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It's made one amazing discovery after another for almost 25 years, and Hubble is not done yet
Devices like mobile phones can often lead to distracted driving, but there are high-tech ways to make being behind the wheel safer - especially for teens. CNET’s Sumi Das reports how a sensor paired with an app aim to remove some of the distractions, but still keep you connected.
A University of California professor develops software that can adjust images on computer screens for users with vision problems
Software that helps millions of people work from home may have serious security flaw that allowed hackers to compromise major corporations
Translucent lab animals could be used for biological and medical research
U.S. law enforcement wants to force software company to turn over emails stored in Ireland
Technology can contribute to distracted driving, but these tech tools might actually make teen drivers safer
A University of California professor is developing software that can adjust images on computer screens so that people with vision problems could read them without needing glasses. Allen Martin from CBS station KPIX reports.
Project to spread free Internet access launches in African nation where millions lack service
Octopus with the longest brooding time known of any animal on the planet did not leave her eggs until they hatched
Several startup technologies can alert parents when their children are left behind
"It's amazing. It truly is. Given all the things that can fail," NASA official says
Researchers test the accuracy of stock market forecasts using data from Google Trends
Many Internet-connected devices and home appliances could leave users exposed to hackers, researchers say
Two more gaping holes in the Earth have been found near a place known as the "end of the world"
Six-year-old Alex Pring was born without an arm, but now thanks to some students at the University of Central Florida, Alex has a brand new "bionic" arm. Loren Korn from WKMG-TV reports.
Self-driving cars -- including one with no human driver at all -- will be road tested in three cities
Electronic Arts introduces EA Access, a gaming subscription service exclusively for Xbox One
With personal health going mobile, there are thousands of apps available -- but how do you know if they're accurate?
Loaded with seven tons of supplies, including cappuccino and tiramisu, the final ESA cargo flight launches to ISS