New data shows just how widespread harassment and threats are online, and who is most likely to be a target
Northern California receives half of the country's tech funding, but some surprising cities are also drawing attention from venture capitalists
Engineers at Google believe email is outdated and has not evolved to reflect our changing needs. Now Google is trying to make email more efficient with a new app called "Inbox." NewYorker.com editor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how his test run went with the new program.
The city's Office of Emergency Management ran a training exercise Wednesday that simulated a response to a nuclear explosion in Times Square
A billing glitch involving Bank of America debit cards marked an early hiccup for the mobile payment service launched Monday
Driven by the ongoing drought and the coming winter, bears are encroaching on Reno, Nevada in record numbers.
A look at a revoluationary skateboard that hovers off the ground and could one day protect buildings in an earthquake
The Apple co-founder built the machine in Steve Jobs' garage in 1976
Hump-backed, big-bellied dinosaur looked kind of like Star Wars' Jar Jar Binks
Many industry experts say too few students are learning computer code. Beaver Country Day School in Brookline, Mass., is hoping to change that by incorporating coding into every class. Paula Ebben reports.
Two cosmonauts ventured outside and jettisoned some no-longer-needed components of the International Space Station
New games are more immersive and realistic, but that might not always be a good thing
Scientists gain new understanding of health condition that may have plagued ancient Egyptian royalty
A company in Los Gatos, California has created a real-life hoverboard. The "Hendo" creates a magnetic field so it can float one inch above a metal surface. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports
Owning a piece of the Chinese e-commerce giant provides a huge lift to ailing Internet company
One school is taking a "learning 2.0" approach by integrating coding into history, art and English lessons
Here's when and where to experience this rare cosmic event -- and how to do it safetly
Former Microsoft CEO weighs in on the latest offerings from his former competitor
In what the medical community is calling an incredible breakthrough, a Polish man who was left a quadriplegic after a stabbing, can walk again. The miraculous procedure involved doctors taking cells from his nose and implanting them into his spinal cord. CBS News' Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
Former Microsoft CEO talks about Apple Pay and its inevitability in the mobile phone and payment industries. He also discusses the tech in order to get it off the ground.