A sophisticated prediction software ran tens of thousands of scenarios and picked one team to win 60 percent of the time
No immediate reports of damage or injuries, no threat of tsunami
Google said the site's staff can't keep up with - and take down - all the terrorist propaganda and violent material that gets posted
In a one-day-only promotion, the ride service is taxiing pups to homes and offices for 15-minute blocks of playtime
NASA pauses to memorialize the astronauts who lost their lives in the Apollo, Challenger and Columbia tragedies
From saving water to building wind turbines, pro teams and leagues are making a play to green up their games
What is behind the wild popularity of TV shows on Netflix? According to the company, it's all about data, but there's also some intuition. CBSN's Elaine Quijano speaks to New Yorker editor Nicholas Thompson about Netflix dancing between intuition and judgment and data when predicting a hit TV show.
Apple sold 34,000 iPhones per hour for 90 days straight, blowing sales estimates out of the water. New Yorker editor Nicholas Thompson joins CBSN with what is driving the demand and whether Apple can ever top this.
Despite phones that cost twice as much as Asian competitors' models, the American tech company is gaining ground
The drone that crashed onto the White House South Lawn has raised questions about the threats posed by small flying drones. Chip Reid speaks to Drone Shield founder Brian Hearing who is trying to keep up with the looming threat from the air.
In order to learn how lava travels before spurting out in an eruption, researchers designed a small rolling robot that can go deep inside a volcano and send live images to the surface.
Townes shared the Nobel Prize in Physics for his development of the light amplification method, which gained use in several fields
National Weather Service supercomputers will be ten times more powerful by October
Taking first place in Chinese smartphone unit sales delivered a massive revenue boost and shows Apple has cracked this market
The messaging app is delving into publishing, briefly
NASA plans to launch "mixed crews" of U.S. and Russian members on each flight as a contingency in case of emergencies
New Yorkers were left fuming after a blizzard that was supposed to dump two feet of snow turned out to be a bust
Dating back some 170 million years, the finds show that these ancient reptiles had features of modern snakes
The growing number of household products that connect to the Internet could be tempting to hackers, the government fears
With spy technology, the Wickr app lets users post secret messages hidden behind pictures of (what else?) kitty cats