The Hubble Space Telescope has again spotted what appear to be plumes of water vapor rising above one of Jupiter's moons
A roundup of some top tech reporters' first impressions of Apple's new iPhone 7
Apple's latest operating system has lots of bells and whistles you can try out after you hit "update"
One of America's best-known scientists discusses great moments from his Emmy-nominated talk show, and what's missing in this presidential campaign
The sci-fi phenomenon marks its 50th anniversary; check out our rundown of the TV series' highlights and lowlights
How activists, tech companies and law enforcement are navigating this new chapter in the (long) history of violence against women
Avoid Apple's pesky "Storage Almost Full" warning by following these simple steps.
TV's "Science Guy" weighs in on climate issues and why Americans should "find your park"
A new report reveals which Android apps take the biggest toll
Live streaming videos and social media have turned everyday citizens into reporters and witnesses in a whole new way
Certain words and punctuation marks may not come across the way you intended
Aerial survey of Australia's Great Barrier Reef confirms vast extent of the unprecedented bleaching
In the computer category, Apple is still No. 1 in consumer satisfaction -- but its big lead has nearly vanished
Snapchat: "Imagine one of your favorite memories. What if you could go back and see that memory the way you experienced it?"
Some call this bird's beak “ivory on wings” — and it sells in China
Elephants are "voting with their feet," one conservation group has observed
Sen. Mark Warner questions whether internet company moved quickly enough to disclose massive data breach
New research tracks the temperature over 2 million years of planetary history, and suggests where humans may take it in the future
A government scientist warns, “We can’t get there with our current set of policies"
The tech could be ready to take flight within the next decade, an Uber executive said
Was a teenage girl lured to her death with a few keystrokes on a smartphone app?
Reeves Wiedeman explains how his New York magazine article about the hack of an entire city is anything but science fiction
The private space company says it's figured out what caused the launch-pad blast and hopes to resume flights later this fall
Donald Trump and Ted Cruz say a government plan could subject the internet to foreign censorship, but tech experts dispute that
Expect Instagram to play a unique role in CBSN's coverage of the upcoming presidential and vice presidential debates
The winners were honored (or maybe dishonored) for their offbeat scientific work in a ceremony at Harvard University
Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope spotted a planet that orbits a pair of stars instead of just one
The massive breach disclosed Thursday is believed to be the largest ever to hit a single email provider
The zany awards ceremony honors some of the quirkiest scientific achievements of the year
Video is a huge growth area for the social network, but how much is it really worth?
Google among the tech giants said to be weighing bid for struggling micro-blogging company
On the southern shore of Utah’s Great Salt Lake, more than 100 boats are sitting high and dry in a parking lot, unable to sail the shallow, drought-stricken sea
An NYU psychologist may have found a way to retrain our brains against racial bias and prejudice