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Bloomberg Businessweek's special 85th anniversary issue features the 85 most disruptive ideas in business over the past 85 years. Josh Tyrangiel, the editor of Bloomberg Businessweek, joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about the ideas shaking up the industry. For more information, check out the complete list.
Social media users were quick to point out that grand jury's decision not to indict officer in Eric Garner's death highlights limitations of video footage
Charging on the go, a three-way keyboard, geo trackers for your gadgets and more
After being launched into the wrong orbit in August, ESA's Galileo satellite is finally operational
After a minor frenzy, University of Texas officials confirmed that 100 brain specimens were not stolen or lost; they were thrown out
The new crop of fitness bands ups the tracking ante, with selections for hardcore info junkies, kids and even pets
The eminent theoretical physicist says humans evolve too slowly to ever compete with such an advanced system
Viewers are increasingly tuning in for TV shows and movies on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon streaming and other services
Streaming-media players are increasing in popularity, with Roku leading the pack. Now, Google's Chromecast has also jumped ahead of Apple TV in sales. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more.
Twitter is making changes to fight bad behavior online. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more on how harassment has become a big problem for the microblogging service.
NASA is sending the unmanned spacecraft Orion beyond Earth's orbit. NASA Administrator Charles Bolden discusses the important test flight on CBSN.
The protected area, covering a swath of sea twice the size of California, is a response to impacts of global warming in the Arctic
The site admits to being technologically unprepared for PSY's record-setting popularity
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, there's a whole new crop of fitness trackers, even ones for your kids and pets. Sumi Das takes a look at the latest fitness trackers in this CNET holiday gift guide.
Whether it was theft or a prank, professors don't yet know. What is for sure: "They are no longer in the basement"
President Obama made history this year as the first president with a 3D portrait. Experts used cameras and 3D scanners to produce a 3D printed bust and mask. Norah O'Donnell reports.
PayPal co-founder Max Levchin sits down with "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new venture, Affirm, a consumer finance startup that offers online point of sale loans that allow you to repay in three, six or 12 months.
At a time when online threats are raising questions about the definition of free speech on the Internet, a move to take aggression more seriously
Yahoo's top five searches are out with Ebola and video game "Minecraft" topping the list. Ariana Grande and "The Hunger Games" actress Jennifer Lawrence made it in the top ten for the first time. Gayle King reports.
A major computer hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment is far from over, as hackers took new movies like "Fury" and "Annie" and leaked them on the internet. Sony executives also confim some of the studio's internal records were stolen. Cybercrime expert and journalist Brian Krebs joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Sony hacking and gives tips on protecting personal information.