, the Large Hadron Collider will restart soon, twice as strong and with some "dark" mysteries to unlock
CNET's Scott Stein was one of the first to take the new wearable device for a test drive; what does he think?
Whether your dream date is a dashing Prince Charming, a nice farm girl or a fellow vegan, here's where to find them
A new study finds early human garbage dumps may have played a role in the evolution of dogs from wolves
More than $5 million of the $30 million purse has been doled out so far; here's how the winning teams have done it
How modern technology has transformed the playing field for spies and hackers all over the world
Satellite photos show our planet in amazing 4K resolution
Parts of California, Arizona and even Montana had record-high temperatures, with some cities hiting 90 degrees or above
The vehicle guided by a collection of cameras, sensors and GPS arrived in New York following a 3,500-mile journey
Finding instant answers on the Internet doesn't make you a genius, but it might feel that way
As sea ice melts, polar bears on land are having to make do with berries and bird eggs instead of more satisfying seals
"The idea of your nice little green grass getting lots of water every day, that's going to be a thing of the past," says Governor Jerry Brown
The president is declaring a "national emergency" to deal with cybersecurity threats
Fourth baby orca spotted this season brings the population to 81, still dangerously low
Scientists call it a "fly-or-die journey" that is "one of the most extraordinary migratory feats on the planet"
Pink and blue robotic hand was 3D-printed overnight for just $50
After a short circuit delayed the particle accelerator's return, scientists at CERN say it should be ready in "a few days' time"
Cancer-fighting fruits and less fatty vegetable oils may wind up in stores next to apples that don't turn brown
"They come into us about 20 pounds...they should be closer to 60 or 70 pounds," says a veterinarian
In 1815, the Tambora volcano, located in what is now Indonesia, killed more than 60,000 people and turned summer to winter
An Ohio company is using new surveillance technology to investigate crimes; the CEO plans on taking it global
The astronaut answered questions at the start of his 342-day stay on the space station, which he said feels like "an old home"
You can tell your boss you're looking up directions to an off-site meeting
The California city is veritably buzzing with its own diverse array of pests