Thanks to electronic devices, workers have more options to check in at the office. As the last long weekend of the summer approaches, get tips to really escape.
CBSNews -- A woman wearing the experimental nail polish would be able to tell if her drink had been drugged by simply dipping her finger into the drink and giving it a stir. The product is still being tested and is not available for purchase at the moment.
CNN -- Having trouble with your iPhone 5 battery? You might be eligible for a free replacement.
CBSNews -- A blog post by social media marketer Jason Thibeault, "Why I just quit Facebook," is sparking new debate about the risks of social media addiction. Thibeault's essay went viral soon after he posted it on LinkedIn on Thursday, getting more than 700,000 views the next day.
A new NASA field campaign will begin flights over the Arctic this summer to study the effect of sea ice retreat on Arctic climate.
NEW YORK --Traffic lights all across the United States are dangerously easy to hack. And a University of Michigan research team has proven it.
CBSNews -- A newly discovered hacking method appears to have a shockingly high success rate across a variety of popular Android apps. Researchers at the University of Michigan and the University of California, Riverside, discovered that six out of seven popular apps could be hacked with up to a 92 percent success rate.
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. -- Most of us have someone in our family that is resistant to upgrading to the latest and greatest in technology. And they often hold onto the tech they know. But what happens when it wears out?
As the summer comes to a close and you squeeze in one last big international vacation, beat jet lag and bounce back to school or work with the help of technology. There is a simple app that can help.
Lighten your backpack this school year by saying goodbye to heavy textbooks and hello to digital textbooks. See some of the best places to find a great deal on these digital books.
A NASA telescope has observed a rare sight from about 324 light-years away.
From messaging to gaming, there have been a few changes to Facebook lately -- and lots of rumors about what they all mean for privacy.
CBSNews -- The theft of more than 1 billion passwords and 500,000 email addresses by Russian hackers is another reminder that consumers need to take preemptive action to avoid being victimized, experts say.
CBSNews -- A Russian crime ring has stolen the largest known collection of username and password combinations ever, in a trend that is becoming the crime of the 21st century. CBS News looked into it.
CNN -- A new initiative to help rescue dogs find loving homes has come to the popular hookup app, Tinder.
It used to be that when someone died, a loved one would be tasked with sorting through the personal effects, but now many documents and photos are kept online. Family members may not have access to email and social media after a death.
CBSNews -- The precursors to computer keyboards we all know and use every day, typewriters were found in practically every school and office for well over 100 years. However, to many kids today, typewriters may as well be as ancient as Gutenberg's printing press.
CBSNews -- That high-tech keyless car security system is pretty sweet -- for hackers. According to a new report in Wired, thieves can use off-the-shelf hardware and software to impersonate a vehicle's security fob and break into a car in no more than a few minutes.
(CNN) -- For 17 years, NASA rovers have laid down tire tracks on Mars. But details the space agency divulged this week about its next Martian exploration vehicle underscored NASA's ultimate goal.
(CBS News)-- Lighting up the night sky, a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket boosted a $245 million Global Positioning System navigation satellites into orbit Friday night, the seventh of 12 upgraded navigation beacons joining a globe-spanning constellation serving military and civilian users alike.
CBSNews -- Thursday is National Heatstroke Prevention Day, which raises awareness about the estimated 40 child deaths each year in hot cars.
NEW YORK -- Verizon's biggest users may soon find that their data plans aren't so "unlimited" after all. And federal regulators aren't happy about it.
CNN -- "Date rape" drugs have met their high-tech match.
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.