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Most people prefer not to be alone with their own thoughts, according to new research
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos.
With no choice but to grant the "right to be forgotten" to its European users, Google starts first search purges
A new brain imaging study shows how psychedelic drugs put users into a dreamlike state
A thumb-drive sized scanner can see the chemical composition of food, drugs, and other items
Social media giant now under investigation after revelations that it had treated its users like lab rats in an psych experiment
In a process similar to what happens on earth when we melt sidewalk ice with salt, Martian salt could liquify water on the frigid surface of Mars
You've seen the names in the history books, but which Founding Father has the most namesakes today?
Even beachgoers hundreds of miles from Arthur's path face danger of channels of water that flow out into the ocean
London exhibition brings together artists, designers, film makers, musicians and architects who push the boundaries of creativity that digitial technology can offer
The social network has been roundly criticized for experimenting with the emotional states of users, but the practice is old
FTC alleged in a draft lawsuit released by Amazon that unauthorized charges by children on Amazon tablets have amounted to millions of dollars
Wearable health monitoring has gone to the dogs. Voyce is just one of the technologies that allows owners to track their pet's health and activity, and the company recently showed CBS News how it works.
Pictures of Cousteau and his team working underwater and reemerging July 2, 2024
Cousteau and crew emerged from a month in a deep underwater lab where they studied and filmed the effects of climate change on a coral reef
20 species of live arachnids will be featured again at the "Spiders Alive" exhibit in the American Museum of Natural History
Tibetans can thank an extinct human relative for providing them with a gene that helps them adapt to high altitude
An analysis of skeletal remains show that up to about the time the Europeans settled, the Native American population was rapidly increasing
A Russian cyber assault that cripples Kiev's military and energy systems is believed feasible - but remains unexploited for now
Researchers had touted much simpler method for transforming ordinary mouse cells into stem cells, but now acknowledge "extensive" errors in their work