(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.
NEW YORK -- Federal regulators plan to propose new rules Thursday (4-23) that would allow Internet providers to create a "fast lane" for certain websites and services.
Netflix, the streaming video company said Monday that it planned to increase subscription prices for new customers by one or two dollars a month within the next few months
Honor Mother Earth on Earth Day, April 22nd, by recycling some of your old gadgets. By some estimations, two million tons of old gadgets end up in landfills every year.
CBSNews -- The "heartbleed" bug may have put millions of passwords, credit card details and sensitive information in the hands of nefarious hackers. Before you change your passwords, security experts suggest making sure the website is now secure, and provide tips for creating stronger passwords.
(CNN) -- Have you been pining for your very own wearable $1,500 Google Glass but weren't sure how you, a regular nondeveloper residing in the United States, could procure one?
A major online security vulnerability dubbed "Heartbleed" could put your personal information at risk, including passwords, credit card information and e-mails.
(CBS News)-- Hailing from across the country, driving on different roads in different conditions, these teen drivers had one thing in common: according to phone records, they were texting at the wheel.
(CBS News)-- PC users have heard this repeated again and again over the past few months, but this is a final goodbye -- Windows XP will be officially dead on Tuesday.
CBS -- Google's new Pokemon Master? Internet-connected goggles for dogs? A private island for tech startups? If these all seem too good to be true, check your calendar -- it probably is.
CBSNews -- The iPhone 6 will arrive as early as September in two screen sizes, according to Japan's largest business daily publication.
CBSNews -- A handful of billboards have popped up across the San Francisco Bay Area, getting quite a few glances. They show distracted drivers caught in the act, using their cellphones behind the wheel.
CBSNews -- Few things are more annoying than smartphone-addicted friends. You're just trying to get a beer and they're obsessively checking their phones, reading tweets and updating you on Facebook happenings.
Scientists have added another celestial body to the short list of objects in our solar system that have rings around them.
(CNN) -- Twitter announced Wednesday that it is squeezing in new photo tagging and collage features.
Whether its apps cluttering your smartphone or tablet or old devices gathering dust in a drawer, your digital life could use a spring cleaning too. Get tips that can help protect privacy and keep devices running smoothly.
NEW YORK -- King Digital Entertainment, which makes the popular Candy Crush Saga online game, is one of 14 companies set to go public this week.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- If you're still using Windows XP, you just won $100 from Microsoft.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A Missouri State University faculty member ensures that disabled students have the technology they need to succeed.
(CNN) -- After moving to New York, Brian Moore could not stop running into his ex-girlfriend. There were four awkward and unplanned encounters in six months, to be exact.
Any day now, your high school senior should be finding out which college he or she has been accepted to. Hopefully, there will be several great schools to choose from. See some handy tech resources to aid your family in making this big decision.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Google is ready to try its hand at smartwatches with its "Android Wear" initiative.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.-- Digital dermatology, a form of telemedicine, takes on new form with the snap of a selfie. One clinic in Fayetteville is using an app to help diagnose local patients.
(CNN) -- Holiday albums could be less forgettable when pictures of a Mediterranean meal carry the scent of olives; a selfie on the beach contains a trace of salt spray or a rainy London scene conveys the distinctive aroma of freshly wet concrete.
The price of an Amazon Prime membership was raised Thursday, but only half as much as the online retailer had said it was considering a month ago.
CBSNews -- The winter blues can spread through an unlikely place -- Facebook. Emotions on the social network are contagious, a recent study says.
CBS -- The creator of the ultra-popular but no-longer-available Flappy Bird is finally telling his story. Dong Nguyen, a 28-year-old programmer from Vietnam, explains in a Rolling Stone profile that he created the game because he wanted something like the Nintendo games that he grew up playing.
Think back to your life before your smartphone. Or, if you can, to life before shopping, researching, and messaging via the internet. The World Wide Web has made life a lot easier, and a lot more interesting for us.
March 17, St. Patrick's Day, is right around the corner. Though St. Patrick's Day is intended to be a day of cultural and religious celebration, here in America, many use it as an excuse to party.
(CNN) -- Apple released its latest mobile operating system update on Monday, iOS 7.1. The major upgrade packs in an assortment of bug fixes, improvements, new features and some subtle changes to the overall interface.
AUSTIN, Texas -- The 21st annual South by Southwest Festival is under way in Austin, Texas. The festival has become the place to preview the technology of tomorrow. And what's catching the eye of many is being able to print your food.