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Drivers Set to Ask Fans How to Make Formula 1 More Exciting

By Jerome Pugmire | May 22
Formula One drivers will ask fans for their views on how to improve the sport as part of an increased effort to make racing more exciting.

Is Your PC Strong Enough to Handle a Virtual Reality?

May 22
As cool as virtual reality gaming might be, the odds of your computer being strong enough to handle it are pretty slim. CNET's Dan Ackerman joins CBSN to explain why.

LGBTQA Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Gaming Convention Sets Dates

By EDGE | May 21
HavenCon offers gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, questioning and allied community members a fun, safe haven filled with gaming experiences, geek activities, incredible artwork, and pop culture panels from industry professionals and local talents.

Helmet Camera Captured Deadly Yosemite Cliff Jump

May 20
Video from a helmet camera might reveal what went wrong when two men wearing wingsuits and attempting an illegal cliff jump at Yosemite National Park crashed to their deaths, a park official said.

The Top iPhone and iPad Apps on App Store

May 20
App Store Official Charts for the week ending May 18, 2015.

Will the New Internet Live in Facebook? Media Giants Make Historic Deal

May 20
Stories from publishers like the New York Times and National Geographic now appear directly on Facebook's news feed. Nine media companies announced the deal Wednesday, bringing some of their content to the world's largest online social network.

What Modern Men Find Sexy, Kate Lanphear on Maxim's Makeover

May 19
Taylor Swift is on the cover this month for the annual Maxim "Hot List" issue. Lanphear joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the nation's biggest men's magazine is doing away with the sexy covers of women in bikinis as it turns the page into a new era.

Culture Shock: Concord's Budding Arts Scene

By EDGE | May 18
There is a renaissance of sorts happening in Concord, New Hampshire, where you can find plenty of creative happenings, along with festivals and local food.

Philadelphia Celebrates 50 Years of the LGBT Rights Movement

By Mike Halterman | May 17
On July 4, 1965, the very first LGBT rights demonstrations in the United States were held in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia.

Smart Mirrors Make Customers Want to Spend

May 14
Imagine a fitting room with a "smart" mirror that suggests jeans to go with the red shirt you brought in. It snaps a video so you can compare the image side-by-side with other colorful shirts you try on or even dress you.

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