An unlikely international "bromance" blossoms thanks to a lost phone, selfies and social media
Moment when moon was completely obscured by Earth's shadow didn't last long but made for quite a show
The spectacular wonder of the shortest lunar eclipse of the century and a total solar eclipse with a ring of fire
Lincoln and Cadillac are hoping to put drivers back in the lap of luxury with their newest, cutting-edge luxury offerings
Lincoln and Cadillac are hoping to put drivers back in the lap of luxury with their newest offerings on display at the 2015 New York International Auto Show. CNET editor-at-large Tim Stevens takes a look at a return to form for big American cars.
The shortest full eclipse of the century will also be an exceptionally long partial eclipse, which is good news for skywatchers
New study suggests it's not the type of game but another factor that could make some children more aggressive
Toyota's distracted driving simulator, on display this week at the New York International Auto Show, uses Oculus Rift glasses to show users just how hard it can be to drive safely while you're distracted.
A mysterious ancient relative of humans apparently roamed the Earth at about the same time as the famous Lucy
Toyota has a new tool for teaching what can otherwise be a deadly lesson
New electronic gadgets are always coming out, but some shoppers are hesitant to buy something they may not like later. Now a new company is letting consumers take these gadgets for a test spin before they buy. Jill Wagner reports.
The coolest, wackiest stories of the week, from a medieval potion that kills superbugs to a volcano that blocked out the sun
See how your team will look at the end of baseball season before it even begins
Lumoid gives customers a week to try out high-tech gadgets before they commit to a pricey purchase
The space telescope caught the haunting remnants of a collision between two distant galaxies
Five years after the tablet took the tech world by storm, sales of the Apple iPad have plateaued. CNET's Jeff Bakalar talks to CBSN about the iPad's successes and future challenges.
When space tourists take off, they'll need this out-of-this-world glass to toast their trip
Locals on Hawaii's Big Island protested the construction of a $1.4 billion telescope on sacred burial grounds
Archaeologists are using a homemade to survey sites follow the trail of stolen antiquities
The state's landscape is poised to look dramatically different as measures are taken to cut back on water