The virtual reality headset is due for release next year, but many desktops and almost all laptops won't be able to handle it
Millions of people suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS, but it can be difficult to diagnose. Now two simple new blood tests could help. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
Today’s digital age has brought all kinds of high tech items to the home, from thermostats that think on their own to ovens connected to your smartphone. Now a growing number of Americans are purchasing high tech toilets that come with a digital bidet. Hena Daniels reports from New York.
A new type of electronic seat can turn your regular old toilet into a luxury bidet
Nick Dietz takes a look at the day's best viral videos
Nick Dietz takes a look at the day's best viral videos including a chicken having a hard time recognizing his buddy and a seagull trapped in a trash can.
Scientists observing the remnants of a supernova confirmed the explosion is a wobbly, lopsided affair
The move puts Google in competition with the likes of Amazon and could markedly impact how shoppers interact with stores
Google is making it easier for you to purchase things on your phone by adding a "buy button." CNET's Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more on how it'll work.
As cool as virtual reality gaming might be, the odds of your computer being strong enough to handle it are pretty slim. CNET's Dan Ackerman joins CBSN to explain why.
As the GPS-tagged shark Mary Lee moves along the East Coast, smart and funny updates keep her followers informed and unafraid
The system, still in planning stages, could be used to eliminate some of the space junk that is orbiting Earth
"Mary Lee the Shark" on Twitter is fueling the popularity of a great white shark cruising up and down the East Coast waters. People from outside the scientific community are jumping on board and following one of the world's most elusive creatures. Jericka Duncan reports on how scientists are aiming to capitalize on the predator's popularity.
Meghan Conroy's secure image-sharing technology let's people access healthcare anywhere - virtually.
After the blast destroyed 230 square miles of forest, a new ecosystem emerged - often more vibrant and diverse than before
Fantastic time-lapse film showcases the vibrancy and beauty of India’s capital territory -- New Delhi. Video courtesy of film maker Jack Fisher. Like him on Facebook, follow him on Twitter and, see more of his work on Vimeo.
NSA memo reports over 42,000 attempts to hack the Department of Defense last year through the Heartbleed bug, but it could have been worse
The first warm-blooded fish, a wearable annoyance sensor, weather report on other planets and more, this week in weird science
The Internet is filled with videos of people's pets, but some charismatic animals become full-blown social media superstars. CBS News' Wendy Gillette looks at what it takes to be a famous fur-ball with a following.
The highlights of May's night sky include Venus, the moon and the world's most famous pattern of stars