A competition to search for the next generation of wearables featured a selfie drone and a device that helps premature babies
Your Twitter feed is getting a face-lift. The company is planning to reveal major upgrades in the coming months. CNET Tech Reporter Bridget Carey joins "CBSN" to discuss.
Computerized cars pass along more information about their drivers than many motorists realize
First pictures from the space-probe clinging to the surface of a comet have been released. The Philae probe beamed them back to Earth early Thursday morning. The lander bounced at least twice during the landing, but scientists say it is now stable and can start gathering data. NASA Astronaut John Grunsfeld joins CBSN with more on what kind of information will be collected.
The social network has access to a huge trove of personal data and says it wants users to know where it goes
European Space Agency gets the news space gazers around the world have been waiting for
Newly announced climate goals sound ambitious but environmentalists say they can be achieved with or without Congress
The 4.8-magnitude quake was felt as far away as Oklahoma City; no damage reported
The NTSB announces some early findings of the Virgin Galactic spaceship crash investigation
After announcing the first successful comet landing, the European Space Agency is trying to establish what happened next
Websites run by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) were compromised by hackers
A space probe successfully lands on a speeding comet, making space history. The philae lander from the Rosetta Spacecarft landed on a hurtling comet more than 300 million miles away, allowing scientists to unlock secrets of the universe going back almost five billion years. CBSN was monitoring it live as it happened.
The Atlas robot mimics moves made famous in the 1980s flick "The Karate Kid," showing that it has some of the flexibility humans take for granted
Security experts offer some surprising ways to stay one step ahead of the hackers
A California woman claims the iPhone maker failed to tell its customers that they wouldn't be able to receive iMessages from other iPhone users if they switched to an Android phone. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins "CBSN" to discuss the lawsuit.
After a long night in suspense, mission control receives signal confirming first successful landing on the surface of a comet
Six seconds too short? 15 seconds too long? A new app "Ocho" tries to find the perfect balance with 8 second videos. CNET Senior Editor Jeff Bakalar joins "CBSN" to discuss how this new app will differentiate from Vine and Instagram.
Rosetta space probe to land on moving comet after decade-long chase
There's a lot of excitement in the cosmos today. The European Space Agency is attempting to do something never done before -- land a spacecraft on a fast-moving comet. This whole journey started about a decade ago. CBS Correspondent Charlie D'Agata walks us through how scientists are doing it, and CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood weighs in on how likely they'll be successful.
A district judge lets a lawsuit go forward over iMessages that disappear when switching from an iPhone to an Android device