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A study examining prehistoric tool making suggests that the process might have required humans to develop spoken language
The cheap nanotech solution could be used to create bacteria-resistant metals for hospitals and food processing plants
Computer models based on your Facebook likes can draw a better personality portrait of you than your friends and family can
Researchers didn't realize when they photographed a wild thresher shark in the Philippines that she was in the middle of having a baby
The social media site has partnered with the Department of Justice to bring child abduction notices to your news feed
President Obama is proposing new legislation to encourage businesses in the private sector to share information with federal officials. The goal is to predict and stop a cyber threat before it even happens. CNET tech reporter Bridget Carey joins "CBSN" with more on the reaction from Silicon Valley.
In Great Britain, encrypted messaging apps could become illegal. CNET tech reporter Bridget Carey joins "CBSN" to explain why.
The ESA ran a detailed simulation to decide on the best way to warn the public of an incoming space rock
The smallest implantable device the FDA has ever approved for the human body is helping patients with glaucoma, one of the leading causes of blindness. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi reports.
A group calling itself the "CyberCaliphate" hacked into the Twitter and YouTube accounts for the U.S. Military's Central Command on Monday. The hackers claimed they had penetrated military networks, although the Pentagon said that only the social media sites themselves were compromised. David Martin reports from Washington.
A group calling itself the Cyber Caliphate took over CENTCOM's Twitter account and tweeted threats to American military. At the same time, CENTCOM's YouTube channel began showing ISIS propaganda videos. The attack only hit the Pentagon's social media channels, so some say it amounts to no more than a "gotcha" attack. David Martin reports.
On the streets of Camden, N.J., special microphones sense the sound of gunfire and pinpoint the location, helping police officers find and fight crime. Kris Van Cleave reports.
The crayon maker's account was hacked and filled with content inappropriate for its brand - and its young audience
The app, from French news agency Nice-Matin, lets users show solidarity with the movement in the wake of the Paris shooting
"Finest" example of about 10 known coins struck with test design in 1792
Pandas have seen their numbers rise thanks to conservation efforts in China but those gains could be undermined by climate change
On the streets in 22 states, ShotSpotter sensors cut police response time by 94 percent
Fossils uncovered off a Scottish island have turned out to be an new species of marine reptile that thrived 170 million years ago
Chevrolet's electric concept car shows off an impressive range, accessible price tag at the Detroit Auto Show
The president is on the move promoting his plans to improve cyber security. CNET editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBSN" with more on the White House's push.