CBSNews -- Did you brush your teeth yet this morning? You may have started using the brand of toothpaste you prefer a long time ago, but one Silicon Valley startup is out to redefine the way you care for your mouth, reports CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy.
CBSNews -- The Federal Communications Commission will vote Thursday on a question that will change the Internet for all of us: Should some Americans be allowed to pay extra for faster service, or is Internet access a new American right -- equal for all. It's called net neutrality.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- With the click of a mouse, you can donate cash to the cause of your choice as crowd funding continues to expand online. Anyone can make a page asking for money. So where do the donated dollars really go? Some may have good intentions, while others may be taking advantage of generosity.
TULSA, Okla. -- Drones are becoming more prominent in the aeronautics industry ---and a Tulsa college is set to offer a new course to meet the demand.
With so many different fitness trackers on the market -- and more emerging every day -- it's hard to know which is the right one for your needs. An innovative new service lets you rent the devices for a week before you commit to buying one.
CBSNews -- NASA astronaut Barry "Butch" Wilmore took a selfie over the weekend as he took part in the first of three spacewalks outside the International Space Station.
CBSNews -- Apple has decided to double to size limit on apps sold through the App Store, meaning that new apps can be twice as large -- and therefore twice a media-rich -- as today's offerings.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Have you ever been on Facebook and noticed the ads on the side of the page matched your interests or information you searched on other sites?
You can now assign a friend or family member to take over your Facebook profile when you die.
Valentine's Day is a great occasion to spoil a music-loving sweetheart. Here are a handful of music-related gift ideas that will sure to delight any audiophile.
CBSNews -- We all do it: You start to feel sick and quickly hop on Google to search for the likely cause of your symptoms. In fact, the company says that one in 20 Google searches is for a health-related topic, which is why it has decided to focus on giving better results.
HOUSTON, Texas -- They are among the latest and greatest televisions on the market. Samsung's so-called "smart" TVs are able to connect to the Internet, recognize your voice, and even follow commands.
The Hubble space telescope peers hundreds, thousands, millions of light-years into the universe to study novas, quasars and nebulas.
WEST PLAINS, Mo. -- A fiber optic network, and possible high-speed internet service for businesses and residents, may be in West Plains’ future.
Twitter has agreed to give Google access to its content firehose, part of a deal that will allow tweets to show up quickly in search results and boost their visibility.
Parts of the Northeast and Midwest have had more than their share of winter weather recently. You may have noticed your mobile phone behaves differently in chilly temperatures. Get some tips to keep it functioning.
CBSNews -- Your next trip to the mall could blow your mind.
NIXA, Mo. – Nixa is one step closer to getting fiber Internet to residents.
For about an hour this morning, humans across the world were briefly forced to interact with each other in person.
Microsoft has given a sneak peak at its next version of Office, and it's touch-tastic.
NEW YORK -- Are you an iPhone user? Congratulations! You're probably smarter than the Android owner sitting next to you.
Microsoft will offer free upgrades to Windows 10 -- the next version of its operating system -- first for Windows 8.1 users and then for Windows 7 users, the company announced Wednesday.
CBSNews -- From its annual compilation of 3.3 million passwords leaked online, SplashData has pulled the 25 most common -- and therefore least secure -- not-so-secret codes.
This time of year, there are a lot of great professional and college sports in season. Don't miss out on scoring a hot ticket to see your favorite team play. Here's a look at apps and services that can net you a great seat at an even better price.
CNN -- Facebook wants to crack down on the scourge of fake news stories that go viral on the social network.
CNN -- The power to move objects with your mind, or a gesture is something we've seen in the worlds of fantasy - or the Jedi universe of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader. But here in reality, it's coming one step closer.
NEW YORK — Facebook users in the U.S. will soon receive Amber Alerts to help find missing children who may be located near them.
CNN -- You think no one knows you better than your family and friends? Wrong.
(CBS News) -- There are an estimated 100 million bicycle owners in the U.S.
NEW YORK -- You might feel like the "broadband" you're getting at home feels more like dial-up. The FCC agrees with you.
CNN -- This past week, The Huffington Post and several major websites displayed malware-laced advertisements that infected computers and locked them down.
CBSNews -- One thing your mobile phone doesn't like is the frigid cold.
LAS VEGAS -- The latest gadgets and technology from around the world will take up the size of at least 35 football fields when the annual Consumer Electronics Show opens Tuesday in Las Vegas. One of the biggest tech-advancements *driving* this year's show: Connected-Cars.
CBSNews -- It's Oprah's Book Club for a new generation.
Facebook users may have seen a status update circulating on the site in the last few days, that presents itself as a legally-binding privacy notice.
CUPERTINO, Calif. -- If you have a 16 GB iPhone, you've probably noticed that you don't really have 16 GB of storage space -- some of that space is taken up by Apple's iOS software. But you probably haven't thought to sue Apple over it.
As smartphones bleed into all parts of our life, a common New Year's resolution for 2015 will be to cut down on phone usage and be more present in the moment. It's harder than it sounds.
CBSNews -- Wearable tech is dedicated to staying on your wrist, but its face is changing fast.
CBSNews -- Ever wonder why there never is enough space on your iPhone or iPad? A lawsuit filed this week against Apple Inc. alleges that upgrades to the iOS 8 operating system are to blame, and that the company has misled customers about it.
CBSNews -- Many users turn to apps for their latest news or to be entertained. Now, an increasingly number are using them to make a little cash.
CBSNews --- Stalkers are increasingly turning to high-tech tools to track and monitor their victims.
PowerPoint might still be the industry standard for creating presentations, but the program is losing some ground to newer, more innovative online presentation tools.
CBSNews -- 2014 was the year of the bigger smart phone, fitness trackers, drones, 3D printing and security hacks. So what will next year bring?
(CNN) -- It's getting there. Sony's PlayStation networks were still down; Xbox is mostly up, but some functions are limited, their service websites said early Friday.
CBSNews -- Gift cards were a popular holiday present this year, but those who plan to redeem those cards online need to take some precautions. Security experts have a few tips to keep hackers from getting your information.
CBSNews -- We're all excited to try out new gadgets as soon as we rip them from the packaging. But William Pelgrin, president and CEO of the Center for Internet Security, warns that it can be dangerous to fire up a digital device without first making sure you're protected from the threat of hackers.
CNN -- By the millions, people took to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more to sound off on the year's biggest events, controversies and personalities.
The hottest gift on Christmas wish lists are electronics. Americans go through tablets, computers, mobile phones, televisions by the millions. But the EPA says you should not just chuck the older versions in the trash.
LOS ANGELES -- Cybersecurity experts are questioning the FBI's claim that North Korea is responsible for the hack that crippled Sony Pictures. Kurt Stammberger, a senior vice president with cybersecurity firm Norse, told CBS News his company has data that doubts some of the FBI's findings.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- As you get new electronic items this Christmas, you'll want to think about how to get rid of your old items and even old Christmas lights.