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The new "Pokemon Go" app is sweeping the country, but it's also collecting data from its users. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more.
A purported photo leak of the newest iPhone model has fans trying to decipher what features the latest phone will have. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more.
Image shows Jupiter surrounded by three of its four largest moons; picture taken when the Juno spacecraft was circling 3 million miles away
Watch this stunning time-lapse view of the moon in transit
The Holocaust Museum in Washington is one of many locations surprised to find itself in the middle of a digital treasure hunt
From Echo to the Kindle and beyond, special deals are available for Amazon devices today
A recent survey shows American households will spend an average of nearly $1,800 on a summer vacation, up about 11 percent from last year. People have more options for getting around, including services like Uber and car sharing programs. But the traditional car rental industry is still growing and companies hope new technology will attract more drivers. Avis Budget Group CEO Larry De Shon joins "CBS This Morning" to reveal the Avis Now app for customers.
Environmental group says, if elected, Trump's stand on climate change would set him apart, even from Vladimir Putin and North Korea's Kim Jong Un
The classic video game Pokemon is among the best-loved gaming franchises in history. Since the release last week of its newest iteration, "Pokemon GO" is now one of the most downloaded apps ever. Don Dahler reports.
Pokemon Go is all the rage, but while you are catching animated creatures, the app is capturing a lot of your data
Rare find in the Galilee also includes a mosaic depicting the parting of the Red Sea
Stock in Nintendo has soared after the release of the wildly-popular new game app that's brought Pokémon to life
"We don't know if it's tomorrow or if it's not going to be for another 500 years," expert says
Illinois 5-year-old lost both his legs in a lawnmower accident two years ago, but thanks to a Boston bombing survivor, he is off and running
Pokemon Go, the new smartphone craze, has racked up a phenomenal number of downloads in its early days
Players are flocking to the "augmented reality" game, which layers digital creatures over the real world
The head of Amazon Prime reveals highlights of plans for Tuesday's Prime Day
Facebook Live is one of the go-to places for anyone to stream video. Witnesses to the Philando Castile shooting in Falcon Heights, Minn., and the attack on police in Dallas streamed live video from their smartphones, exposing the violence to millions online. CBS News contributor and NewYorker.com editor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how technology is changing the way we view news.
Critics says weaponized robots - like the one used to kill the Dallas sniper - belong in the military, but police officials call them an effective tool to neutralize a dangerous situation
Police say four men used the newly-released "Pokemon Go" app to lure potential victims to traps near St. Louis