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Uber under fire for proposed smear tactics against journalists

4 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

An Uber executive is facing harsh criticism for saying that the company will go after journalists who write negative stories about them. CNET's Bridget Carey weighs in on "CBSN."

A window into space through NASA's online sensation

4 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Reid Wiseman on what it's like to wake up to a view that's out of this world and become a social media supernova while sharing it

NYC plan would replace pay phones with Wi-Fi hubs

4 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

The proposed LinkNYC program is intended to put high speed hubs where 8,400 phone booths currently stand

NTSB rules that FAA has authority to regulate drones

4 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Agency in charge of transportation safety rules that FAA can decide someone is operating a drone in a reckless manner

Do weight loss apps really work?

4 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Study put a popular calorie-counting app to the test to see if it helped users lose weight

Astronaut Reid Wiseman on the amazing views from space

4 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Wiseman became a social media star by sharing his amazing photos from space. He is back on Earth after 166 days on the International Space Station. Wiseman joins "CBS This Morning" from NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston to share about his remarkable experience.

Burning hydrogen: Toyota launches new alternative to electric cars

4 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Toyota is unveiling its new model of a hydrogen-powered car at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Manuel Bojorquez spoke with the CEO of Toyota North America about what he sees as the future of driving.

Climate change could mean more lightning strikes

Study says lightning strikes could increase by as much as 50 percent this century due to rising temperatures

"The golden age of planetary exploration"

For many, the success of this decade-long mission represents the astounding possibilities of new research and discoveries

Wearables of the future include selfie drone

A competition to search for the next generation of wearables featured a selfie drone and a device that helps premature babies

Wearable drone for selfies and other Intel competition highlights

In a recent Intel start-up competition, entrepreneurs showed off a selfie drone, a bracelet to help menopausal women and a new way to nurture premature babies. CNET's Sumi Das reports.

Comet lander still alive, but on battery power

ESA's Philae comet lander bounced back into space during touchdown, finally coming to rest more than half a mile away

Is Obama's climate target achievable?

Newly announced climate goals sound ambitious but environmentalists say they can be achieved with or without Congress

Facebook "simplifies" its privacy policy, again

The social network has access to a huge trove of personal data and says it wants users to know where it goes

YouTube takes on Spotify with Music Key service

Ad-free, paid subscription service may shake up the competition for online music

Youtube launching new music streaming service

The popular video streaming site wants to change how the world listens to music. The site is launching a new service called "Youtube Music Key" next week. CNET's Bridget Carey has the details.

19 automakers vow to protect driver privacy

Computerized cars pass along more information about their drivers than many motorists realize

Twitter plans major upgrades

Your Twitter feed is getting a face-lift. The company is planning to reveal major upgrades in the coming months. CNET Tech Reporter Bridget Carey joins "CBSN" to discuss.

Rosetta comet landing: What data can we expect?

First pictures from the space-probe clinging to the surface of a comet have been released. The Philae probe beamed them back to Earth early Thursday morning. The lander bounced at least twice during the landing, but scientists say it is now stable and can start gathering data. NASA Astronaut John Grunsfeld joins CBSN with more on what kind of information will be collected.

How 3D printing could revolutionize burn treatment

A team in Toronto has developed a method for making functional human skin on demand

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