Amazon.com is now offering help around the house for a small price. CNET reporter Bridget Carey has more on the new service.
The 1,000-year-old remedy for eye infections does something modern day antibiotics can't
The sea is shrinking, leaving a dry white lakebed where there once was blue water; and to radar satellite it looks like art
Hip hop mogul and rapper Jay Z is enlisting some of his famous friends, in addition to his wife Beyoncé, to try and shake up the music industry. The new "owners" of his recently purchased streaming music site "Tidal" were introduced Monday, including Usher, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Madonna, Kanye West and Alicia Keys. Billboard magazine editor Joe Levy joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the venture.
The White House is expected to announce the reductions Tuesday, the United Nations deadline for submissions of climate change proposals
Breaking news, thoughtful analysis and more video than you can shake a stick at, all in a beautifully redesigned app for Android
The music festivals are telling attendees to leave the longer than arms length devices at home
The astronaut answered questions at the start of his 342-day stay on the space station, which he said feels like "an old home"
Best known for its smartphones, the company is partnering with gaming leader Valve to create a virtual reality platform
HTC is developing new technology for an immersive virtual reality experience. CNET's Dan Ackerman sits down with HTC President Jason Mackenzie to preview the product.
Research identifies a vicious feedback loop between greenhouse gas emissions and the warming effects they cause
The rap entrepreneur's new venture, Tidal, will feature high quality music "the way it was intended to sound by the artists"
NASA's Terry Virts tweeted this video of powerful thunderstorms in Africa from aboard ISS, along with some other gems
Strangers may be taking free cab rides -- on you
Engineers want to eke a little more work out of the spacecraft before it runs out of fuel and crashes into the planet
It replaces Sony's own Music Unlimited service
There's a new gold rush in Colorado from the state's legal pot industry. Instead of growing weed, some entrepreneurs are cashing in without getting anywhere near the crop. Mark Strassmann reports on the newest source of money from Colorado's billion-dollar marijuana market.
Governor says new Indiana law protects businesses from government persecution, but many say it discriminates against gay people
Wireless charging is here with a product that lets you charge your iPhone or Android device by setting it on a magnetic pad
"HighThere" has found a market connecting cannabis users for friendship and more, but it's just one app cashing in 2nd-hand on the "Weed 2.0" smoke