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"Our goal here is to fundamentally change the way the world uses energy," Musk said at an event Thursday
Jeff Bezos' "Blue Origin" successfully launched a test rocket, proving it is one step closer to space tourism. The "New Shepard" blasted off in Texas, going 58 miles into the air before returning to Earth. The Amazon founder is competing in a space race with other billionaires including Richard Branson and Elon Musk. CNET editor-at-large Tim Stevens joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the competition.
A cloud of thick, dangerous ash is hovering over parts of Southern Chile. The Calbuco volcano erupted Thursday for the third time in a little over a week. Anna Werner reports on how the huge plumes of ash have forced another round of evacuations.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including a 5-year-old that's ready to move out, a maxed out McDonald's order and the return of the lip-syncing police officer. Plus, a tiny boxer that packs a big punch.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos
The world's tallest mountain lost a bit of its stature as massive quake thrust surrounding areas higher
Russian engineers can't control a supply ship hurtling toward Earth and can't predict just when or where debris may land
The outbreak -- the first in the state -- is affecting as many as half the coral reefs around Kauai
A new study found that one in six species on the planet could face extinction due to the effects of climate change
A handful of new apps allow users to shoot video on their smartphones and instantly upload it to YouTube and social media
NASA's out-of-fuel Messenger spacecraft will blast out a new crater on Mercury when the probe crashes to the surface
As protests erupt across the country against police violence, new technology allows smartphone users to keep watch over law enforcement. CNET's Bridget Carey goes over the new application.
Research adds a whole new dimension to the iconic Hubble image
From "Star Wars" X-wing fighters and Hello Kitty dolls, to hamburgers and pizza - just some of the weird objects captured floating high above Earth
Food delivery is estimated to be a $70 billion-a-year business in the U.S. Startup companies like Postmates and Instacart have created apps that they hope will tap into that, and more. At just the click of a button, they're aiming to deliver anything, from seafood to shoes, in a matter of hours or just minutes. Jamie Wax takes a behind-the-scenes look at the growing business of instant delivery.
A Russian spacecraft carrying much-needed supplies failed to complete its mission, and now it's spiraling back toward Earth. The head of Russia's space program admits this failure is a big concern. Elaine Quijano reports.
"Our goal is to make Windows 10 the most attractive development platform ever"
At the click of a button, new companies aim to deliver anything from shoes to noodles in a matter of minutes
In dramatic, partially successful test flight, Amazon founder's company launched craft to altitude of 58 miles; company intends to compete for space tourism business
New research finds many kids are digitally literate before they can even talk, and toddlers are spending an hour a day on devices