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Beautiful DC Comics and Star Trek-Themed Jewelry [Pics]

Unfortunately, this geektastic DC Comics and Star Trek-themed line of jewelry by Guild Jewellery Design is only available in Australia, and the …

Doctor Who 's Imperfect 50th Anniversary Nonetheless Sets a Challenge for Star Trek

"Sometimes I have these extraordinary dreams. I dream that I'm this adventurer, this daredevil. A mad man! The Doctor, I'm called... "<p>The Doctor in <i>Doctor Who: Human Nature</i> (in which he has to take human form in as a history teacher in an English private school just before World War I to evade a …

Google Is Obsessed With Building the Star Trek Computer

I first came across Google’s interest in <i>Star Trek</i> back in the summer of 2010. A company spokesman wanted to show me the firm’s rapidly improving …

Star Trek TNG Clips Edited So The Cast Sings 'Let It Snow'

This is a short video of clips from Star Trek: The Next Generation edited together so the cast sings 'Let It Snow' (technically, 'Make It So'). At …

Star Trek Online Mac client now live

The Mac client for free-to-play massively multiplayer online title <i>Star Trek Online</i> is now live, according to an announcement on the game's official forums.<p>The client can be downloaded via Arc Games' product page and selecting the "Play for Free" option. Initially rolling out to Windows PC in 2010, …

Harlan Ellison's Acclaimed Star Trek Script Comes to Comics

<b>Star Trek: The Original Series</b> episode “City on the Edge of Forever” is regarded by many as the greatest <b>Star Trek</b> episode of all time, but there’s …

Caffeinated

• <b>Author:</b> Murray Carpenter<p><b>“You’ll never think the same way about your morning cup of coffee.”—Mark McClusky, editor in chief of Wired.com and author of Faster, Higher, Stronger</b> <br>Journalist Murray Carpenter has been under the influence of a drug for nearly three decades. And he’s in good company, …