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The fleet of autonomous (and somewhat adorable) prototypes will begin rolling through Mountain View this summer
Developers are raising money to create a bracelet that will alert you if you're annoyed. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more on how it works.
Developers of a new smartphone say you can pay your bills by just looking at them. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more on how it works.
The size of a car tire and just as round, the striking silver opah (aka moonfish) keeps itself warm by flapping its fins
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos, including a cat that doesn't want a girl to play the accordion, jetpacks over Dubai and a tiny hamster's tiny tiki party. Plus, a guy who's Bob Marley and the Wailers wrapped up into one person.
Company pleads guilty after massive spill in North Carolina coated 70 miles of the Dan River in sludge
The presence of so many in such close proximity could challenge ideas of how galaxies formed
The mobile site of The Washington Post was hacked Thursday by attackers claiming to be part of the Syrian Electronic Army
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos!
By inhibiting a few genes, they were able to grow chicken embryos with features resembling dinosaurs like Velociraptor
Could you could be the next Nintendo World Champion?
Microsoft is getting ready to launch Windows 10, and it will have six different versions. CNET's Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more.
Is Facebook's new feature Google's worst nightmare? The social media giant is testing out a new feature that lets you make searches on Facebook. CNET's Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with the details.
The creator of the personality-profiling app Crystal says it's the biggest thing to hit email since spellcheck
You may have heard of hardware, firmware and software hacks, but the biggest data threat could actually be something else
One Indiana high school has installed special floor tiles that convert kids' footsteps into electricity
Step by step, the youngsters at a Bloomington high school produce kinetic energy by walking on special tiles
The seat you choose could make an important difference in the event of an accident on the tracks
Stories from publishers like the New York Times and National Geographic now appear directly on Facebook's news feed. Nine media companies announced the deal Wednesday, bringing some of their content to the world's largest online social network. Gabriel Sherman, the national affairs editor at New York Magazine, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact of the deal.
As investigators search for the cause of the Philadelphia Amtrak derailment, many are asking if the crash could have been prevented. The answer is "yes," according to backers of positive train control. David Begnaud reports on the new technology that lets a computer take over the controls of a train if it detects engineer error.