Coc Coc, a new Russian-Vietnamese internet search company, plans to spend millions over the next 5 years trying to win over web surfers.
The company thinks it can give better search results than Google; results that are more tailored to its Vietnamese users.
Erin Burnett tried the new search engine out.
It sounds like it could be an old joke - a neurosurgeon and two former Israeli soldiers walk into a coffee shop. But what happens next is no punch line.
It's a chance encounter that has turned an old idea – meant to prepare fighter pilots for battle – into an innovative new idea that could save lives.
Surgical Theater is a virtual program that helps surgeons simulate intricate surgery - just like a flight simulator helps the Air Force practice a critical mission.
The National Institute of Health has awarded the University of Alabama more than $400,000 in research grants to develop the Personal Automatic Cigarette Tracker.
It's a system that includes breathing and hand gesture sensors designed to detect and record when and how a person smokes to help researchers and smokers figure out why they smoke and hopefully stop.
Erin Burnett has more.
Facial recognition is a staple of TV dramas and big screen movies. Input a suspect's image and within minutes... a match.
But when it came to identifying the suspects in the Boston bombings, it took manpower to identify the Tsarnaev brothers.
So why didn't the technology work?
CNN's Tom Foreman has the story.
Prosecutors building their case against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are relying on a critical piece of evidence: surveillance cameras.
While these eyes in the sky provided key intelligence that led to the suspects being identified - they're also part of a larger debate that's pitting public safety against your privacy.
Our Tom Foreman is OutFront with the story.