During SpaceX's berthing, an astronaut onboard the ISS said, "Houston, looks like we've caught a Dragon by the tail."
In the end, it was Scotty who got beamed up.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" is getting a lot of attention in suburbia. Dr. Drew and guests discuss the book's popularity.
Does "Fifty Shades of Grey's" love affair between a dominant man and vulnerable young woman feel a tad bit familiar?
In response to Netflix's recently released list of the "Top 10 Movie Rentals of All Time," BitTorrent has release its own -- albeit utterly illegal -- list of the "Top 10 Most Pirated Movies" of all time.
Turns out that job seekers are not the only ones getting creative in the interview process. A new CareerBuilder survey of hiring managers revealed that they, too, are starting to veer from the traditional interview questions in order to get candidates to offer up even more unique glimpses into their personality.
A shiny headset that lets you watch 3-D video, play video games or listen to music -- not to mention looking at home on an extra from your favorite sci-fi film -- is on the way.
"Women and men of the fleet: This is your president. We have come to a crossroads in our long and painful journey," Laura Roslin tells the survivors of humanity's near-destruction while a mutiny rages on.
Candy Torres drove nonstop for 21 hours to see the launch of space shuttle Challenger in June 1983. She had seen shuttle launches before, but this trip from Princeton, New Jersey, to Cape Canaveral, Florida, was different: Sally Ride was about to become the first female U.S. astronaut to leave the Earth's atmosphere.
Black holes may be featured in "Star Trek" and "Event Horizon," but they're not just the stuff of science fiction.
When space shuttle Endeavour blasts off Monday on its final journey, I'll be thinking about the shuttle's three remarkable decades of service.
As someone who doesn't know a Klingon from a Jedi, I've watched in bewilderment, as friends have debated which franchise is superior: "Star Wars" or "Star Trek."
Engineering organs begins with something missing -- a phantom organ in the body that causes a patient incredible discomfort, dysfunction or pain. It ends with a Star Trek-esque feat of engineering where missing organs are replaced using cells culled from a patient's own body.
At the intersection of science-fiction and science-fact was William Shatner on Monday.
The shuttle Discovery crew got a wakeup call from actor William Shatner.
Last month, Google unveiled its latest innovation, an app for phones that can near-simultaneously translate speech from one language to another.
Prince William and Prince Charles have been cast - but who will play the royal bride?
A 3D food printer sounds like something out of Star Trek, but it's not out of this world. It's up and running at the French Culinary Institute in Manhattan -- and in five years, it could be in your home.
A laptop with two touch-screens in lieu of a keyboard, tablets running an unfinished version of Google's Android, 3-D TV sets that don't require glasses.
What would truly delight the geek in your life? It's nearly impossible to know if you don't share his or her peculiar tastes.
There's a lot to love about texting.
New materials with the ability to manipulate the speed of light could enable the creation of a "space-time cloak" capable of masking events or even creating an illusion of "Star Trek"-style transportation, according to scientists in London.
Would you wear a cat costume to a job interview? How about a Star Trek T-shirt, or a micromini skirt and fishnet stockings?
The legendary Star Trek actor reportedly undergoes "benign abdominal surgery"
"And if you think you're too busy to Twitter, you need to --"
Have you recently clicked on a link and -- surprise! -- been redirected to a nine-minute YouTube clip of a hip-swiveling saxophone player? Congrats -- you've been "saxrolled" and seen the Epic Sax Guy.
A popular sightseeing destination in Australia is boldly going where no tourist attraction has gone before -- by offering audio tours in the Klingon language.
Anyone watching the news might wonder if they could crash-land a plane on water, survive a pirate attack or save themselves from a heart attack.
What could bring Leonard Nimoy out of his newly minted retirement?
CNN takes you to the red carpet premiere of the summer romance "Letters to Juliet."
Yes, yes, James Franco is going to Yale, the third stop on his tour of schools in the tri-state area -- before graduating from Columbia and going all Ivy League business, Franco had a brief fling with New York University. Amongst those precious days he spent at the latter, I was fortunate enough to share an elevator with him on the way to one of my classes.
"Usually when I mention suspended animation people will flash me the Vulcan sign and laugh," says scientist Mark Roth. But he's not referring to the plot of a "Star Trek" episode.
Scientist Mark Roth says suspended animation may help trauma and heart attack victims survive long enough to be treated.
Producers are casting the next 007 flick - vote for your dream Bond beauty
"You don't have to come back, just let us know," Walter Koenig tells his son at a press conference
Walter and Judy Koenig are trying not to fear that the worst has happened
When former "Growing Pains" actor Andrew Koenig missed his flight home to Los Angeles from Vancouver, British Columbia, last week, his father became worried.
OK, so you've exhausted most of those video games you got for Christmas. And you've got a gift card or two burning a hole in your pocket.
After the pair keep their distance at a party, a source confirms to PEOPLE they've split
The Avatar actress says she's always been drawn to material with nerd appeal
Barbara Campbell, blind for most of her life, today can see shapes and sense light, thanks to an artificial retina.
As a thick, gray haze began to descend over the words in her schoolbooks, and eventually the faces of loved ones, Barbara Campbell barely grasped that she was going blind.
The National Board of Review also taps George Clooney and Morgan Freeman for best actor honors
Studio execs should give plenty of thanks to female moviegoers: "Twilight: New Moon" and "The Blind Side" led the best-ever Thanksgiving weekend at the box office by drawing women and families into theaters, while male-centric newcomers "Old Dogs" and "Ninja Assassin" only earned so-so numbers.
Like a well-placed power-up, the right gift can light up the eyes of that video gamer in your life.
The hottie will fill shoes worn by Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford and Ben Affleck
The Hills star and Corey Bohan are off-again after quietly ending a summer romance
It was a glass half-full, glass half-empty kind of weekend at the box office for "Funny People," writer-director Judd Apatow's comedic meditation on fame, humor, life, and death.
Sandra Bullock will surely be popping open the champagne as her new romantic comedy, "The Proposal," accepted the top spot at the box office this weekend by grossing $34.1 million, according to early estimates by Hollywood.com Box Office.
The Hills star and the Australian BMX rider sneak kisses in Sin City
Buoyed no doubt by repeat business and premium 3-D ticket prices, Disney/Pixar's "Up" lifted past the bona fide surprise hit "The Hangover" to be the first film of the summer to land at number one at the box office two weekends in a row.
â¢ Chris Pine, showing off his scruff during a business dinner with five guys - "total industry types," an onlooker says - at the Sunset Tower Hotel in L.A. After the meeting, the Star Trek star welcomed a distraction, turning his attention to a brunette diner as he walked out the door. The two chatted for bit in the doorway, then discreetly exchanged numbers before Pine left.
At the 1964 New York World's Fair, people stood in line for hours to look at a strange sight.
Whether you're getting married or have decided to live in (gasp!) sin, the decision to cohabitate is one of the most nerve-wracking, potentially fight-provoking, all-around-scariest things you will do as a couple. Here are some pitfalls to avoid:
Ben Stiller had no problem handling Christian Bale and an army of robots this Memorial Day weekend. "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian" cruised to an easy first-place finish of $70 million over the four-day weekend, according to early estimates by Hollywood.com Box Office.
The Star Trek star says his new YouTube cartoon series is "a comedic Soprano family"
The sequel to "The Da Vinci Code" has inspired more shrugs than shouts, as CNN's Kara Finnstrom reports.
Ron Howard's "Angels & Demons" soared to a $48 million opening this weekend, narrowly edging out a stellar $43 million second-week performance by "Star Trek," according to estimates by Hollywood.com Box Office.
It's not as achingly hip as Barcelona and it's more manageable than Madrid: Spain's third city has plenty of flavor, an urban edge and uniquely Valencian oddities.
"Wolverine." "Star Trek." "Angels & Demons." "Terminator: Salvation." The summer movies roll out, one weekend after another, like dreadnoughts leaving port to bombard a battle-scarred ocean.
Mark Ruffalo, Adrien Brody and Rachel Weisz talk about their new comedy.
Hunky actors Channing Tatum and Chris Pine face off to see who you'd rather get hot and sweaty with!
For the last four decades, the original Enterprise crew has lived long and prospered
J.J. Abrams' franchise reboot boldly went where no Star Trek movie has gone before, grossing a stellar $72.5 million from Friday through Sunday, according to early estimates by Hollywood.com Box Office.
CNN's Reggie Aqui catches up with some of the "Real Housewives" stars.
More than a dozen TV series sign off for the summer this week -- or, in the case of "Prison Break," forever -- but none has as much riding on it as the final two hours of this mojo-recapturing season of "Lost."
PEOPLE has a very logical discussion with the Vulcan stars about meeting each other, rabid fans and bad haircuts
For "Star Trek" fans, it may feel like deja vu all over again.
CNN's Jason Carroll reports on the new "Star Trek" movie and why the franchise has been loved by so many for so long.
"Star Trek" director J.J. Abrams and the film's actors talk about a key scene.
Acclaimed filmmaker J.J. Abrams was presented with a specific challenge when he agreed to direct this summer's highly anticipated prequel to the phenomenally successful sci-fi franchise, "Star Trek."
Did somebody just reach through the space-time continuum and pull out a white rabbit?
Chris Pine channels Kirk, Zoe Saldana gets the looks and John Cho's dream comes true
The new Enterprise captain talks about his family ties to ChiPs, kissing aliens and meeting William Shatner
It couldn't top its predecessors, but "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" still brought in quite a haul, grossing an estimated $87 million for the opening weekend of the summer movie season.
Heidi Klum, Hayden Panettiere and others do their best sci-fi salute
CNN talks to "Star Trek" actors Simon Pegg and Zachary Quinto at the UK premiere.
Geek buzz flying around the Internet suggests that "Star Trek" could be one of the summer's biggest movies.
Capt. Kirk was wrong: Space is not "Star Trek's" "final frontier."
The sexy actors help keep the City of Lights lit by clubbing to all hours
Find out what trouble he caused as a kid, and who he relies on the most
Men talk to me all the time about sex, which is only natural, since I'm a sex therapist and I make my living talking to people about their sex lives. But it's funny how many guys like to talk to me when I'm not working, when I'm pushing my sons in their double stroller or watching them at the playground.
"Battlestar Galactica," the TV series that has held up a mirror to post-9/11 politics and paranoia for the past four seasons, comes to an end Friday.
For decades, if you wanted to wear a portable entertainment system on your head, you had to be willing to pass for an extra from Star Trek. Those days are over. Vuzix, a Rochester, N.Y. developer of video eyewear, has a new device scheduled for release this summer: the unobtrusive Wrap 920AV, which weighs just under three ounces and looks like wraparound shades.
I've never been a fan of the cold. As a kid, my favorite part of skiing was the hot chocolate, and I relished blizzards for the snow days, not the snowball fights. So when I booked a trip to the Icehotel in northern Sweden, my family and friends were amused -- and a bit concerned, especially when I got sick days before my flight. "You can't go to the Arctic with a cold!" my mother admonished.
As NASA prepares to hunt for Earth-like planets in our corner of the Milky Way galaxy, there's new buzz that "Star Trek's" vision of a universe full of life may not be that far-fetched.
The Fantasy Island star "will be missed," his son-in-law tells PEOPLE
Actor Ricardo Montalban, star of the hit TV series "Fantasy Island," died Wednesday in Los Angeles, a family spokesman said.
Be excited, but be scared. A world of mind-blowing possibilities is suddenly being thrust upon the world of video gaming.
The geek crowd is in for another bumper year at the movies as filmmakers continue to make a beeline for the bits of pop culture that make fanboys high five.
Admit it -- at one point or another we've all dreamed of being able to teleport. How much easier and less stressful life would be if, at the flick of a switch, we could whisk ourselves direct from home to work without the intervening two hours crushed onto public transport, face wedged into the armpit of a man with a sweat gland problem.
From Captain Kirk on "Star Trek" to Denny Crane on "Boston Legal," William Shatner has been a fixture on television for decades.
Of all the holiday films to depict the giddy anticipation of Christmas, only one has inspired a cable marathon, a booming leg lamp industry and fans who dress up in pink bunny suits.
If you visit YouTube.com - where close to half of all online video is seen - the power-to-the-people motto "Broadcast yourself" appears at the top of your browser. Lately, though, it's hard not to wonder if the "you" in YouTube doesn't increasingly refer to "them": the Big Kahuna media companies whose video wares have been gaining more notice both on YouTube and elsewhere on the web.
In a video posted on William Shatner's website Wednesday, the actor lashes out at onetime co-star George Takei for not inviting him to his wedding last month
The actor and his partner, Brad Altman, exchange vows while standing in a circle of yellow rose petals
"It's high time we made it legitimate," he says of his relationship with partner Brad Altman