CBSNews --Up until now, if a Facebook friend shared something interesting and you wanted to save it to read later, there wasn't a good way of doing that. The only options were to post it to your Timeline for everyone to see, or just try to remember to search for it later.
(CBS News)-- It was July 20, 1969 - 45 years ago Sunday - and in a little more than one hour, one way or the other, Armstrong and Aldrin would either be safely on the surface or making an emergency abort back to orbit where crewmate Mike Collins was standing by in the Apollo 11 command module.
CBSNews -- The news is always tragic, and seems to happen far too often: a child left in a hot car is found dead of heat stroke when a caregiver forgot or did not know they were there.
CBSNews -- For parents who are worried about keeping track of their children, technology offers a possible solution: kid-friendly wearable devices with GPS tracking built in.
Washington (CNN) -- Power it up, or leave it behind.
NEW YORK -- Remember the kid who tried to cheat off you by looking over your shoulder to copy your test answers? He's back. But this time he's wearing Google Glass -- and he's after your iPad PIN.
No Fourth of July celebration is complete without a fireworks show. While the audience oohs and ahhs over the dazzle in the sky, they might not realize all the technology, old and new, that goes into producing such a spectacular.
CBSNews -- Concerned your kid doesn't have the strength, speed or skill for an athletic scholarship once they reach college age? Relax! There's always e-sports.
CBSNews -- Smartphones were once a luxury reserved for the wealthy and technologically savvy. But steadily declining prices have put the devices in the hands of the masses, with three-quarters of U.S. consumers now using them.
Jobs in computer science are multiplying fast, with the Labor Department predicting more than 4-million positions by the year 2020. But so far, it's mostly a man's world. Google is launching a new campaign to end the gender gap.
There are websites and apps that tap into the power of your social circle to get the best travel tips from friends.
CBSNews -- Whether you pronounce it gif or jif -- the ever-popular GIF is finally available on Twitter.
CNN -- Will using mobile navigation apps soon join texting-while-driving on the list of government-enforced no-no's for drivers?
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Summer of Science continues at the Discovery Center.
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court will consider the free speech rights of people who use violent or threatening language on Facebook and other electronic media where the speaker's intent is not always clear.
CNN -- While you were having a latte and hunting for a Tinder date on your local coffee shop's open Wi-Fi, you were giving away your personal information.
CNN -- Starbucks is about to offer its customers a charge beyond the caffeine in its drinks.
CNN -- "Star Trek" fans, meet me on the holodeck. It's at Lowe's. We'll talk bathroom tile.
There's face-painting, s'mores and digital detox. Adults seeking to relive happy childhood memories can sign up for a weekend summer camp, but they have to surrender all gadgets including phones, tablets and even watches.
(CNN) -- It didn't get a ton of attention Monday, but Apple's next mobile operating system means significant changes for how iPhone users send and receive messages.
HOUSTON, Texas -- NASA has released what it calls one of the most colorful deep space images of the universe ever captured by the Hubble telescope.
CBSNews -- The FBI wants parents to download an app that could be a lifesaver.
CNN -- Google is working on the ultimate security and privacy feature.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple has unveiled its first new products and software updates during the company's 25th annual developers conference in San Francisco. One of them is a new way to help people manage their health.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announces a new rule for existing coal-fired power plants across the country that would reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
First came reports of a widespread hack of Apple devices in Australia. Now, CBS Los Angeles reports the scam appears to have reached the U.S.
How much can the numbers you dial on your cell phone really reveal about you? Metadata can actually reveal personal information.
CBSNews -- Just press "go" to drive and the "stop" button to stop -- that's the idea behind Google's newest vision for the future of driverless cars.
Dad doesn't need another tie or coffee mug to add to his collection. This Father's Day, use technology to give him a memorable experience doing something he loves, ideally with his family. Here are some unique tech ideas for Dad.
ATLANTA --Many of us have become obsessed with our high tech devices. But when we don't use them correctly or just plain overdo it, we may get some aches and pains.
(CBS News)-- Imagine if you could build a house in as little as a day, with almost no construction crew. The 3D printer is poised to make that happen.
You don't really need a fancy app to take a selfie. But apps like Front Back make selfie taking way more fun.
GREENBELT, Md. -- Skywatchers across North America are in for a treat Saturday morning- there's a brand new meteor shower that may light up the night sky. Osiris-Rex Investigator Carl Hergenrother joins from the Goddard Space Flight Center talks about the May Camelopardalids meteor shower.
The cosmos has aligned, quite literally, for families, space geeks and insomniacs alike, as the Earth is set to intercept a new meteor shower late Friday into Saturday.
Issues of privacy have been an issue for Facebook. The changes Facebook has begun to implement focus on how users choose their privacy settings.
CHICAGO - It came as quite a jolt Wednesday when eBay said it had been hacked and asked 145 million users to change their passwords.
NEW YORK -- E-commerce site eBay (EBAY) is asking users to change their password after a cyberattack compromised a database containing encrypted passwords.
CBSNews -- Ever walk through the park and see an adorable dog that's just the type you always wanted? Or maybe you already have a beloved cat already and wish you could find another just like him? Now, there's an app for that.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A computer hacking software costs just a few bucks and can let even amateur hackers dive into your data and take control of your computer's camera.
CBSNews -- Most chickens don't have a particularly good life. They live in tiny cages, never getting to exercise, often attacking each other and developing health problems. It's tolerated because it allows for greater egg production -- although it's worth noting that some regions of the world are phasing out battery farms.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The U.S. government is about to up the stakes in an ongoing cyber war with foreign electronic enemies. Attorney General Eric Holder will announce the first-ever economic espionage charges against hackers working for a foreign government.
NEW YORK --The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to move forward with a proposal that would allow broadband providers to charge companies like Amazon and Netflix for prioritized access to consumers.
Be careful what you text. Those photos, videos or messages could haunt you years later. Some apps and tools will keep your messages private.
CBSNews -- The next time you want to ignore your favorite celebrity's nonsensical rants or an annoying, over-sharing friend on Twitter, you can choose to "mute" them.
If you have an emergency and own a cell phone, you may soon have a new way of getting help in a hurry. On May 15, major mobile carriers will give users the ability to text 911. But many emergency call centers aren't ready to incorporate the technology.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Are you uncomfortable with the information Facebook shares about you with third-party apps and websites? Facebook has a solution.
CNN -- Whether or not you use AOL, a recently exposed mass hack of the company's network promises trouble for everybody.
CBSNews -- What if there was a way to keep your car clean, all the time, without visiting a car wash?
CNN -- If you're using Internet Explorer and click on the wrong link, a hacker could hijack your computer.
National Secure Your ID Day is Saturday and you might take the opportunity to change your internet passwords. Here's a way to come up with complicated passwords that are easy to use and store securely.