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LAUSD to move forward with student cellphone usage ban during school day   (06/17/2024 10:41 PM)

If implemented, the proposal would prohibit cellphone use during school hours on all Los Angeles public school campuses, making LAUSD the largest district in the U.S. to take such action.

Juneteenth Hack brings Black artists together with augmented-reality tech   (06/14/2024 11:15 PM)

A group of tech-driven artists from Oakland kicked off their inaugural Juneteenth hackathon this week, a tech event aimed at changing the way art is discovered and seen in their communities through a 21st century lens.

Newspapers accuse artificial intelligence companies of stealing content   (04/30/2024 7:37 PM)

A newly-filed lawsuit targets two of the biggest generative AI platforms in the world, Open AI, the creators of ChatGPT and Microsoft's Copilot AI program.

Justice Department files antitrust lawsuit against Apple over its iPhone   (03/22/2024 3:23 PM)

The Justice Department Thursday filed a massive antitrust lawsuit against Apple, alleging the tech giant unfairly tries to keep users hooked on iPhones, and charges high fees to app developers which ultimately cost consumers money. Jo Ling Kent has details.

Study finds racial disparities in online patient portal responses   (03/21/2024 4:33 PM)

The type of response you get from a health care provider via an patient portal request may differ depending on your race, researchers found.

Extended interview: "Founding fathers" of the internet on shaping the digital age   (03/19/2024 4:56 PM)

In this extended interview, "CBS Mornings" co-host Tony Dokoupil sits down with three computer scientists who helped create the internet ? Bob Kahn, Vint Cerf and Steve Crocker ? to discuss their first email addresses, what they use the internet for and how artificial intelligence could impact the internet?s future.

How Amazon is using AI to deliver orders even faster   (11/27/2023 2:24 PM)

For online retailers like Amazon, Cyber Monday is one of the biggest shopping days of the year, and the company is using artificial intelligence to help with the demand. CBS News' Kris Van Cleave got exclusive access to Amazon's Robotics Research and Development Center, where it says the future of faster delivery is being built.

Netflix raising prices amid password sharing crackdown   (10/18/2023 11:58 PM)

Netflix is raising the prices of its basic and premium plans as the streaming giant said it added almost 9 million subscribers after cracking down on shared passwords.

Cruise defends safety record after woman pinned under self-driving taxi   (10/03/2023 11:59 PM)

Cruise, the company that operates the driverless taxi, said its vehicles are safer than rideshares operated by humans.

Walter Isaacson on the volatile Elon Musk   (09/10/2023 2:20 PM)

The bestselling biographer of such inventive personalities as Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein and Steve Jobs has written a new book about Elon Musk, the volatile billionaire who has built electric cars, launched rockets, and thrown wrenches into the war between Russia and Ukraine. Walter Isaacson talks with correspondent David Pogue about the ways in which Musk's companies are reshaping history, as well as the celebrity CEO's dramatic personality and his propensity to "go dark."

Walter Isaacson on Elon Musk: "It's almost like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"   (09/10/2023 1:14 PM)

The bestselling biographer of such inventive personalities as Steve Jobs has written a new book about the volatile billionaire who has built electric cars, launched rockets, and thrown wrenches into the war between Russia and Ukraine.

Nonprofit deploys high-tech barges to collect plastic from rivers   (09/09/2023 12:53 AM)

High-tech barges are being used to scoop up tons of floating plastic. The mission of nonprofit Ocean Cleanup is to ultimately collect 90% of floating plastic pollution from the world's waterways. Ben Tracy has more.

Preview: Oprah Winfrey and Arthur Brooks on social media's destructive power   (09/08/2023 6:36 PM)

Oprah Winfrey and Harvard professor Arthur Brooks, famed for his lessons on happiness, have collaborated on a book about finding enjoyment and meaning in your life: "Build the Life You Want: The Art and Science of Getting Happier." Watch this preview of their interview with Norah O'Donnell, to be broadcast on "CBS News Sunday Morning" September 10.

Apple set to roll out the iPhone 15. Here's what to expect.   (09/08/2023 5:21 PM)

The latest iPhone, which debuts next week, is likely to have some impressive new features ? and a heftier price.

Huawei's new phone is alarming U.S. officials. Here's why.   (09/08/2023 4:16 PM)

The Mate 60 Pro phone is sparking a federal probe and fueling concerns about the efficacy of U.S. export controls.