Paleontologists discovered a 220-million-year-old, 7-foot-long amphibian that "looks like something out of a bad monster movie"
As faith in the U.S. space tourism business teeters, Russia is relaunching efforts to put amateur astronauts in orbit
A Dutch energy company is joining forces with a tech startup to turn heat-generating servers into "e-Radiators"
The video game streaming network said accounts -- some of which were connected to YouTube and Twitter -- may have been hacked
New data clears up a case of mistaken stellar identity stretching back to the year 1670
Climate change-related rising sea levels are expected to intensify erosion; "It's half of our economy"
The makers of Instagram have announced a new app that will let you combine multiple photos into a single photo.
Inventor Paul Moller was sure it'd work and invited CBS News cameras to capture the manned test flight in action
Billions of years ago, Jupiter hurled other planets into the sun, setting the stage for solar system 2.0 and Earth's formation
Research finds that solid waste from sewers contains gold, silver and other metals that could be reused in electronics
U.N. report: Countries across the globe could suffer a 40 percent water deficit in only 15 years
The European Space Agency may turn to lowly fishing nets to rid the galaxy of dead satellites and other dangerous debris
Some record labels are reportedly putting pressure on Spotify to limit what it will give away for free
From maintaining the temperature in the living room to locking your doors remotely, how you run your house is changing
The singer reportedly purchased TaylorSwift.porn and TaylorSwift.adult before anyone else could do the same
"The Octopus" can be used to traverse the rubble and handle residual nuclear waste
Record companies are asking Spotify to limit free music. CNET's Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more on whether harsher limits will attract or repel customers.
The British herd will feast on invasive grasses that took over a former military zone after the Soviet withdrawal
The private sector efforts are meant to help underrepresented groups pursue education in science, technology, engineering and math
The spring edition of CNET Magazine takes an in-depth look at “smart homes,” from the living room to the garden. CNET.com’s editor-in-chief Lindsey Turrentine joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the next-generation of home gadgets.