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Scientists found the birds reach heights of four miles as they navigate the snow-capped peaks
The loudly heralded (then quietly dismissed) wearable pioneer is being taken off the streets and entering a new phase of life
When the exceedingly rare snub-nosed monkey was first photographed two decades ago, the images served as a warning about the nation's environmental threats
A new patent filing describes using the cloud to transfer your Touch ID fingerprint data to other devices, but would it be safe and secure?
Loggerheads travel across whole oceans to return to the beaches where they were born; new research shows how they do it
Ride-hailing startup hopes to sidestep privacy issues by providing "anonymized" information on usage of its service
The company will hand out piecemeal smartphones in Puerto Rico and work with automakers in Detroit
From touch screens in dressing rooms to mirrors that virtually change the color of your shirt, new technology was on display at the National Retail Federation's annual show. CNET's Bridget Carey joins "CBSN" with more.
New research finds that the acceleration of ocean rising is significantly higher today than it was 25 years ago
California woman lands table for two at pop-up version of world's most prestigious restaurant, but doesn't have a date
Despite its fading popularity, Blackberry has some assets that could be attractive to the world's biggest smartphone maker
Not known as a hotbed of seismic activity, eastern Connecticut has trembled with a "swarm" of quakes in the last few days - but why?
NASA is trying to figure out what triggered an alarm aboard the International Space Station indicating a possible ammonia leak. Two American astronauts and their Italian colleague evacuated to the Russian quarters as a precaution, but later returned safely. Omar Villafranca reports from Dallas.
If you're going to tweet from Blackberry's official account you should turn off the settings that say you're using an iPhone. CBSN's Gigi Stone and Anne Marie Green report on the Blackberry faux pas.
Within a decade, people may own machines that will walk the dog, fold the laundry or fetch a cold beer from the fridge
An iPhone app that manages settings for the Apple Watch purportedly offers more clues as to how the smartwatch will work
A 7-year-old joins the ranks of the Imperial Stormtroopers with a nifty new plastic limb made from the latest technology
As part of its effort to reduce greenhouse gasses, the Administration will regulate a pollutant 25 times more potent than carbon dioixide
An update allows Google Translate users to aim the camera at text in another language and get an instant translation, even offline
The use of robots is expanding in business, from store assistants to robotic bartenders. Scientists are looking to move the technology to the home, and someday soon users will be able to have robots fold clothes or cook food. Kris Van Cleave reports from New York.