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The day before Apple is expected to announce its new iPads, images of the devices accidentally get posted on the iTunes store
New high-tech "Air Umbrellas" are innovative in concept, but prototypes have a long way to go
Here's what you need to know to watch a live stream of Apple's next big product launch event Thursday
But Apple has its own history of benefiting from the work of others
HBO announces plans to offer a streaming video option for customers who don't want to pay for premium cable
Service lets customers scan a receipt to automatically download a digital copy of the movie
First research of its kind shows that tasers could impair a person's memory and thought process
"I'm sorry about that," says the band's frontman in response to backlash over "Songs of Innocence" release
Your umbrella could soon be "old hat," thanks to "Air Umbrella," an invention that uses jets of air to keep you dry. Jane Pauley reports.
"The Atlantic" takes a deeper look in its November cover story, "Why Kids Sext." Author of the article Hannah Rosin spent time in a community rocked by a sexting scandal, and she joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her findings.
After a California woman crashed her car into a ravine, she was unable to call for help. After her family reported her missing, a local police officer worked out a creative and high-tech solution to find her. Ben Tracy reports.
Two NASA spacewalkers are working to replace a faulty voltage regulator in the space station solar power grid and make other upgrades
As Apple prepares to unveil its next generation of iPads and more, CNET's Dan Ackerman joins us to talk about the expected highlights.
Hackers, know as the "Sandworm" team, exploited a flaw in Microsoft Windows to access sensitive intelligence information. The hackers, believed to be working with the backing of Vladimir Putin and the Russian government, targeted multiple adversaries, including the Ukrainian government and NATO. Bob Orr reports.
Russia believed behind hacking attempt, whose name is homage to classic "Dune" novel
A thinner tablet and more iPhone-like features are anticipated, but Thursday's event may also hold a few surprises
Elated scientists say initial data from NASA's MAVEN Mars orbiter shows the $671 million mission will deliver the goods
Former partner GT Advanced Technologies partly blames Apple's "oppressive and burdensome" agreement for its recent failure
"The Ebola epidemic is at a critical turning point," Facebook CEO says
The man identified by Newsweek as the creator of Bitcoin accuses the magazine of reckless reporting and causing chaos for his family