If you're looking for a gift that's sure to impress, CNET.com's Sumi Das looks at some high-tech gadgets that may be worth the splurge in this CNET holiday gift guide.
Noticing wiggling in the belly of the beached shark, the good Samaritan used a pocketknife to free three live babies, then released them in the water
The faces of a decade-long class action lawsuit alleging iPods blocked non-iTunes music may own devices not covered by the suit
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including a baby monkey getting a toothbrush massage, how to remove a Mo-vember mustache and a giant panda playing in the snow. Plus, a Japanese LTE provider gives a whole new meaning to "fast food."
After wind and sticky valves delay inaugural launch of NASA's new deep space vehicle, forecast for 2nd attempt is ominous
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos
Ride-sharing startup's mammoth new venture capital round values the company at $40 billion
"Girl Online," from vlogging phenom and first-time author Zoe Sugg, aka Zoella, is the U.K.'s fastest selling book of 2014
The sale of the Nobel medal far exceed Christie's projections, despite lingering controversy over Watson's racist comments
Electric eels are one of the few species that use electrical discharges to capture prey, but until now scientists didn't understand how
Three-judge panel denies "legal personhood" to Tommy, who lives alone in a cage in upstate New York
NASA's launch of its Orion spacecraft has been scrubbed for a day. CBS News correspondent Chip Reid joins CBSN from the Kennedy Space Center with more on the problems plaguing the launch.
Businessweek's nods to the biggest innovations since its founding include Walmart, the Pill and kitty litter
Another brand of smart glasses will soon hit the market. Intel has teamed with Luxottica to create a new line of eyewear they promise will be stylish too. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with more on how companies are looking to make wearable tech more fashionable for consumers.
Google has a new test to weed out robots from its account sign-up process. The system will replace CAPTCHA, a test that had users type out distorted letters and numbers to prove that they're human beings. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with more on why Google is getting rid of the old system.
A class action lawsuit is demanding $350 million over allegations Apple removed music downloaded from competing services from some iPods
CNET.com's Sumi Das shows off the website's favorite smart home and car gadgets of the season. Among them are the a portable battery jump-starter and a robot that plays fetch.
NASA's highly-anticipated deep space exploration test flight was postponed after technical difficulties Thursday morning
London's Natural History Museum displays the world's most complete stegosaurus skeleton
NASA is launching the Orion space capsule Thursday morning. Officials say it's a crucial step toward a manned mission to Mars. Chip Reid reports from the Kennedy Space Center.