GM uses Facebook, calls to reach 1.2M car owners who still haven't gotten deadly switch fixed
Facebook apologizes to drag queens, transgender community for 'real names' policy
All those postings about sore throats, kids with tummy aches, and parents with runny noses can provide vital clues to public health.
Imagine hackers sitting right in front of your computer -- a programming bug called Bash Bug is making certain operation systems vulnerable and experts warn it's time to take steps to protect computers.
With all the hubbub over whether the new iPhones can be bent -- by mistake or on purpose -- Men's Health's Gregg Stebben has some things not to do.
Can the newest social networking site take on Facebook?
A new study suggests that multitasking with various electronic devices makes your brain smaller.
A Closer Look: Ways to hide or secure sensitive photos, data on phones
If asked to guess the food that D.C. folks tweet most about, I'd probably have said #halfsmoke, #pizza or maybe #crab.
Why a face-to-face discussion trumps a tweet.
As police scan millions of license plates, civil libertarians question how info is being used
Just when airline passengers thought reclined seats were their biggest concern, a new social media trend is pointing out worse passenger habits.
Meghan Trainor's new song deals with her own body image struggles.
The posts you "like" on Facebook do more than show support for a friend's new baby or express your obsession with a video of cute kittens. Your "likes" help scientists understand human behavior.
Pumpkin spice lattes have been wildly popular for Starbucks. Now, Nabisco is getting in on the action with seasonal Oreos.
Facebook users on phones and tablets are discovering an unexpected and unpleasant surprise: higher bills for data usage, because of one of the social network's video functions
Online or in cloud systems, privacy can be an elusive concept, as photo hacking case shows
Photos that allegedly capture nude celebrities - including Jennifer Lawrence and Selena Gomez -- were leaked Sunday night, leaving many to question their online security.
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