How to get up to $358 in the Yahoo data breach settlementIf you had an account with the portal between 2012 and 2016, you could be eligible for cash or free credit monitoring
Google debuts new Pixel 4 smartphone and moreThe new phone boasts better facial recognition technology, a second camera lens, and motion-sensing technology
Blizzard says China had "no influence" in video gamer banGaming company exec defends move to suspend Hearthstone player after he expressed support for Hong Kong protests
Facebook's digital currency Libra faces setbacksIn a draft report obtained by the BBC, a G7 taskforce warns banks of the potential risks of cryptocurrencies. That comes just days after major financial institutions began pulling support for Facebook's digital currency Libra. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joins CBSN to explain the latest.
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie: "You are the target" of companies like FacebookData analyst Christopher Wylie exposed how Cambridge Analytica harvested information of millions of Facebook users during the 2016 campaign. Now he's out with a new book, "Mindf*ck: Cambridge Analytica and the Plot to Break America." Wylie spoke with CNET senior producer Dan Patterson and CBS News investigative reporter Graham Kates about the ongoing threats to social media users' privacy.
All-women Delta crew flies 120 girls to NASA to encourage female aviatorsTo celebrate International Girls in Aviation Day, Delta took 120 girls, ages 12 to 18, to NASA's headquarters to learn about STEM and careers in aviation and aerospace.
Facebook still won't let you "friend" Christopher WylieThe Cambridge Analytica whistleblower remains banned from Facebook more than a year after revealing how the social media giant was used to manipulate voters
SpaceX makes push toward piloted test flightCritical tests in the next few months must go well for Crew Dragon to carry out piloted test flight
NASA to launch satellite from 40,000 feet — from an airplaneThe launch kicks off a $252 million mission to study Earth's electrically charged ionosphere
Apple pulls Quartz news app from China app storeApple said the app included content that was illegal in China, although it provided no details, according to Quartz
Why automation could hit African-American workers hardAI, robots and other technologies that supplant human labor threaten to widen the racial wealth gap in the U.S.
Apple removes app used by Hong Kong protesters to locate policeU.S. tech giant says Hong Kong authorities "verified" HKmap.live was "used to target and ambush police," but the app's developer calls it a "decision to suppress freedom"