In the company's second launch in just two days, SpaceX successfuly boosted 10 Iridium satellite telephone relay stations into orbit Sunday
On June 25, 1997, the great ocean explorer and advocate Jacques Costeau died at the age of 87. Jane Pauley reports on his life of adventure and innovation that inspired boundless fascination with the wonders of the sea. (For more information visit the Cousteau Society.)
In June 2007 Apple released the very first iPhone - an iPod, phone and Internet connection all in one, operated via touchscreen and as futuristic-looking as a sci-fi gizmo. The earliest iPhone didn't have all the features or apps it has today, but it was revolutionary nonetheless. David Pogue, of Yahoo Tech, who was one of the very first journalists to play with the iPhone before its release, reports on the history of the personal device that changed the world.
On June 25, 1997, the great ocean explorer and environmental advocate died at the age of 87
David Pogue looks back at the introduction of the personal device that changed the world
French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau (1910-1997) was a trailblazer in exploring the oceans and bringing the wonders of the sea to audiences around the world through his documentaries and books. In this story originally broadcast on "Sunday Morning" on June 26, 1994, correspondent Terence Smith talks with Cousteau about his tireless efforts as an advocate for the health of the oceans and aquatic life, and his fight to protect Earth's most precious resource for future generations. (For more information visit the Cousteau Society.)
Thursday will mark 10 years since Apple released the first iPhone. The device changed the way we use the internet, shop, learn, take pictures and the way we communicate with each other. With more than a billion sold, it's become part of our culture. Anthony Mason reports.