Latest report suggests a new iPad Air will debut next month, with the iPad Mini coming early next year
Competition honors teenagers who are using science to change the world
75-million-year-old specimen is dubbed Rhinorex, or "king nose"
The low-budget Mars Orbiter Mission from India is maneuvering into Martian orbit
But federal hackers who spotted it also praise some Obamacare website security provisions
Casual eateries are shifting to electronic DIY service; play video games while you wait
Ordering your food electronically while inside a restaurant is becoming more popular with casual restaurants across the country. Several eateries now give customers tablets and other devices to order food and pay the bill. CBS News' Jericka Duncan went to one restaurant to see how it works.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can start to set in as the seasons change, but there are ways to combat it
Apple, Samsung and other tech companies roll out new security tools to help you protect personal data and photos
Scientists say record-breaking carbon emissions in 2013 were led by increases in these 3 nations
Summer is officially over at 10:29 PM EDT this year, but it doesn't always fall on the same date
How likely is it that a new Apple iPhone 6 or 6 Plus will break when dropped or dunked in water?
Apple releases sales figures for the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and says they set a new record
London, Cairo, other cities also see large turnout in support of action on climate change ahead of UN Climate Summit
Ten months outbound from Earth, NASA's MAVEN spacecraft braked into orbit around Mars Sunday, kicking off a long-awaited mission to study the martian atmosphere
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon cargo ship loaded with more than 5,100 pounds of equipment and supplies bound for the International Space Station blasted off early Sunday from Cape Canaveral.
Jody Hudy, Intel's youngest intern travels the globe showing off the gadgets he makes, but says he loves inspiring others to do the same
SpaceX delays launch of Falcon 9 rocket on space station resupply mission
Slipping on banana peels, using pork to stop nosebleeds, and other improbable research honored with coveted, comical award
It's difficult to send tools and parts to the space station, so soon astronauts will be able to make their own