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Communications lost between Soyuz capsule and flight controllers for long stretch during descent to Kazakhstan
As a countertop version of the digital assistant Apple builds into its phones, Echo is a cool idea -- but does it work?
Scientists have figured out how chameleons achieve their dramatic technicolor effects
Not ready to commit? This San Francisco company will send you one of the wearables to try before you buy
Scientists say that stars once thought to be surrounding the galaxy may actually be part of it
NASA is testing its most powerful rocket booster ever built. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Elaine Quijano show us the impressive video.
Weighing in at nearly 500 pounds, Yawkey was found washed up on a South Carolina beach Saturday
A nearly 500 pound leatherback sea turtle was admitted for treatment at the South Carolina Aquarium Sea Turtle Hospital after washing ashore
The largest, most powerful rocket booster ever built was fired up Wednesday in preparation for future NASA missions to Mars
The ride-hailing app is working with the U.N. on gender equality amid sexual assault allegations
The decade-old weakness made it easier for hackers to break the encryption that is supposed to protect sensitive information
Why wait a month to order an Apple Watch when you can get a passable fake from China now?
Google has redesigned its Calendar app, and it will soon be available on iPhones too. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more.
A Change.org campaign has prompted Facebook to remove the status update "feeling fat." Supporters of the change argued Facebook was supporting bullying with the status option.
Three ISS crew members geared up to undock and return to Earth Wednesday to close out five-and-a-half months in space
Microsoft is fixing a so-called "freak" vulnerability, leaving Windows devices open to hackers. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN to explain why it went undetected for 10 years.
President Obama will meet with some of the country's brightest young minds on Wednesday. They are in Washington for the Intel Science Talent Search. Forty high school seniors vied for a $150,000 top prize for their experiments and discoveries. Wyatt Andrews reports on how their contributions could be invaluable.
Many colleges face disturbing anonymous comments posted on an app called Yik Yak. The messages range from racism and sexism to threats of violence on more than a dozen campuses. New York Times business editor Peter Lattman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss a recent viral New York Times report on "Yik Yak."
Yong minds at the Intel Science Talent Search are solving "big world" issues, says Intel's president
CBS News gets a rare look at the difficult work being done by a group literally lifting the giant animals out of the reach of brutal poachers