When Adam Savage ordered a replica of Captain Kirk’s Star Trek chair off eBay, he found it to be “totally sad and not accurate.” What’s a fanboy who also happens to be capable of building practically anything to do? Watch the (long, but entertaining and Shatner-approved) video below to find out.
Josh Millard wrote and performed this musical retelling of the classic Star Trek episode "The Trouble with Tribbles," with a little help from Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble." Let "I Knew You Were Tribbles" serve as a warning to anyone who brings furry little breeders home without getting their full backstory.
It appears that an iconic piece of the 23rd century just landed at the University of British Columbia's SPIN Lab. It's called Cuddlebot, and it looks — and even responds — in a way that's eerily reminiscent of Star Trek's tribbles. Developed by Anna Flagg, it can sense and react to nine different kinds of gestures.…
Yesterday we discussed at what age it's appropriate to allow your children to watch darker science fiction classics. And once your kids get over their fear of Spock's eyebrows, you can chart their height on this nifty poster.
Either there's a legitimate Star Trek Tribble for sale at eBay today, or someone is about to make $5,000 off a large multi-colored cotton ball.
No sooner has Star Trek been released than people have started throwing around ideas for a sequel. Klingons? Khan? The Borg? We'd like your opinions, please: Who should NuKirk jerk around next?
You now have your chance to own a piece of television history... If, by "history," I mean "prop from Deep Space Nine that resembles Donald Trump's hairpiece. Yes, genuine Star Trek Tribbles are for sale.