SciTech Headlines From CBSNews.com
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Dropbox denies it has been compromised as hackers leak hundreds of passwords online and threaten to release more
"Never in its 4.6 billion-year-old history has the Earth been so affected by one species as it is being affected now"
The storm's 75-mph winds are hitting the island of Antigua and are on course for the U.S. and British Virgin Islands
Which areas are most vulnerable? New study names four parts of Northern California at risk
It may be a bit early to celebrate Halloween, but NASA gets into the spirit with this spooky photo of the sun
Will voice biometrics replace fingerprints and passwords to ID people by sound?
New photo-sharing app called Yovo uses a common optical illusion to make your snaps a lot harder for the receiver to screenshot
The space agency is developing two separate missions to learn how to exploit stores of water on the lunar surface
Online review site accused repeatedly of raising or dropping ratings depending on whether businesses advertised with them
After orbiting the Earth for almost two years, the mysterious mini-shuttle is reportedly heading home
13-year-old Alyssa Carson has been planning voyage to Mars since age 3 and isn't showing any signs of letting up
Assaf Biderman has developed a bike wheel that turns an ordinary bicycle into a motorized hybrid that responds to a rider's pedaling
Breach at Kmart stores may have compromised some customers' credit, debit cards
Scientific study of a 9,000-year-old skeleton found in Wash. State is rewriting our understanding of ancient man
In his new book the author writes about the "hackers, geniuses and geeks" responsible for creating computers and the Internet
Google is swamped with requests from Europeans trying to take advantage of their "right to be forgotten"
The company says it discovered errors in TV viewing measurement incorrectly showed people were watching the wrong network
Flight attendants union battles FAA in court over rule change letting passengers use phones and other devices during takeoff and landing
The tech world may not have the same pay gap as other fields, but it's worse on other fronts
Snapchat says its servers were not breached, but a third-party app may have been compromised, exposing users' photos