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University of Texas professor and grad students manipulate unmanned crafts' flight paths. One exercise is done with DHS. Thousands of civilian drones are destined for U.S. skies.
An experimental type of vaccine that aims to treat, as opposed to prevent, metastatic breast and ovarian cancer shows promise in a small clinical trial.
The Apple co-founder says to the CBS Early Show that his "mind went blank" when he heard of the death of Steve Jobs.
The company will ask for permission to auction off its state-of-the-art factory built with more than $500 million from the federal government.
As 9/11 memories loom large, Japan learns that an air traffic controller at Tokyo airport posted a detailed flight plan for Air Force One during President Obama's visit to Asia last November, report says. Controller apparently posted data simply to show his friends.
Would you like some microchips with that burger? McDonald's Europe strikes another blow against human interaction by installing 7,000 touch-screen computers to take your order and money.
Documents released nine days ago report al Qaeda's third in command promised nuclear reprisals if bin Laden were killed.
It's the latest internet webcam sensation that has taken over the BOL crew. Google is bidding for some sweet telecom patents, but is anyone bidding on MySpace? We don't think so. Plus, Computer Love returns to brighten up this Monday.
Director David Schwimmer's new movie, "Trust," is a compelling story about a horrendous yet rare case of online "grooming." The film has some good messages for parents and kids.
CBS News correspondent Dr. Debbye Turner Bell shows off a high-tech pooper scooper, a doggie treadmill, spill-proof bowls, a microwavable cat cake, and more.