Technology :: Top Story
"CBS This Morning" contributor Lee Woodruff reports on the latest trends in wearable fitness technology.
At the February Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, 1,700 exhibitors tempted 72,000 visitors. Here are the must-haves, from a digital camera (yes, that’s correct) to a pet tracker to a high-tech cane.
18 year old Eesha Kha-RAY from Saratoga, Calif., received the Young Scientist Award for her research in chemistry. Eesha: "I developed...an energy storage device which can hold a lot of energy in a small amount of volume."
Hewlett-Packard is still scrambling to meet the growing demand for more versatile and less expensive mobile devices as a slump in its personal computer sales deepens.
Google’s new music service offers a lot of eye candy to go with the tunes. The song selection of around 18 million tracks is comparable to other popular services.
Google is processing their footage and trying to stitch it together. It hopes to post it to Street View later this year.
Microsoft revealed the Xbox One, its next-generation entertainment console, during a presentation Tuesday at its headquarters in Redmond, Wash.
16-year-old Jack Andraka unleashed his hyper-drive intellect on preventing more cancer deaths. And as Jim Axelrod reports, the teen created a much faster and far cheaper detection method for pancreatic, ovarian and lung cancer.
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