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The tiny LightSail spacecraft overcame multiple glitches since launching to Earth orbit last month
Apple is expected to debut a new music streaming service at its Worldwide Developers Conference this week. CNET's Dan Ackerman discusses.
Common cheating methods include hiring surrogate test-takers and using wireless equipment to communicate during high-stakes test
The company hopes to change how we buy and listen to music, as it takes aim at rivals like Spotify. CNET editor-at-large Tim Stevens joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what's on deck at Apple's annual developers conference.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos, including a canine with amazing balancing ability and a YouTube star who covers his face with 10,000 bees.
U.S. Geological Survey seismologist Lucy Jones sorts out Hollywood's depiction of the Big One
Absolutely stunning time-lapse footage from some of the most amazing national parks and locations throughout the American West and New Zealand. Film by Shawn Reeder. Follow Shawn on Facebook and Instagram. See more of his work on Vimeo.
Australian species has long mating sessions with many partners, and then the males drop dead
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos
Star Wars-inspired hologram technology will soon be available for anyone. A West Palm Beach company can turn you into a 3D optical illusion. Kathleen Walter of WPEC-TV reports.
"It's as realistic as you can get without it being you," says the president of AIM Holographics
Those looking to buy one of the coveted wearables will no longer have do so online
A nest's worth of 67-million-year-old fossilized eggs found in China had a beautiful bright blue hue
A looming catastrophe: Salton Sea may soon become a desert playground as coastal Southern California clamors for more water
Research moves closer to bio-artifical limb replacement that could someday help humans
Eggs of a Brazilian wandering spider were discovered by a family in a bag of bananas
Apple tends to stay tight lipped before its big parties, but here's some of what you can expect to see - and not see - next week
Apple geeks are converging on the company's annual developers conference. We have a sneak peek at the new toys Apple may roll out.
"The reality is that there is no hiatus," said the lead author of a new study
The man in charge of the Golden Gate Bridge is trying to restrict the use of drones around the world-famous structure. He believes they could be putting lives in danger. John Blackstone reports.