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Former Microsoft CEO weighs in on the latest offerings from his former competitor
In what the medical community is calling an incredible breakthrough, a Polish man who was left a quadriplegic after a stabbing, can walk again. The miraculous procedure involved doctors taking cells from his nose and implanting them into his spinal cord. CBS News' Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
Former Microsoft CEO talks about Apple Pay and its inevitability in the mobile phone and payment industries. He also discusses the tech in order to get it off the ground.
We think of the web as being 24/7, but in some parts of the globe, the Internet finds time to snooze
Cells harvested from the patient's nose helped return function to a damaged spinal cord
Former Microsoft CEO shows his love for basketball as he transitions into his new role as owner of an NBA franchise
The former Microsoft CEO shares why he left the company and what he thinks is his biggest achievement and disappointment during his tenure at the tech giant.
Apple says it will no longer break out retail store and iPod sales, and forget about detailed stats on the Apple Watch, due next year
Dozens of merchants are accepting Apple Pay, with more slated to add the payment system by the end of the year
The tech giant lauched "Apple Pay," a new system for buying everyday items using an iPhone. CNET's senior editor Sharon Profis joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the digital wallet.
Apple says its new mobile payment system, Apple Pay, is convenient and secure, but will it win over consumers? CNET's Kara Tusboi reports.
British scientists have developed a new washing machine that uses plastic beads to help get stains out of clothes. Major U.S. hotel chains are already using the new technology and engineers say they're working on model that can be used at home. CBS' Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
As September hit a new high, global temperatures reach unprecedented levels - and they're not stopping
Apple's new mobile payment system is now available, and here's how to set it up in a few easy steps
Hundreds of thousands of cranes stop in Germany on their way to warmer climates
How will a Microsoft wearable device compare to the Apple Watch?
With iPhone 6's selling briskly in China, users who think they are connecting their new phones to Apple iCloud may encounter a security threat
Apple is betting that Apple Pay will give consumers a whole new reason to buy iPhones and iPads
Lab at the University of Texas at San Antonio gets Pentagon funding to see if brain waves can direct drone movement
Andrea Gonzales, 16, and Sophie Houser, 17, created their own video game to empower girls and fight sexism in gaming. The game "Tampon Run" features a female protagonist hurling tampons at her enemies.