Microsoft is fixing a so-called "freak" vulnerability, leaving Windows devices open to hackers. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN to explain why it went undetected for 10 years.
President Obama will meet with some of the country's brightest young minds on Wednesday. They are in Washington for the Intel Science Talent Search. Forty high school seniors vied for a $150,000 top prize for their experiments and discoveries. Wyatt Andrews reports on how their contributions could be invaluable.
Many colleges face disturbing anonymous comments posted on an app called Yik Yak. The messages range from racism and sexism to threats of violence on more than a dozen campuses. New York Times business editor Peter Lattman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss a recent viral New York Times report on "Yik Yak."
Yong minds at the Intel Science Talent Search are solving "big world" issues, says Intel's president
CBS News gets a rare look at the difficult work being done by a group literally lifting the giant animals out of the reach of brutal poachers
Seismologist predict nearly 100 percent chance "The Big One," a magnitude 8 or higher earthquake, will hit California in the next 30 years
After 7,000 years of preservation, the world's oldest mummies suddenly started rotting; now researchers think they know why
When you compare the potential losses a company might actually bear to the cost of plugging holes, the decision is easy
A new study finds that the whales, once extinct in the Atlantic Ocean, could return as Arctic ice melts and sea levels rise
Scientists hope the discovery of the dwarf galaxies will shed light on the mysteries of dark matter
The site's founder said government surveillance violates user privacy and "erodes the original promise of the Internet"
After a huge increase in seismic activity, due in part to fracking, scientists worry bigger quakes are in store for the state
Apple TV will now cost $69, and will feature "HBO Now" next month. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with what many are calling some exciting news.
Apple revealed that prices for its first wearable device will range from $349 to $17,000. What can it do that your iPhone or iPad can't? CNET's Bridget Carey ticks off the benefits.
Apple revealed its new product yesterday, their newest iWatch line. But what can it do that your iPhone or iPad can't? As CNET's Bridget Carey tells CBSN, not much.
Apple announced major changes to its MacBook line, including the elimination of ports. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with the details.
The long-awaited Apple Watch will hit stores next month, and it will not come cheap. John Blackstone reports on how the watch was not the only big announcement from Apple.
The company's patented metal blend is tougher and more scratch resistant than regular gold -- perfect for a $17,000 timepiece
Apple revealed new details about its new line of smartwatches, and while the device looks sleek and promises a wide array of amazing functions, it remains to be seen whether wearing on your wrist will really catch on. Danielle Nottingham reports.
CNET's Scott Stein was one of the first to take the new wearable device for a test drive; what does he think?