The number of young Americans watching online videos every day has more than doubled, according to survey findings released Tuesday. They're glued to them for nearly an hour a day, twice as long as they were four years ago.
Bringing the railroads to Capitol Hill: Industry insiders show off the latest technology designed to make train tracks as safe as possible, with the latest gadgets and tools capable of out-smarting their human controllers.
There’s a crack-down on those annoying, incessant calls that never seem to stop from telemarketers and scammers. The FCC is now opening the door for phone companies to automatically block so-called ‘robocalls’ before ever reaching your number. Washington Correspondent Alana Austin gets to the bottom of this issue disturbing so many consumers.
By Alana Austin (Gray DC) & Tali Arbel (AP Technology Writer)
Phone companies now have more power to automatically stop so-called ‘robocalls’. The Federal Communications Commission, or FCC, signaled Thursday to providers they can block those automated – and sometimes harassing – calls.
With controversy swirling around social media companies, an internet safety group says your trust in them has sunk to an all-time low. Getting back in good standing for these companies that are so important to our society could come at a dial-up pace.
Your commute could look a lot different in the future. From self-driving cars to a taxi cab drone to controlling a car with your brainwaves, the future of transportation was on display at CES. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi reports on some of the highlights.
Your smartphone and computer may be vulnerable to hackers. Researchers have discovered security flaws in computer processors that could expose your personal data including passwords.CBS News' Nikki Battiste reports.
At the Bridgeport Conference Center Wednesday, police gathered for a demonstration of the National Precursor Log Exchange (NPLEx), used to track sales of pseudoephedrine (PSE), a key component in the production of methamphetamine.
Officials from Twitter will trek to Capitol Hill on Thursday to talk to congressional Russia investigators about how Russian-linked accounts may have used the social media platform to try to sway the 2016 election.
Stacey Harvey was driving with her young son Cole in the back seat on an afternoon just like any other. The two were having a casual conversation when Cole suddenly asked, "What if I never learn how to read?"