Science News & Technology News:

  • Two Americans complete third spacewalk in eight days
    Two American astronauts successfully completed the 187th spacewalk in the history of the International Space Station. The spacewalk is one of many planned this year to help prepare the space station for the next wave of human spaceflight. Mark Strassman reports on their journey.
  • FCC votes to uphold net neutrality
    The issue of net neutrality sparked a huge corporate lobbying battle and a flood of online comments to the FCC from some four million individual Internet users. This past week, the Commission declared the Internet a public utility, like phone service, with no fast lane for anybody. Charles Osgood explains what it means to consumers.
  • Robots open up the world of art
    The De Young, one of San Francisco’s fine art museums, now has two robots that open the museum up to those who cannot attend, including the physically handicapped. John Blackstone reports on the state-of-the-art in museum tour guides, and interviews robotics activist Henry Evans, a former Silicon Valley executive who is now almost completely paralyzed, and who worked with the museum to make touring by robot a reality.
  • ​In a nutshell: Net neutrality
    What does the recent FCC decision about Internet access mean?
  • Tech companies gear up for the auto industry
    There's the iPad, the iPhone, so how about an iCar? There's a lot of talk lately about Apple joining tech giants Google and Tesla by getting into the auto business. But, can these Silicon Valley companies really take on Ford, GM and Chrysler? Techonomy's founder and CEO David Kirkpatrick joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to bring us the latest.
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