After the latest hacking attack, it's time to upgrade your passwords or try one of these alternatives
A security firm found that Russian hackers have stolen the largest known collection of username and passwords
The next iPhone could be introduced in just a few weeks
At Las Vegas conference, hackers pick apart popular technology in the interest of better security
Horse communication may be more sophisticated than humans realized, researchers say
University of Minnesota researchers are installing an experimental underwater speaker system to ward off Asian Carp near Genoa, Wisconsin. WKBT's Brittany Schmidt reports.
Burial tomb for an ancient king was filled with gold, silver and other riches, and grave robbers didn't get everything
A number of top technical executives recently said that the rush to disclose electronic attacks has gone too far
Ford MyKey, GM Family Link and other options let parents set limits and track their teens on the road
Scientist involved in a scandal over falsified data aparently committed suicide, according to police
A game that encourages players to "drop bombs" on Gaza gets pulled after public backlash
How did microcystin get into the water, and what are the risks it could happen again?
Over six million bats have died from white-nose syndrome since 2007; effects on farmers may be devastating
After 4-billion-mile journey, space mission to a distant comet is expected to reach its target tomorrow
In groundbreaking legal settlement, Corps agrees to pay $143,000 and reveal amount of pollutants its damns are sending into waterways
It used to be that when a family member died, a loved one would be tasked with sorting through their personal effects, but now many documents and photos are kept online. As one Virginia family discovered, accessing that digital information can be extremely difficult. CBS News' Paula Reid reports.
Antiquated privacy laws have left family members locked out of their loved ones' digital accounts, but that's changing -- thanks to one family
The water supply for Toledo, Ohio and southern Monroe County, Mich. was declared unsafe to drink or bathe in for two days as algae blooms spread in Lake Erie
Human skulls may hold a clue to the development of early human societies
What happens when kids encounter antiquated technology? The Fine Brothers find out in a hilarious YouTube video