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Children as young as 13 are learning at top computer companies while earning hundreds - even thousands of dollars a week. KCBS Rachel Kim reports
Summertime temps have been rising for decades, and if current trends continue we're in for some big changes
Faced with one of the worst droughts Texas has ever seen, a city's dwindling water supply forced it to take action
Scientists hope to create robots that can beat human soccer players by 2050
2 months of vision training on a new app brought a university baseball team some unexpected results, and the local police force is now on deck
Coal dust and pollution have taken heavy toll on the the sandstone cave carvings of Buddha in the Yungang Grottoes
Some estimates say people and companies are spending hundreds of millions of dollars a year to boost their online reputations
A recent Consumer Reports survey found 62 percent of Americans do nothing to protect their privacy online. That can make it easy for hackers to steal personal information. One way hackers can get access to your private passwords is at a wi-fi hot spot. CBS News' Jericka Duncan reports.
Donkey Kong and another one of Nintendo's famous characters made their first appearance 33 years ago today
It may be a sign that the Earth's magnetic poles are getting ready to flip, which hasn't happened in hundreds of thousands of years
Muse has introduced a headband and app to combat stress, updating guided meditation with technology that may lead to controlling more than an app with your mind. Kara Tsuboi reports.
Wearable devices can help parents keep track of wandering kids
Movie tech has come a long way, as seen in the newest "Planet of the Apes" movie
Companies are developing smart car seats and other devices with the aim of preventing dozens of children's deaths each year -- but will it work?
70 million years ago, large herds of duck-billed dinosaurs thrived under the midnight sun
A bracelet embedded with GPS technology is giving parents a new way to keep track of their children. April Thompson of WREG-TV in Memphis tests it out.
The tiny fossils found in British Columbia date back at least 50 million years, when the local climate was much warmer
The German team's 7-1 thrashing of Brazil did more than break millions of hearts, it became the most discussed sporting event on Twitter ever
A YouTube video shows that this new factory component could make future iPhone screens nearly indestructible
More American households are ditching their old landlines. According to a government survey, four out of 10 homes only use cellphones, which is twice as many as five years ago. CBS News' Omar Villafranca reports.