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As part of Distracted Driving Awareness Month, Kentucky and West Virginia drivers can download the Text Limit app for free. The app stops users from texting, calling, or surfing the web when their cars are moving at a designated speed. WLKY's Lexy Scheen reports.
With no more support from Microsoft, users still running XP are at risk if future security holes are exploited
A pair of brothers in Florida created an app that they think will stop drivers from texting while they are driving. The app is available on Android devices - but there are still a few holes in the technology.
After establishing that climate change is real and dangerous, scientists now have to figure out what to do about it
With the Android OS already built into Chromecast and Amazon's Fire TV, The Verge reports that Android TV will be next
Downtown Philadelphia got a classic video game treat in a stunt that could break a world record
Boy figured out how bypass security and log into Xbox Live without a password
Solar Dynamics Observatory captures "graceful" eruption on surface of the sun
Nest Labs, recently bought by Google for more than $3 billion, has stopped selling its smoke and carbon monoxide detector because of a problem with a feature letting people temporarily disable the alarm by waving their hands in front of the device. Charlie Rose reports.
App designers in Kentucky and Florida think they've found a tech solution to a deadly epidemic
Nest Labs halts sales of its smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to address safety concerns
The first of six satellites, the European Space Agency's new monitoring system will provide information about natural disasters
They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but that doesn't mean we can't have a little fun with hair and makeup. CBSNews.com's technology editor Chenda Ngak shares her favorite beauty apps.
Believe it or not, an app can deliver a hair stylist to your home or office -- find out how
The Atlas V rocket carrying a satellite for the U.S. Air Force has been launched into space. Liftoff took place at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
Ocean of water as big as Lake Superior is hidden beneath the icy surface. Could it support life?
Half-billion-dollar satellite heads into orbit carrying high-tech forecasting gear