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Last call for the phone booth?
Yes, there's nothing like reaching out and touching someone from a phone booth. They used to be everywhere, but they are now rare coin-operated curiosities. Mo Rocca looks into the history of the once-ubiquitous phone booth, and of the wi-fi kiosks that are now replacing them in New York City.
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Almanac: Super glue
On March 26, 2011, Harry Coover, a chemist who discovered the adhesive qualities of cyanoacrylate, died at the age of 94
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Almanac: The inventor of super glue
On March 26, 2011, Harry Coover, a chemist who discovered the adhesive qualities of cyanoacrylate, died at the age of 94. Jane Pauley reports.
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Self-driving robots making food deliveries
In Redwood, California, in the heart of technology-rich Silicon Valley, you'll find self-driving robots making food deliveries. After a restaurant worker packs the order, the robot makes a delivery that the customer unlocks with a phone. Carter Evans was there for the big roll-out.
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Google under fire for ads running with offensive content
Google makes tens of billions of dollars per year in ad sales. This week it's facing a global crisis after some of the world's biggest advertisers halted their spending after concerns that their ads are running next to offensive content, including videos promoting terror and anti-Semitism. Wired editor-at-large Jason Tanz joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the issue.
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“Solar-powered skin” could open new doors for prosthetics
The advanced prosthetic limbs could give amputees the sense of touch – and also enable more sensitive robots
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Ancient rock carvings provide tantalizing glimpse of Egypt’s Stone Age
Researchers uncovered rock carvings from Egypt's Stone Age showing mysterious mask-wearing dancer
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WikiLeaks: CIA tools could infiltrate MacBooks, iPhones
A new series of leaked documents appears to show tools from as far back as 2009 that could infect Apple products
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Astronauts carry out first of three spacewalks
Astronauts Shane Kimbrough and Thomas Pesquet spent six-and-a-half hours outside the space station performing maintenance and other tasks
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SeaWorld CEO lays out plans for "meaningful" park experience
After the theme park’s parent company closed 2016 with a net loss of $12.5 million, SeaWorld is seeking to rebound
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Rare frog discovery has researchers hopping for joy
Signs of hope for threatened species made famous in a Mark Twain story
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Archaeologists reconstruct face of medieval man
He died about 700 years ago and likely had a tough life; now his face has been reimagined using reconstructive technology
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Tired of traffic? "Flying taxis" may be coming in the near future
Taking to the skies on a drone to head home in the island state could be a thing in 2030, says Singapore's Ministry of Transport
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Rusty patched bumblebee added to endangered list
Over the last 20 years, the species has suffered a 90-percent decline in its population and habitat
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iPhone users, don't try this potentially dangerous Siri prank
Police departments across the U.S. are speaking out after a viral iPhone prank spreads among teens
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Arctic sea ice dwindles to record low for winter
The frigid top of the Earth just set yet another record for low levels of sea ice in what scientists call a signal of an overheating world
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Three spacewalks, cargo launch on tap for station
NASA is gearing up for a busy few weeks aboard the space station with three spacewalks and launch of another cargo ship
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Smartphone sperm test could screen for infertility
Scientists are trying to make screening for male infertility nearly as easy as taking a pregnancy test in your home bathroom
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On World Water Day, Matt Damon and Gary White talk access to safe water
The duo co-founded Water.org in 2009 to help the more than 660 million people worldwide without access to clean water
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"How Google Works" authors on company and Trump administration
Company executives Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg updated their bestselling book with a chapter on “How Alphabet Works”
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