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2014 was the year of the bigger smart phone, fitness trackers, drones, 3D printing and security hacks. So what will next year bring? CNET's Kara Tsuboi gazes into the tech crystal ball and reports on some of the innovative trends and gadgets you can expect to hit the market in 2015.
Gamers are rejoicing today. Sony's Playstation network and Microsoft's Xbox Live are back up and running after being hacked. CNET editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBSN" with more on whether we should all just get used to this kind of cyber crime.
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The hacker group that took credit for the attack allegedly took payment from an infamous web entrepreneur to stop their network assault
Known by many as "the Good Book," the Bible can now also be called "the small book" - thanks to high-tech scholars
The Jerusalem Nano Bible company has managed to print the smallest original version of The New Testament, legible only by microscope. Allen Pizzey reports.
We’ve all encountered many of those “agree & continue” prompts while browsing the Internet, but as we half-consciously click to proceed, what exactly are we agreeing to? Slate Contributor Seth Stevenson discusses how companies benefit from our indifference to the fine print.
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Drones were some of the most popular gifts for the holidays, but the presents could get their recipients in trouble. Julianna Goldman reports from Washington.
Sony's PlayStation network is offline for the third straight day and Microsoft's Xbox Live is back in service. Both gaming platforms were hacked this week, disrupting Christmas gaming. Carter Evans reports from Los Angeles.
The shooting deaths of two NYPD cops has made police around the country more aware of the power of social media. Shawn Henry, former executive assistant director of the FBI, joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" from Washington to discuss how social media is used in investigations.
North Korea hurls racial slurs against President Obama, accuses U.S. of causing Internet outage amid Sony hacking scandal
A group known as "The Lizard Squad" is boasting about the misery it caused to Xbox and PlayStation users over Christmas
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HBO's hit drama beat out AMC's "The Walking Dead" for the top spot on this year's list
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Gamers who unwrapped a new console on Christmas were disappointed when the online networks for both Xbox and PlayStation went down. A hacking group calling itself Lizard Squad took credit for the disruptions. Tara Mergener reports.
Gamers are anxious to get back online after an attack on some game systems. A group called “Lizard Squad” claimed responsibility for the attack on the Sony and Microsoft platform. Vinita Nair reports.