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“Far from an honest mistake”: Facebook accused of inflating ad data

Last Updated Oct 17, 2018 5:07 PM EDT Advertisers in a class action lawsuit against Facebook say the social media giant committed fraud, knowingly inflating...

How AI is creating new threats to election security

Campaign 2018: Election Hacking is a weekly series from CBS News & CNET about the cyber-threats and vulnerabilities of the 2018 midterm election. Cyberattacks targeting the...

Siri Shortcut lets you secretly record police

Apple's Siri responds to voice commands. Getty Getting stopped by the cops? Siri can be on your side. A new Siri Shortcut called "Police," available for users of Apple's iOS...

Facebook working on “unsend” button for messages

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Getty Facebook is currently testing out an "unsend" button feature that lets users take back messages on the company's Messenger app, a...

YouTube fixes “access issues” causing widespread outage

A picture illustration shows the YouTube logo. Reuters YouTube, the second most visited website in the world, had experienced an outage across its various platforms Tuesday...

Atlas 5 rocket boosts $1.8 billion military satellite into space

Lighting up the night sky, a high-power Atlas 5 rocket streaked away from Florida early Wednesday carrying a $1.8 billion military communications satellite built...

NASA astronaut unfazed by frightening aborted launch

Two minutes after launch aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket last week, NASA astronaut Nick Hague knew something had gone badly wrong. At the moment four...

SpaceX rocket debris washes up along Outer Banks beach

This image shows debris from a SpaceX rocket found along a North Carolina beach.  Angie Chris Langdon SpaceX says a large piece of sheet metal that...

Uber reportedly worth more than Ford, GM, Tesla–combined

Last Updated Oct 16, 2018 12:50 PM EDT With Uber expected to go public next year, banks are valuing the company as high as $120 billion,...

Paul Allen: The 60 Minutes Interview

Editor's Note: Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, died Monday in Seattle from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. He was 65. Below is the transcript...

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