SciTech Headlines From CBSNews.com
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Some of the nation's most famous historic sites may be at risk
"Ask" button begins appearing on Facebook, giving users a new way to prod their friends about private details
Biggest study of its kind will research the impact of cell phone technology on developing brains, memory and attention
Warm winter brings earliest grape growing season in memory, but vineyards worry what it means for the future
New research finds people pick spouses with similar genetic profiles
Wine lovers might soon be able to enjoy a more tasty pour thanks to Mother Nature. Unusually warm temperatures could result in more flavorful wine being produced in California's Napa Valley. Unfortunately, the spike in temperatures could also have a detrimental impact on the wine industry long term. CBS News' Bigad Shaban reports.
Network says it is premiering its new series about the early days of personal computing on the social media site Tumblr
Tongue-in-cheek proposal seeks to improve the lives of farm animals through virtual reality technology
Today's Google doodle is a treat for puzzle lovers everywhere
SpaceX Dragon spacecraft returns home safely after a month in orbit, carrying tons of equipment and data from 150 experiments
Nearly 100 arrests worldwide; cybercriminals allegedly gained control of computer files and webcams and held data for ransom
YouTube is reportedly in talks to buy Twitch, a popular live-streaming site for video gamers
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis and Huge CEO Aaron Shapiro share what they look for in potential new employees and offer up what they feel recent graduates can do to get a leg up as they try and find a job.
U.S. government stepping in to fight "coffee rust," which is attacking plants across Latin America, and has caused $1 billion in damage so far
New species of titanosaur would have gone head-to-head with seven-story building
He can't return to wild but might mate with blind female turtle that shares his tank
Launch is part of plan to replace older spacecraft and improve system's capabilities
If you have an emergency and own a cell phone, you may have a new way of getting help in a hurry. Major mobile carriers now offer a text-to-911 feature, but many emergency call centers aren't ready to incorporate the technology. CNET.com's Sumi Das reports.
Six-ton elephant, long hunted by poachers and profiled by CBS News in 2012, found dead with truncated tusks hacked off
Seismologist Thorne Lay of the University of California, Santa Cruz explains research suggesting that certain observations can be made which could help in predicting earthquakes.