Florida School Shooting: Accused Gunman's Social Media Paints Disturbing ImageCBS Miami's Bianca Peters reports on the social media posts and photos belonging to suspected high school shooter Nikolas Cruz.
Google Visits Miami School Teaching Kids To CodeCBS Miami's Eugene Ramirez reports on a local magnet school that received a lesson in coding by Google.
Fake Followers On Social Media Becoming A Big Issue For Some Employers And AdvertisersCBS Miami's Vladimir Duthiers reports on the growing issue of people paying for social media followers.
Long Awaited Amazon Spheres Now OpenAmazon's rainforest-like conservatory is now open and its status as a Seattle landmark is already being compared to the city's iconic Space needle.
Apple Wants To Fix Your iPhone Slowdown ProblemApple is making good on a promise to let you opt out of the company slowing down your iPhone.
Mobile Trivia Game Is Sweeping The CountryA single HQ Trivia game can have more than a million players
Is Your Latest Holiday Gift Eavesdropping On You?CBS Miami's Lauren Pastrana reports on a feature on items like the Amazon Echo that allows you to listen in without anyone knowing.
Robocalls Are Getting Smarter But These Apps Can Help Prevent ThemCBS Miami's Eugene Ramirez has some helpful tips for people who experience robocalls and want to prevent them.
First Solar Powered Town Seen As Bright IdeaCBS Miami's Rudabeh Shahbazi reports on a Florida town that was built with an eye on the future.
Netflix And Chill? Know About This Scam FirstCBS Miami's Rick Folbaum reports on Netflix warning its users of a scam that is trying to get personal and financial information.
Jeff Bezos Is Helping Send 1,000 Dreamers To CollegeSouth Florida's own and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is helping 1,000 Dreamers go to college.
Facebook Is Making Filter ChangesFacebook is tweaking what people see to make their time on it more "meaningful".
Sony Debuts Next Gen Robotic PupThe robotic dog has a camera and 20 sensors in its body
CES Shows How Different Our Commute Will Look In The FutureFrom self-driving cars to a taxicab drone to controlling a car with your brainwaves, the future of transportation was on display at CES Wednesday.
New TVs At CES Are Bigger, Brighter, And SmarterCNet.com's Cara Tsuboi reports on the impressive new crop of televisions on display in Las Vegas.
Apple Is Out With A Crucial Fix For Your iPhoneApple is out with a fix for a crucial computer chip bug.The company says it has released an update on its operating system software which will repair the Spectre bug - a microchip flaw.
Vegas Consumer Electronics Show Is Tech PlaygroundCBS Miami's Marybel Rodriguez has a look at some of the cool new tech items being showcased at the annual CES in Las Vegas.
Security Flaws Found In Computer, Phone ChipsCBS Miami's Nikki Battiste reports on a security flaw found in most computers and cell phone and what can be done to remedy it.
Folding Car Inspired By 'Transformers' Could Hit The Streets SoonFinding a parking space may soon become much easier thanks to a car that can fold itself up and squeeze into small spaces.
Con-Artists Taking Control Of Victims' Computers In Tech Support ScamCBS Miami's Nikki Battiste reports on a tech support scam and how con-artists are using it to swindle money from innocent people.
Security Glitch Found In Apple's New Operating SystemCBS Miami's Eliott Rodriguez reports on Apple's efforts to fix a glitch that could be a major security risk for many people's computers.
NASA Releases Time-Lapse Video Of Changing Colors Of EarthThe video crams 20 years into just a few minutes.
Tesla Getting Into Big Rig Business With Electric Semi-TruckThe electric carmaker promises to shake up the $700 billion trucking industry with the unveiling of its first semi-tractor trailer.
MoneyWatch: Amazon Key Flaw & Tesla Getting Into Truck BusinessAmazon Key has a serious flaw and Tesla Is getting into the big rig business.