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Cruz App Data Collection Helps Campaign Read Minds of Voters

By Michael Biesecker and Julie Bykowicz | Feb 11
Ted Cruz's "Cruz Crew" mobile app is designed to gather detailed information from its users' phones - tracking their physical movements and mining the names and contact information for friends who might want nothing to do with his campaign.

Breakthrough: Scientists Detect Einstein-Predicted Ripples

By Seth Borenstein | Feb 11
In an announcement that electrified the world of astronomy, scientists said Thursday that they have finally detected gravitational waves, the ripples in the fabric of space-time that Einstein predicted a century ago.

Young Adults Swipe Right on Tinder, But is It Just a Game?

By Tali Abrel | Feb 11
Online dating services are now hip with young adults, but not always for dating.

Indonesia Warns Messaging Apps to Drop Same-Sex Emoticons

By Niniek Karmini | Feb 11
Indonesia's government has demanded that instant messaging apps remove stickers featuring same-sex couples, in the latest high-profile attempt to discourage visible homosexuality in the socially conservative country.

Save the Whales By Watching Gay Porn

Feb 11
The porn video-sharing website Pornhub launched a new campaign this week, urging people to help save the whales (including sperm whales!) by watching ample amounts of porn, BuzzFeed reports.

Agencies Contend Facebook is Breaching French Privacy Laws

By Philippe Sotto | Feb 11
Two agencies contend Facebook is breaching privacy laws in France by tracking and using the personal data of more than 30 million users, as well as non-users who are browsing the Internet.

Are Genetics Tests Being Rushed to Market?

Feb 11
The genetic testing industry is booming, with an average of eight to 10 testing products being put on the market every day.

Obama Administration Plans New High-Level Cyber Official

By Tami Abdollah | Feb 11
The Obama administration is creating a new high-level federal official to coordinate cybersecurity across civilian agencies and to work with military and intelligence counterparts.

Roach-Like Robots May Help in Disasters

By Seth Borenstein | Feb 10
When buildings collapse in future disasters, the hero helping rescue trapped people may be a robotic cockroach.

Driven by Power Outages and Savings, Towns Look to Microgrid

By George M. Walsh | Feb 10
An upstate New York town that repeatedly found itself without power for days during a string of storms is planning a dramatic step by pulling its municipal buildings entirely off the electric grid.

Bowled Over by High-Tech Toilets

Feb 10
Japan is known for robots, sushi and cherry blossoms. But there's a new attraction.

Chic Sketch: Fashion's Most Forward App

By Jill Gleeson | Feb 9
A new app turns your digital photo into a professional fashion rendering.

North Korea's New Satellite Flew Over Super Bowl Site

By James Anderson | Feb 9
By 2030, Colorado's population will grow from 5 million to 7 million people, thanks in part to a strong and diverse economy, the state's famed Rocky Mountain quality of life, and its constitutionally-mandated low taxes.

Insider Q&A: Competing with Cable's Internet Offerings

By Tali Abel | Feb 9
Chet Kanojia, the founder of startup TV service Aereo, has a new offering that could shake up the cable industry again. His new Internet service, Starry, would compete with cable companies in big cities.

Exclusive Look Inside Mars 2020 Mission

Feb 9
Only on "CBS This Morning," Jan Crawford take a behind-the-scenes look at the assembly room of the mission in Pasadena, California.

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