Gift exchange circulating on social media asks users to send one gift valued at $10 or more, promising up to 36 presents in return
But others say take that with a "gigantic grain of salt"
How hackers target political campaigns with simple but sophisticated email attacks
The small town of Wenatchee, Washington, is at the center of a virtual gold rush – whether residents like it or not
On the Galápagos Islands, some of the world's most unusual species are in a race against time
Together, they're responsible for the personal data of at least 50 million people being used without consent
"Japan is a strange, exotic and quirky place" -- but that's not the only reason it's on the leading edge of a robot revolution
Smart toys are popular holiday gifts, but consumer watchdogs are warning about the risks they pose to children's privacy
New technology called CRISPR has opened the floodgates of DNA hacking. But how many people, if any, should be allowed play God?
"Star Trek'"s tricorder? Now, there are CT scans, MRIs and ultrasounds
Accelerating sea level rise means the islanders of Kiribati face homelessness, sooner rather than later
Cyberattacks are more prevalent than ever, and reformed hackers are often the only people who can stop their own kind
Facing a severe population decline as its people shun reproduction, Japan is turning to robots to address the shortfall
Amazon reaped something that might prove more valuable than billion-dollar tax breaks: Lots of data from more than 200 cities
When it comes to high-tech toys and gadgets, not all products come with consumer privacy concerns in mind
CNET Executive Editor Roger Cheng helps break down what you need to know, from how it works to how broadly available it will be
Two launches to the International Space Station follow a SpaceX flight for Qatar
The decision Tuesday by the world's largest retailer followed a frenzied competition and billions of dollars in promised tax subsidies
"Jobs are going to be 100 percent changed" by artificial intelligence, Ginni Rometty says
Only one generation of consumers worries they spend too much time on their smartphones
Announcement ends 14-month process that drew bids from more than 200 cities vying to win new corporate headquarters
Decision to be formally announced as soon as Tuesday, The Wall Street Journal reports Monday night
Amazon says it "will not release customer information without a valid and binding legal demand properly served on us"
Facebook says its CEO "is not able to be in London on November 27th" to attend the "international grand committee" of at least five governments investigating disinformation and election influencing
Both riverfront sites are ripe for redevelopment, but there are big differences between Long Island City, N.Y., and Crystal City, Va.
CBS News contributing meteorologist Jeff Berardelli explains how deadly blazes in the Golden State involve both current weather and longer term climate shifts
The climate printing press has been working overtime the past two weeks spitting out study after study
The wheelchair sold for almost $393,000
As more nations investigating election influence demand meeting with Facebook's CEO, pressure is building for the social media baron to respond
Sketch of bull-like beast in Borneo cave bolsters theory that our ancient ancestors in Europe and Asia were developing in parallel
Musk agreed to leave his post as board chairman as part of a regulatory settlement
"We've yet to find a device...that we haven't been able to hack," the researcher says
Scientists are working on a unique pair of pants they hope could aid mobility for the elderly and people with disabilities