The ad appeared at the top of search results for an unknown number of users for at least part of the day Thursday
Located in South Australia, it will be charged by a nearby wind farm to help power an area four times the size of the U.K.
Earth has a finite supply of helium, but experts say fears of running out are -- for lack of a better word -- overinflated
The move comes after recent criticism that YouTube is not doing enough to crack down on disturbing and exploitative videos aimed at children
The FCC is about to overturn Obama-era rules on net neutrality, which could be just the start of a whole new internet experience
Atlanta latest municipality to pass requirements to add charging stations and demand "EV-ready" infrastructure
Satellite observations show Earth's artificially lit outdoor area grew by 2 percent a year from 2012 to 2016
Cops say cyber thieves transferred Bitcoins from a man's account while he logged into a restaurant's public network
As many as 126 million people could have seen content posted on pages related to the Internet Research Agency, a Russian troll farm
An investigation found that Android phones collected addresses of nearby cellular towers and sent them back to Google
Agency chief Ajit Pai says requirement that internet providers treat web traffic equally stifles competition
Scientists worry downgrading the size of Utah's Grand Staircase could damage one of the richest deposits of dinosaur bones in the world
Exoskeleton technology first appeared in medical uses, but now it's breaking into workplaces like factories
In its 41 years, the Office of Science and Technology Policy has never gone this long without a leader or official mandate
Mayor Bill de Blasio has said "not so fast" and that he thinks it "creates a danger"
Uber said Monday that it plans to buy as many as 24,000 self-driving cars from Volvo starting in less than two years. New York's governor wants to bring driverless cars to the Big Apple even sooner. Kris Van Cleave reports.
A glimpse inside the preparations taken to bring down the iconic Atlanta venue in just 12 seconds
Experts were scrambling to calculate its trajectory and find where it landed
Time magazine has compiled a list of the year's 25 most remarkable innovations ranging from breakthroughs that save lives to creations that simply make life a little easier. Time's science editor Jeffrey Kluger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss some of the inventions that made the cut including an elevator that can move both vertically and horizontally and glasses that are strong enough to allow the legally blind to play sports.
A powerful new weather satellite launched Wednesday will ensure uninterrupted forecasting