Facebook announced a big change Wednesday to its news feed. It will now place a higher priority for posts from people you know, and posts from news organizations will be less prominent. CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson -- also the editor of NewYorker.com -- He joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what's behind the move. From CBS This Morning.
The U.S. pay-TV industry proposed a plan to allow more than 50 million subscribers to ditch costly set-top boxes to get television and video programs. According to Reuters, it's an effort to convince federal regulators to abandon more far-reaching reforms. From wochit Business.
Biometric technology is all the rave when it comes to bank security. Jordyn Rolling (@jordynrolling) can explain! From Buzz60.
Priyanka Chopra graced the cover of Maxim Magazine, and while her beauty is unquestionable, her perfect armpits are a bit of a stretch. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports on this photoshop debacle. From Buzz60.
There's a lot of money to be had in the world of video game broadcasting — for game streaming sites, for the gamers themselves and for those who have figured out how to exploit the system. From Newsy.
Virtual assistant technology is rapidly spreading on smartphones and devices like Amazon's Echo. But Silicon Valley is taking note of a less mainstream product called Viv that comes from two of the men who dreamed up Siri, before it was bought by Apple. Viv co-founder and CEO Dag Kittlaus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new generation of virtual assistants powered by artificial intelligence. From CBS This Morning.
The famously eccentric anti-virus software tycoon John McAfee stopped by Business Insider to talk about a wide range of topics. McAfee, who had been running for president as a Libertarian before he lost the party's nomination on Sunday, said that the biggest security threat facing the US is its vulnerability to cyber-crime. From Business Insider.
These days, it seems like those everyday menial tasks you dread are slowly being taken over by robots. The next one to go could be pushing a shopping cart. From Newsy.
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