The Google Arts & Culture app lets you take a selfie, then compares it to thousands of museum paintings
Users in states with tough biometric identification laws can't access the popular app, due to concerns about privacy
Boeing and SpaceX plan initial test flights this year of new spacecraft designed to carry astronauts
Tech giant pledges to bolster job-creation in the U.S., saying it has a responsibility to "give back"
Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee holding hearing on what steps social media platforms are taking to fight spread of extremist propaganda
"Heard a boom and I kind of thought I felt something -- and my dog freaked out," one person told CBS Detroit
Catcher Technology is accused of subjecting workers to unsafe conditions, unpaid overtime and filthy dormitories