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Days of 189-average channel packages "are over" as streaming services continue to change entertainment landscape, says Mellody Hobson
A man in England went exploring with a metal detector and made the discovery of a lifetime
Alaska photographer and guide Ronn Murray offers advice on how to capture the nighttime spectacle of the Aurora Borealis
Google will start promoting and demoting certain search results on phones and tablets, a move some are calling "mobile-geddon"
In a historic move in the cable TV business, Verizon FiOS viewers will get more of a say in the channels they want and the ones they wish to skip. But you still need to subscribe to a basic package. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how this opens the door to an “a la carte” future.
Cargo ship loaded with 2 tons of equipment, including an espresso maker, arrives at International Space Station
A new study finds that a gaze from those puppy dog eyes boosts the hormone associated with trust and mother-child bonding
A federal court on Thursday heard arguments in what's sure to be a hard-fought battle over new carbon emissions rules
The archive makes searchable hundreds of thousands of sensitive emails and documents released in the December cyberattack
NASA "is used to something on Hubble breaking every five years," but the Space Telescope is in good health and going strong
Hubble Space Telescope's famously blurry images turned it into a laughing stock; fixing it required ingenuity and a bit of luck
Several studies find that bird numbers are on the decline four years after the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl
Now you can simply type "find my phone" into the Google search bar to instantly locate your Android smartphone
The e-commerce giant isn't first on the scene, but it's using priceless customer data to anchor itself in the industry
The world's first images of a Bouvier's red colobus monkey mother and baby have been captured in the Republic of Congo
A new neurofeedback device claims to help train your mind to stay on task
One analyst thinks so, and he predicts that could push the video-streaming company's stock into the stratosphere
Most people say the Internet makes life better, but as this infographic shows, a digital life isn't always a more peaceful one
New devices on the market claim they can train your brain to help improve your mental focus. Reporter Hena Daniels checks out a pair of high-tech glasses that lighten or darken depending on your brain waves.
A Chinese company just bought the company that produces the personal transportation device. Newyorker.com editor Nicholas Thompson joins CBSN with more.