Bubblews, a new social media network, says users who post their thoughts, pictures, and videos online should be getting paid for it. Users earn a penny for every "like," view, and comment. CBS News' Bigad Shaban reports.
Larger, thinner iPhone has an unexpected design flaw; it's been dubbed "Bend-gate"
The fingerprint reader on the iPhone 6 can be fooled by the same trick that unlocks the iPhone 5S -- but it didn't have to be that way
United Therapeutics founder Martine Rothblatt is challenging the limits of human possibilities and changing the way we think about love and human existence
Millions of iPhone 6s are assembled in China but they're not in stores there yet, so many are turning to less scrupulous sources
Wild cheers in command center; success of its first major deep space effort positions India as a host of future commercial launches
As climate change looms, bad news for loons
More than 30 countries pledge to end deforestation by 2030; but the home of most of the world's largest rainforest balks
Social media campaign has gotten more than 5 million pledges
Some social media sites share the wealth with users whose posts go viral
"We do not see a human hand in the warming of the West Coast," says co-author of a new study; may not reflect global trends
Military research agency is developing tiny implantable devices that could help organs heal their own illnesses and injuries
Latest report suggests a new iPad Air will debut next month, with the iPad Mini coming early next year
Competition honors teenagers who are using science to change the world
75-million-year-old specimen is dubbed Rhinorex, or "king nose"
The low-budget Mars Orbiter Mission from India is maneuvering into Martian orbit
But federal hackers who spotted it also praise some Obamacare website security provisions
Casual eateries are shifting to electronic DIY service; play video games while you wait
Ordering your food electronically while inside a restaurant is becoming more popular with casual restaurants across the country. Several eateries now give customers tablets and other devices to order food and pay the bill. CBS News' Jericka Duncan went to one restaurant to see how it works.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can start to set in as the seasons change, but there are ways to combat it