The FBI met with private cybersecurity firms who claim North Korea was not solely responsible for the hack
Just like humans, birds are affected by alcohol. When researchers at Oregon Health & Science University got zebra finches drunk, the birds' songs came out a little bit off.
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Under fire from several cyber experts, the FBI stands by its original conclusion about who is behind the Sony Pictures hack, and others argue that the FBI is right
Google's email traffic dropped suddenly and suspiciously in the country for several days, but showed some recovery Tuesday
Space station commander Barry "Butch" Wilmore and European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti tell CBS News' Bill Harwood that despite the lack of champagne, they will be celebrating New Year's Eve in space. The crew plans on breaking open a grapefruit juice or a tropical punch, and making resolutions for 2015.
Instead of checking Facebook or playing games in your spare time, you can get paid to take surveys or watch videos
The International Space Station's crew is gearing up for New Year's Eve and a busy start to 2015 in orbit
It's shockingly easy for abusers to hack into their targets' phones and computers to keep track of their every move, call and text
From Facebook to Angry Birds, many people turn to their favorite apps when they have a little free time. But now there are apps that will pay you for a few minutes of your time. Some ask your opinion while others pay for taking pictures inside a store. Alison Harmelin reports.
More than half of all new devices activated Christmas week were iPhones and iPads
Syfy's remake of the time-traveling Terry Gilliam movie swaps Willis for Philips as it syncs with the Hue lighting system
Modern technology has transformed the playing field for spies and hackers all over the world. Lindsey Boerma reports.
Stalkers have a new tool for tracking their victims. They're using mobile apps and digital surveillance software. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the spyware is being used to break the law.
The disappearance of the jetliner is refocusing attention on weather-related issues that have contributed to other commercial airline crashes in the past. Among them, malfunctions caused by ice and very violent weather pilots can experience at high altitudes. Don Dahler reports on how dangerous flying can get when the weather is bad.
Last week, CBS News reported on a Silicon Valley cybersecurity firm that had an alternative theory about who was behind the Sony Pictures hack. Norse has now shared its ideas with the FBI, while the U.S. government maintains that North Korea bears sole responsibility for the attack. Elaine Quijano reports.
A driver in New Jersey captured video of a meteor streaking through the sky Monday evening.
Although the FBI believes North Korea was responsible for hacking the movie company, several experts have stepped forward to say it may have been an inside job