A technological revolution has reach the Antarctic, where scientists successfully used an underwater sub to gauge the thickness of the sea ice
A group of former Tinder employees are trying to make mobile matchmaking more respectful
No confirmation yet on who exactly shut down the city's website, but Anonymous is taking responsibility
Planned for 2017, Orlando's Skyscraper roller coaster will rise over 500 feet into the air
Prosthetic arms or legs normally cost thousands of dollars, but a UNC student has made a functioning hand at a much more affordable price
A growing number of consumers are opting for phones that cost a third as much as top-of-the-line models, but get the job done - and then some
A Russian Soyuz rocket successfully blasted off from Kazakhstan on Sunday carrying fresh crew members to the International Space Station
CBS News talks to U.S., Russian and European Space Agency astronauts about science, medical experiments to be conducted over next several months
David Pogue samples the latest from the frontlines of culinary tech. including recipes created by a computer
Modern cars are leaded with technology and information, making them susceptible to hackers. Security experts have been able to take control of a car's steering, brakes and lights, among other functions. Dan Ackerman, senior editor at CNET, joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to discuss the technology.
Remarkable time-lapse video displays the beauty and the bright lights of Las Vegas, Nevada. Video courtesy of Eddie Peter Hobson of Capture The World. Follow him on Twitter HERE.
The 40-seat shuttle runs on gas made from food waste and sewage
The slide was the largest on record, covering an area the size of Rhode Island
The e-commerce giant may begin offering booking for boutique hotels near three major U.S. cities at the start of the new year
Online retailer Amazon is looking to get into the travel booking industry. According to Mashable, the company has plans to start offering bookings for hotels and resorts. CNET Senior Editor Jeff Bakalar joins "CBSN" with more.
A $1 to $3 monthly subscription will buy you partially ad-free browsing, and make up for sites' lost revenue
No one likes seeing pop-up ads when they're surfing the web. But how much would you pay to get rid of them? Google is testing out a new system to hide ads, for a fee. CNET Senior Editor Jeff Bakalar joins "CBSN" to discuss how it'll work.
A visit to a NYC grocery store where every item is frozen
Don't be fooled by all that snow. The latest weather data shows the world is on pace for a record hot 2014
A Supreme Court ruling against its TV-transmission technology left the company mortally wounded and unable to operate