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Is Facebook getting too smart? The social media company will now use facial recognition on all your photographs whether you like it or not. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more on how it works.
The new entity will aim to ensure that any departments and agencies facing cyber threats will be made aware of them in "as close to real time as possible."
The Obama administration is unveiling a new agency that will protect the U.S. against deepening cyber threats. Former executive assistant director of the FBI Shawn Henry joins CBSN with more on how it will sniff out offenders.
Featuring stone structures symbolizing male and female reproductive organs, the sites were used for fertility and death rituals
The world is getting a look at some souvenirs Neil Armstrong quietly brought home from Apollo 11 and kept secret for decades
Electronics giant Samsung is facing heat from privacy advocates over its smart TVs. The company says its voice recognition system note only records personal conversations, but also may pass them along to third parties. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how you can take back the controls from your TV.
The world is getting a look at some of the souvenirs Armstrong brought home from Apollo 11. They were all gear that NASA was going to throw away, and now they're on display at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in Washington. Wyatt Andrews reports.
Tinder, OkCupid and other online dating platforms have opened up a world of opportunity and confusion for today's singles. CBS News' Parvati Shallow and Alexander Trowbridge get sometimes conflicting advice on how to upgrade your digital dating etiquette.
The growth of dating platforms like Tinder and OKCupid has opened up a world of opportunity and confusion for today's singles. CBS News' Parvati Shallow and Alexander Trowbridge get some advice to help you upgrade your digital dating etiquette.
Think electric Braille, on the tongue: The sensation is like "eating pop rocks or drinking champagne," researchers say
NASA researchers are using a pair of robots to examine the unusual way fluids slosh and bubble on the International Space Station.
A new image by the Hubble telescope captures a galaxy cluster with the appearance of an out-of-this-world smiley face.
Old-fashioned etiquette needs to keep up, but not everyone agrees on the dos and don'ts for digital dating
The process could one day produce an energy source that is carbon neutral and avoids the pitfalls of biofuels
Tim Stevens, editor-at-large for CNET, joins CBSN to discuss growing concerns that hackers may be able to control car systems, and how consumers can protect themselves from threats.
The federal government wants to protect 200,000 acres of habitat for the iconic insect, whose numbers are severely dwindling
Get ready for Apple's biggest release since the iPad
A review found more than 2,500 instances when the state authorized oil and gass wells in protected water aquifers
"No longer do you need a crowbar in order to break into a car, now you can do it with an iPad," Sen. Ed Markey says
Nearly everyone knows how to use Microsoft Office. The company has a near-monopoly on this type of word-processing software, and Google now wants in on it. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more on Google's new plan.