The 300-toothed frilled shark is one of the most primitive sharks on Earth, dating back 80 million years
The company will show off more features of its upcoming Windows operating system at an event Wednesday
United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket boosted a Navy satellite that will serve as a "cell phone tower in space"
Astronaut Scott Kelley spoke to CBS news about his plan to spend a year in space aboard the International Space Station while his twin brother Mark stays on earth. As Don Dahler reports, the mission could provide crucial data needed in setting up a trip to Mars.
Space exploration company raises $1 billion in new funding, including money from the Internet and financial giants
Hundreds of ancient papyrus scrolls that were buried after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius could finally be read
The woman was awarded $134,000 after it was revealed DEA agents had taken photos and other data from her cellphone to set up the fake page to lure would-be criminals
Police are reportedly using a device allows them to detect the presence of people inside buildings without having to enter
The teen is too young to be the legal CEO of his own firm, Braigo, which has received funding from Intel Capital
A must-see performance in Japan featured 100 small humanoid robots doing a synchronized dance routine
Japanese scientist Tomotaka Takahashi programmed 100 miniature Robi robots to dance in sync. The robots are about one foot tall and weigh just over two pounds.
The French magazine has released an app featuring an English translation of its most recent issue
As it flies safely past Earth Jan. 26, asteroid 2004 BL86 will come near enough to be seen with amateur equipment
As computer security becomes increasingly insecure, tech companies are finding ways to use your biology to unlock your devices
Access from third-party websites could let companies gather data on visitors to HealthCare.gov in real time
Tech companies are working on ways to better protect you without passwords and pin numbers. You could use your body to unlock devices, sign into accounts and make payments. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
India's latest census shows a sharp increase in the endangered cats' numbers, raising hopes that conservation efforts are working
Astronaut Scott Kelly will try something no American has ever done before, while his twin, retired astronaut Mark Kelly, spends the mission on Earth. As NASA looks towards an eventual three-year long round trip to Mars, the Kelly brothers have become key to figuring out how to prepare for and protect the human body during lengthy trips in space. Don Dahler reports.
Officials say that U.S. intelligence knew North Korea was trying to infiltrate America's computer systems, years before the Sony hack. According to the New York Times, the NSA was tracking North Korean computer activity as far back as 2010. Bob Orr reports.
The U.S. intelligence community has a smoking gun in the case facilitated by an NSA hack in 2010, according to a report