SciTech Headlines From CBSNews.com
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With a 3D smartphone from Amazon rumored to launch on Wednesday, the company touts the number of apps available in its Appstore
"Shroud of Gothenburg" and dozens of other 2,000-year-old, pre-Incan artifacts were smuggled out of Peru by Swedish diplomat
A 6-year-old girl's uncontrollable laughter was no laughing matter
Debate over President Obama's new pollution limits for power plants is based on data that is not yet available
Amazon is believed to be preparing to unveil its own smartphone...with a twist
One of the most popular music streaming apps gets an update to improve its personalization
Engineers offer the International Space Station crew new options for making that perfect bag of space joe
Court will consider free speech rights after man sentenced to prison for posting violent online rants against estranged wife, others
Born with a spinal disability, Harry Paul, a senior at Paul D. Schreiber High School in Port Washington, N.Y., designed a treatment to reduce the number of surgeries for children growing up with similar conditions. CBS 2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New York high school senior who suffers from a debilitating spine condition invents a better way to treat it; wins honors at the Intel Science and Engineering Fair
A NASA mission will try to figure out if Pluto's moon might have had an ocean of liquid water beneath the surface
On June 15, 1844, a patent which led to rubber tires was awarded to a tinkerer from Connecticut who later died penniless
The country's largest permanent neuroscience exhibit - giving users a hands-on journey through their brain - is on display in Philadelphia. CBS News' Kylie Atwood reports.
Facebook and YouTube tell CBS News they are looking into reports that their sites have been blocked in Iraq
The country's largest permanent neuroscience exhibit - giving visitors a hands-on journey through their brain - is on display in Philadelphia
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is the first tablet to feature a Super AMOLED screen for improved image quality and thinness. CBS News was there for the unveiling at New York's Madison Square Garden.
At issue are multiple emails sent to users' contacts inviting them to join the social networking site
Rare convergence won't happen again until the year 2049
Ten-year-old Brianna Vance used the social media site to send a message for someone to save her father and his friends, trapped under an uprooted tree
Many companies are dropping the chief operating officer role, but more factors are at play in Twitter's latest shake-up