Groundbreaking class at California's San Quentin gives inmates a chance for well-paid, sought-after work
What once started as a funky little Texas music festival more than 25 years ago, "South by Southwest" has grown. About 150,000 people gathered in Austin for the 10-day showcase of music, independent film and cutting-edge technology. Managing editor for the website Screencrush.com Matt Singer joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from Austin.
Visually stunning time-lapse film made up of several thousand photos taken in New Mexico, Alaska and a few places in between. Super sped up footage from cameras mounted on a car, a boat and even a hot air balloon will take you on an unpredictable adventure. Video courtesy of Knate Myers. Like him on Facebook. Follow him on Instagram. And, click HERE to see this video in beautiful 4K resolution.
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South by Southwest, the annual Austin, Texas, tech festival, is kicking off. The event features all kinds of tech fun, such as a gaming expo, the latest advances in med-tech and even a robotic petting zoo. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with a preview of what visitors can expect.
The world’s largest technology company is not welcoming the competition with open arms. In a move to prepare for the Apple Watch, the tech giant has confirmed that it has booted all other wearable fitness devices from its stores. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with the details.
The Apple Watch officially goes on sale March 24, but that hasn't stopped Chinese counterfeiters from producing some highly coveted knockoffs in advance. As CBS News' Seth Doane reports on CBSN, many of the world's fakes are produced in the southern city of Shenzhen while Chinese companies struggle to produce original devices.
A satellite camera took pictures of the new island, which visitors said was hot to the touch
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In Silicon Valley where women often struggle to get to the top, Parisa Tabriz has become a role model. At any other company, she might be called "security manager," but at Google, she has the self-appointed title of "security princess." Tabriz presides over a team of 30 hackers. John Blackstone reports.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including a lion opening a car door, a flight attendant dancing and a magic door prank. Plus, female comedy trio SketchShe pays homage to a Queen classic.
In the heartland of high-tech, where women often struggle to get to the top, Parisa Tabriz is hacking past barriers