SciTech Headlines From CBSNews.com
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Apple finally allows third-party keyboards to work with the iPhone, and it makes a surprising difference
A medical first this week that holds the promise of helping thousands of women around the world
Despite widespread security concerns, phone payment apps are on the rise
Art world condemned the planned auction of the 4,000-year-old Treasure of Harageh collection housed in St. Louis
Misinformation about the threat Ebola poses to the U.S. is possibly more contagious than the virus itself
State's lengthy drought weighs heavily on farmers, prompting them to use less water
Extreme climate changes could shift the balance between the sexes, scientists say
America's newest car company, the Renovo Coupe, has been hidden away behind the doors of a Silicon Valley garage, but it's out in the open now and about to blow some doors off. The Coupe was built from the ground up for one purpose: to be the world's fastest electric car. KPIX's Len Ramirez reports.
Change comes after data scientists at the social media company tried to manipulate users' emotions, causing an angry backlash
This year hackers have been able to grab credit card numbers from several major retailers. Now Apple and other tech companies are offering a safe way to pay with your phone. Julie Watts reports for CBS News.
World-class innovator Sebastian Thrun has moved from driverless cars and wearable tech to a new project, expanding opportunities for learning
New York-based bank says hack affects millions of households, small businesses
New data is out on cancer-causing pollutants in the air around Los Angeles
$10 million partnership will involve studying the archive of every tweet ever posted
Leaders of cities outside the typical tech metropolises want a bigger hand in tech manufacturing.
Hackers are using sneaky tactics to get people's personal data and credit cards; here's how to protect yourself
Says the opportunity to watch others play video games or interact in virtual worlds ignores the very real game we all live in
Company designs a high-tech protective system to keep emergency responders safe
Attorney Marty Singer alleges that the search engine company is perpetuating the work of "pervert predators"
Facebook is working things out with Sister Roma, Lil Miss Hot Mess and others who don't want to go by their legal names