Curiosity rover sends back blue-tinged photos from the red planet
Many details of the X-37B mission are classified, but here's what we know
Nearly 83 million Americans say they were not active last year, the highest number since 2009. Streaming workout classes could turn things around. You can get online training for a fraction of the price of gyms or boutique sessions. Vinita Nair reports on how big names in fitness are finding a virtual following.
Tests of driverless vehicles have resulted in several accidents since research project started last year
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University choose a different game than chess to test their artificial intelligence
When "the big one" strikes Los Angeles, many of the city's retrofitted buildings will survive, but what about cell phone towers?
Fantastic time-lapse film examines the ever-changing light and beauty in nature, shot in Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks in northern England`. Video courtesy of Alex William Helin. Like him on Facebook. And, see more of his work on Vimeo.
Berkeley, California, is the latest community to consider safety warnings for cellphones over cancer concerns
The music streaming company would be joining a crowded space dominated by Netflix, Amazon and Hulu
Children with autism and seniors with dementia are also seen as a growing market for wearable tracking devices
Mary Lee, the 3,456-pound shark tagged with an electronic tracker, is "trying to get back to Cape Cod to mate," expert says
Chinese authorities allegedly carried out denial-of-service attacks, intermittently shutting down anti-online censorship group
Samsung and Samsonite are designing bags equipped with GPS tracking; you can even see if anyone's opened them
A new study identifies which common electronic devices suck up the most power when they are idle
They may be good for the ecosystem, but flying spiders give many people the creeps
Jay Z's streaming service has faced a lot of criticism in the wake of its star-studded relaunch in March
College students used to have limited say in who they would get for a dorm roommate. But now, hundreds of universities and colleges worldwide are turning to software programs that help pair students using surveys and matching algorithms. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi reports on how this technology aims to lower the number of bad roommate pairings and improve student satisfaction.
Data breaches proliferate, but millions of Americans fail to protect themselves even after their information is stolen
A new high-tech plate is outfitted with cameras and scales to tell you what you're eating. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green discuss what this means for meals
Online tool helps schools pair up more compatible roommates