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How activists, tech companies and law enforcement are navigating this new chapter in the (long) history of violence against women
A SpaceX rocket went up in flames in a routine test in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Fortunately, nobody was injured in the blast which SpaceX said was caused by an "anomaly." Former NASA astronaut Mike Massimino joined CBSN to discuss.
Samsung is recalling its new flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 7, after several of them burst into flames. CBS News' Marlie Hall has details.
On Sept. 7 – the same day as Apple's iPhone event – the company will start a major app review
Stanford engineers are developing a new fabric that uses nano technology to keep the body far cooler than other materials do
Electronics giant has confirmed 35 instances of the new devices catching fire or exploding; there have been no reports of injuries
Hiring in U.S. slowed in August; Samsung recalls Galaxy Note 7 phones; and Ireland to appeal EU Apple ruling. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
A SpaceX rocket went up in flames in a routine test in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Fortunately, nobody was injured in the blast which SpaceX said was caused by an "anamoly." Former NASA astronaut Mike Massimino joined CBSN to discuss.
Tarantulas are out looking for love, and hikers in Southern California’s Santa Monica Mountains are warned to watch out for the hairy spiders
MIT grad students Dennis Lally and Reed Hayes are pioneering the use of virtual reality with seniors. They introduced the technology to a senior retirement facility, taking residents to France's countryside and Yosemite National Park without stepping outside their door. Michelle Miller has a report.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blew up on a launch pad in Cape Canaveral, Florida, on Thursday. It was set to launch Saturday but was completely destroyed, along with its payload, a $195 million satellite. Vinita Nair reports.
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When an emoji just isn't enough, now you can text-message video snippets to your Facebook friends
Even before Thursday's SpaceX launch pad explosion, the NASA inspector general warned of launch delays for upcoming Boeing and SpaceX flights
NASA's Jeff Williams and Kate Rubins spent six hours and 48 minutes working outside the International Space Station
A hack from 2012 reportedly resulted in the breach of far more user information than previously believed
From Yosemite National Park to a deeply missed home, MIT startup called Rendever is helping seniors with physical limitations travel the world virtually
As speculation about the new iPhone mounts, here's the lowdown on other smartphone makers who are doubling down on lenses
NASA says SpaceX was conducting test firing of unmanned rocket when blast occurred
Forensic science and modern technology help us see what an ancient mummified woman may have looked like in life