The annual animal count at the London Zoo
"As the music industry is being dominated by the younger generation, consumers are moving away from downloading songs and moving toward streaming services. Meanwhile, there's a slight resurgence in vinyl records. Newyorker.com editor Nick Thompson joins "CBSN" with more about the trend.
Scientists are puzzling to find out what is mysteriously killing seabirds in British Colombia, Oregon and California
Easy and helpful tips for spending less time glued to your phone, tablet and computer in the new year
A baby gorilla raised by human keepers has been moved to a third zoo in the hopes of finding a family that accepts her
More than 3,500 exhibitors will unveil the next big thing in technology in Las Vegas, from virtual reality to smart homes. Dan Ackerman reports.
Here's when and where to get the best look at the first meteor shower of the new year
Who was really behind the Sony hack? Too bad we can't put 007 on the case.
From the new Apple Watch to more options with Apple TV, expect big things this year from Tim Cook and company
The fast food restaurant warns customers their credit cards may have been hacked
This could call into question the security of fingerprint scanners, which have become popular on many smartphones
This year, one of the hottest pieces of sports equipment is a high altitude training mask. The mask makes it harder to breathe, so that athletes can simulate what it's like exercising at high altitudes. Kris Van Cleave looks into the science behind the mask.
Refresh your phone with some trending new apps for photos, food, rides and more
Recognizing that we can't scroll through all those missed tweets, Twitter introduces a new feature called "While You Were Away"
Looking ahead to 2015, the most successful wearable tech gadgets to date are set to lose steam to the smartwatch
Lawsuit claims Apple failed to disclose how much space upgrades to its iOS8 operating system take on various devices
The baby orca was discovered this week by scientists in the Pacific Northwest
Following a year full of cybersecurity breaches, it appears some U.S. companies are carrying out revenge hacks. According to Bloomberg News, someone from JP Morgan floated a plan to hit back by taking down Iranian servers. Jan Crawford reports.
From personalized medicine to the edge of the solar system, an insiders' look at breakthroughs on the horizon in science and tech
New research shows the technology that makes workers more productive may also lead them to work more hours