More than 1,000 employees sign letter objecting to plan for search engine that complies with Chinese censorship
Google has revised a help page that erroneously described how its "Location History" setting works
"Dugout Loop" would transport baseball fans between East Hollywood and the stadium in under four minutes
It’s a key reason why the 2008 and 2012 elections dealt with fewer cybersecurity issues
Zinke, a Trump appointee, contradicted earlier statements where he has discounted the role of climate change in the fires
Two pumps installed on a canal mix water with ozone, which removes toxins
Chairman Ajit Pai may be asked about commission's actions regarding issue known as "net neutrality"
Screening devices will be the first in the U.S. used to protect mass transit riders from explosives and weapons
"This trend will only further accelerate with global warming," said Thomas Frolicher, a climate scientist at the University of Bern in Switzerland
The headline reads: "Coal Consumption Affecting Climate Change"
A growing number of businesses are using tech to monitor what you do, and even where you go, on company time
Here are some things you can do to delete those markers and keep your location as private as possible
An Associated Press report says Google may be tracking your location, even if you've asked it not to. Wired editor-in-chief and CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson explains why, and what you can do to stop it.
Investigation finds search giant stores your location data even if you set privacy settings to deter the practice
Many who have lost the use of their legs could benefit from life-changing devices that enable them to stand and walk, but are finding huge hurdles to actually access them
The Food & Drug Administration and the Veterans Administration have approved robotic exoskeletons – devices that enable people who have lost the use of their legs to stand and walk again. But many paraplegics who could benefit from the life-changing devices are finding huge hurdles to actually access them. Lee Cowan reports.
NASA's $1.5 billion Parker Solar Probe takes off on a flight to "touch the sun"
NASA's Bill Cooke tells CBS News that spectators are in store for a better watching experience this year due to diminished moonlight
A new report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety warns that cars with driver assistance systems still require drivers to pay close attention to the roads. The study looked at several makes and models, including Tesla's Autopilot. Kris Van Cleave reports.
NASA and rocket-builder United Launch Alliance plan to make another attempt to get the long-awaited mission off the ground early Sunday