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Do you feel dumb without your smart phone? There could be a scientific reason behind this. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Don Dahler discuss a study that explains why.
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Dragon capsule carries supplies, belated Christmas gifts and student experiments to replace those destroyed in Antares explosion
Visionary inventor Dean Kamen has barely taken a day off since inventing the Segway, working on a number of out-of-the-box inventions that may affect the lives of billions of people around the world. Erin Moriarty of "48 Hours" catches up with Kamen to get a glimpse of his latest, and perhaps greatest, breakthrough.
In this preview of a profile to air on "Sunday Morning," the tireless inventor best known for the Segway demonstrates to correspondent Erin Moriarty the Slingshot, his portable water filter that can help communities around the globe eliminate chronic diseases.
Your bike may be in the garage collecting dust, but now you can make money off it. David Begnaud reports on a company that's cruising through the cycling world.
The Kepler Space Telescope has found eight more planets resembling Earth. That boots the odds that life might exist on other planets. Jeffrey Kluger, editor-at-large for Time magazine, joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to discuss the findings.
Space-X launched the unmanned rocket Falcon 9 from Florida Saturday morning. It is loaded with supplies and heading to the International Space Station. Vinita Nair reports.
Unprecedented attempt to land booster's first stage on barge ends with Elon Musk tweeting: "close, but no cigar"
Remarkable time-lapse video highlights the beauty of Melbourne, Australia -- ranked by the Economist Intelligence Unit as the World's Most Liveable City. Video courtesy of Daniel Johnson. Follow him on TwitterandInstagram. Like him on Facebook. And, see more of his work on Vimeo.
You never really know what kind of gadgets you’re going to see at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. From the cool to the kooky, CNET.com’s Kara Tsuboi has some highlights.
Like every year, the latest smartphones and TVs were on display at the International Consumer Electronics Show – but this event also saw a new line of high-tech washers. Bigad Shaban reports.
It cost $3,000, couldn't text or surf the web; but boy, were people excited about it. In this "CBS Evening News" report, we look at the mobile phone of 1983 -- and all the predictions made about the mobile future to come.
First came smartphones, then smart cars; now technology companies are trying to hack your laundry
We're not saying you shouldn't buy this stuff, we're just saying that we wouldn't
The Malaysian butterfly has the wing of a female on the right and the wing of a male on the left
Yes, it's new, but is it actually useful? And how much would you pay for it?
On display: A ring to control the volume, a freaky spider dress that attacks unwanted suitors and a sport band that literally strikes a nerve
The comet, already surprising astronomers with its glow, is expected to be at its brightest through Jan. 24
A new study finds that taking away a person's iPhone leads to higher stress and lower test scores