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From Ebola to "Frozen," 100 discussions that dominated the social network this year
A genius selfie trick, battery saving and more: A preview of the brilliant tips in Pogue's new book about simplifying the tech in your life
Facebook is expanding their "graph search" function to iPhone users. It will soon be available on its app. CNET's Bridget Carey joins "CBSN" with more on how it works.
Reneweed fighting in South Sudan has led to a dramatic rise in wildlife poaching
Anonymous is one of the biggest online vigilante groups where members hack into companies and governments. Hector Monsegur, a former top member who helped carry out cyberattacks that caused $50 million in damage, is breaking his silence in his first television interview on "CBS This Morning."
Former "Anonymous" member Hector Monsegur switched sides when given an ultimatum, and now he says America's cyber infrastructure is far from secure
High demand for electrical power is putting strain on the grid and leaving us at risk of blackouts, but new technologies such as smart grids and microgrids offer promise for the future. Heba Kanso reports.
A new study finds that how often you check your inbox affects your stress level and overall wellbeing
A study conducted by the city shows it is not ready for a massive, and possibly inevitable, temblor
Some of the smartest innovators in cancer research are working with companies behind your computer, phone and search engine
An IT security group warns that the computer virus, which demands payment in bitcoin, is particularly dangerous
The holiday season is the perfect time to disconnect from digital devices, nourish real relationships, and reclaim control over your time and space
French researchers observed that the higher a woman's heels, the more easily she could convince men to do what she asked
With so much talk of stolen credit cards and identity theft, parents might be overlooking an important aspect of online privacy this holiday season
He invented the first TV home video game system in 1966
"Frozen" and "Happy" were among the big hitters of 2014
Research finds that dangerously hot summers in Europe might be 10 times more frequent than previously predicted
Scientists at Chicago's Field Museum open the coffin of a 2,500 year-old mummy
The Field Museum team must prepare the mummy of a teenaged would-be priest for a move from Chicago to L.A.
The online store was inaccessible for two hours Monday in what may have been yet another cyberattack on the company