Some FaceApp privacy concerns may be overblownWired editor-in-chief Nick Thompson tells CBSN there's little evidence to back up photo fears around Russian-owned app
"Man on the Moon": The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landingCBS News relives the momentous 1969 moon walk as told by two legends: Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong and "CBS Evening News" anchor Walter Cronkite – the man who made history and the man who reported it
SpaceX's Elon Musk says he can put a man on Mars in four yearsPreview: The aerospace entrepreneur tells "CBS Sunday Morning" he is thinking bigger, and faster, about manned missions to the Moon and the Red Planet
FaceApp raises privacy and security concernsPrivacy and security concerns are being raised about FaceApp, a popular app that makes users' faces look older. Democratic Party leaders are warning campaigns to avoid the Russian-made app. CBS News contributor Nick Thompson joined CBSN to discuss the app and what's actually at risk.
#FaceAppChallenge raises privacy concernsFaceApp uses artificial intelligence technology to turn you into a senior citizen
Uber glitch overcharges customers 100 times their faresOne passenger complained she was charged $1,308 on her credit card instead of $13.08, prompting a fraud alert
What you should know before using popular Russian-owned aging appThere are new privacy concerns surrounding a popular app that makes users look older. FaceApp has more than 80 million active users but tech experts warn you may give up your privacy when you upload photos to the Russian-owned app. FaceApp said, "most images are deleted from our servers within 48 hours." Lawmakers are now calling for an FBI investigation. CBS News contributor and Wired editor-in-chief Nick Thompson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss what people should know before using the popular app.
DNC warns 2020 Democratic campaigns to avoid Russian-made FaceAppArtificial face-aging app has exploded in popularity, but given tech experts' concerns over privacy, DNC says "benefits of avoiding the app outweigh the risks"
FaceApp sparks myths and privacy fears. Here's where your photos goConsumers flocked to the app to get a glimpse of their older selves, but fears are growing over its privacy policy
Building the world's largest telescopeFifty years after the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, advances in technology are helping us understand the universe beyond our solar system. The Giant Magellan telescope is expected to be the world's largest optical telescope, once it's completed. Jim Axelrod reports.
Facebook questioned over cryptocurrency plansFacebook officials were on Captiol Hill for a hearing on the company's plan for a cryptocurrency called Libra. The social network has faced scrutiny over the years for issues with data security, and now lawmakers are voicing concern about the security of users' financial information. CNET editor-at-arge Ian Sherr joined CBSN with details.
Netflix stock tanks after U.S. subscriber count fallsIs the rocket ride over for one of Wall Street's best-performing stocks of the past decade?