Oprah Winfrey, Beyonce, and Lady Gaga, are in three of the top five spots in Forbes' Celebrity Power list
Nintendo, 3D: So happy together. The company hinted that it will eventually build a 3D home console. For now, Nintendo lovers will have to be satisfied with the Nintendo 3DS, a next-gen handheld that wowed E3 last week.
Jaws 35th anniversary: The great white shark in "Jaws" that terrorized audiences when the film opened on June 20, 1975 was not only a triumph in filmmaking, but also a mechanical marvel as well. Here are seven of the most famous — and infamous — animatronic monsters in film history.
3D TV is great but watch out for 3D videogames. The biggest videogame publishers will unveil stereoscopic 3D videogames next week.
The BP live feed of the Gulf oil spill is proving to be mesmerizing to millions of Web viewers.
Big-name films including the Sex and the City sequel failed to draw the audiences expected on the traditional kick-off of the summer movie season.
BP is sorting though 8,000 suggestions from people around the world on how to cap the well and clean up the oil. Here are five suggested solutions to remedy the crisis caused by the BP oil spill.
Opponents say the environmental and social costs of flooding parts of the Amazon outweigh the energy benefits, but the $10 billion Belo Monte project and other Amazon dams hold the promise of clean energy.
James Cameron has convinced NASA to mount a 3-D camera on top of Curiosity's mast for the upcoming mission to Mars, scheduled to launch in 2011.
Iron Man 2 was already in production when 3D Avatar made history. And though 3D is now a mainstream tool, it's not always appropriate, say filmmakers.