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The winky, smiley little faces may soon look more like us, in an It's a Small World kind of way
Will consumers pay $950 for a phone with an extra side of screen?
Historical crime trends don't support the notion that violence in movies and video games causes violence in the real world, according to a new study
The controversial devices are not allowed in the U.S., but that does not always discourage people from buying them
Two pictures, taken just 48 hours apart, show the eye of the powerful storm developing
Canadian laws allow international scientists to patent genes there, which allows the patent holders to restrict medical testing on the gene. One Canadian scientist is not challenging the practice in the country's federal court. CBS News partner CBC has the story.
Users can sign up to be among the first to try out the Skype Translator service
Both sites are offering reminders as well as easy links to help voters find their polling place
The matchmaking app is breaking up with founder Sean Rad, following a sexual harassment lawsuit
The e-commerce company extends an Amazon Cloud Drive perk that was only available to Fire device owners
A Russian monument to Steve Jobs has been removed since Tim Cook, Apple's current CEO, came out as gay. The monument, which was in the shape of an over-sized iPhone, was located on a university campus in St. Petersburg. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Timeline released by NTSB raises many questions; why did co-pilot unlock braking system early?
New apps for devices aim to take the pain out of the journey
Dispatchers took emergency calls by hand for the duration of the outage
A leaked video from Apple's senior vice president of retail suggests a new, later release date than expected
The latest in the Call of Duty series went on sale Monday -- here's what the first reviews are saying
With a new and improved operating system on the horizon, the company ends retail sales
See why the actor told Jimmy Fallon filming lifelike scenes for "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" was unlike any experience he's ever had
Apple CEO's announcement that he is gay described as a "public call to sodomy" by St. Petersburg company, which said iPhone statue violated Russia's anti-gay laws
Astronaut Reid Wiseman, aboard the International Space Station, said accidents are inevitable in spaceflight, and he is optimistic that Virgin Galactic will recover from its fatal crash