Will robots take over the world? Maybe not this generation, but prominent leaders say ‘yes’ and that humanity is at stake. Last summer, for the first time, a computer passed the Turing Test. Anthony Mason reports.
Remarkable time-lapse film displays some of Earth's greatest views, shot over two years in Tenerife, Italy, France, Scotland, and England. Video courtesy of James Hollins and Wilderness Media. Like them on Facebook. Follow them on Instagram, Twitter and Vimeo. Equipment supplied by Kessler Crane.
A new census of the Amur leopard shows that its numbers have more than doubled since 2007, raising hopes that it will recover
There's no official word on when the Aquaman movie will be released, but director Zack Snyder tweeted out a photo of the Aquaman costume.
Scientists blame "ridiculously resilient ridge" of high pressure for blocking winter storms and keeping temperatures above normal
Insiders say the company is revving up to break into the auto market by 2020, which could be both bad and good for competitors
Kandel, a Nobel Prize-winning neuroscientist, reflects on Sacks' contributions to the field of neurology and recent op-ed in The New York Times about his cancer diagnosis
How to catch a rare sight Friday and Saturday nights, when the moon, Venus and Mars will practically meet in one place
Like so many other iPhones, a Manhattan man’s phone ended up overseas after it was taken. CBS2’s Tracee Carrasco explains how the owner discovered where it ended up.
A New York man whose phone was stolen a year ago started seeing pictures from China showing up in his photostream
Parents can able to set time limits, control the volume and stop worrying that their kids will happen upon inappropriate videos
Each year, the Oscars get a tech upgrade, especially in the area of sound. What does it take to put on Hollywood's grandest awards show for celebrities in the auditorium and viewers around the world? CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports from Los Angeles.
Government spies stole encryption codes to eavesdrop on mobile phonecalls, according to documents leaked by Edward Snowden
Getting the Dolby Theatre ready for the big night takes lots of behind-the-scenes work and miles of wires
The frozen continent hums with vital scientific inquiry: "We can't afford to ignore what's going on down there"
Kids can now look forward to their own version of YouTube, with a child-friendly version soon to be available for mobile devices. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with some of the features it will offer to parents.
Apple wants to jump into the automotive industry. Reports indicate the tech giant wants to start car production as early as 2020. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more on what kind of car we might expect.
A British company wants to release millions of genetically modified mosquitoes in a Florida neighborhood. They say this will stop the spread of two deadly diseases, but residents are skeptical. The mutant bugs would target a specific species of mosquito that is so troublesome, the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District spends more than a million dollars a year trying to fight it. Anna Warner reports.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including a dog that lets himself in a car, a teen achieving his dunking dream and five years of stunning sun images. Plus, a Ford Mustang speed dating prank.
If a U.K. company gets its way, you fight them in Florida by releasing a load of genetically modified bugs, but residents fear they're being used as "guinea pigs"