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After a journey of 442 million miles, unmanned spacecraft is closing in on Martian orbit
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' space company will develop a powerful new rocket engine in partnership with United Launch Alliance
"It's spooky," a Clearwater, Fla., fisherman said, comparing the toxic algae bloom to "boiled red Georgia clay"
Year-long Senate investigation concludes defense contractors generally fail to report break-ins of their systems
What the updated software promises to do, and how to prepare your devices for download
Google, Audi and a small number of other companies get permits to road-test self-driving vehicles
The new phones will not be available in stores until Friday, but CNET's editors have already tested them out
A debate has sprung up about the device's oversized shape, with some calling it sexist
A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket blasted off boosting a classified satellite into space. The rocket put on a brief but spectacular show as the booster knifed through low clouds and disappeared from view.
If you sync apps and files between your iPhone and Mac, you may want to hold offf on iCloud Drive
The new larger iPhones have already set an Apple sales record for pre-orders. While the phones won’t be available in stores until Friday, a couple of CNET editors have already tested the devices. CNET's Sumi Das discusses what differentiates the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
New research led by the University of Leicester in the U.K. gives a blow-by-blow account of the injuries inflicted on King Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field on Aug 22, 1485. Modern forensic analysis of the King’s skeletal remains reveals that three of his injuries had the potential to cause death quickly.
America is one step closer to leaping back into manned space launches. Two American companies have won government contracts to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station. Craig Boswell reports.
Two companies will team up to build first commercial spacecraft to carry astronauts to the International Space Station
A growing group of people are camping out at the Apple Store on 5th Avenue in Manhattan to be the first to get their hands on an iPhone 6. Some have been there for over two weeks. They share their stories and experiences with CBS News.
Scientists in New Zealand have a rare opportunity to check out an intact giant squid
Hundreds of plant and animal species have been named for famous people. These are some of our favorites
The complex surgery "went swimmingly," according to a statement from the animal hospital where the operation took place
Symantec VP says policy of blocking LGBT sites inconsistent with "values and the mission of our software"
Some Silicon Valley parents are following Steve Jobs' lead and keeping electronic devices away from their children