Conservation efforts to protect the huge animals seem to have paid off
The social media site's autoplay video feature can add up to big, unexpected charges on your mobile phone bill, but savvy users can take action now
CEO and co-founder of Tesla Motors, Elon Musk, announced Nevada has been selected as the official site for the Tesla Gigafactory. The Gigafactory will be the largest lithium-ion battery factory in the world.
Tech titan faces questions over the security of its iCloud service and longer-term concerns about its ability to innovate
Goucher College has gotten rid of most of its admission requirements and will now accept applicants who submit cellphone videos
Apple says it is adding new security features to help users protect their photos and personal data
New details emerge as Apple gets ready for its biggest new product event of the year
Asteroid will come within one-tenth of the distance between here and the moon
Motorola brings new design to the formerly square smartwatch world. Will that be enough to get consumers to buy one?
Nature photographer Joel Sartore on science's promise to give extinct bird and animal species a second chance
Excitement is building with the iPhone 6 announcement date around the corner, but CNET senior editor Scott Stein says there are many other devices on the market with similar features that users might want to consider.
High tech meets Fashion Week with a new line of designer smart bracelets
Scientists from the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory say lava could reach the Kaohe Homesteads in five to seven days, but officials have not yet ordered an evacuation
Remarkable "flow-motion" video shines a new light on Catalonia's capital city
A new study from internet research firm ComScore found app usage is up 52 percent from last year. The firm also predicts a rise in app usage next year. CBS New York Jericka Duncan reports.
Apple still has not officially announced the release of a new iPhone, but a handful of folks are braving the elements and camping outside the store. They are prepared to wait weeks to get the new device, and they're also hoping to get some attention.
Technology is now being developed to enable paralyzed ALS patients to control appliances with their brainwaves. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Technology companies are developing life-changing software to help ALS patients, using the power of brainwaves
The FTC has been pursuing companies that allow children to make purchases without their parents' explicit permission
Will the upcoming iPhone 6 really be the ultimate smartphone? There are some other great options on the market