Washington Wizards star John Wall is taking heat online for allegedly stiffing a limousine driver who went out of her way to help him. The man who runs a blog that chronicles the life of Vegas cabbies says what happens in Vegas gets tweeted.
Anyone who has ever dreaded attempting to cancel a cable subscription will empathize with a man who faced a frustrating phone battle with a Comcast customer service representative.
A new study concludes Facebook and other social media sites are playing a significant role in divorce rates and marital satisfaction. But is Facebook causing divorce or divorce causing people to use Facebook?
Maryland Congressman Chris Van Hollen is offering prime Facebook real estate to the person who captures a striking image of the Democrat's Eighth Congressional District.
A study reveals the who and why of unfriending.
A few clicks on the Unroll.me webpage can quickly cut the amount of junk email users see, and thin-out an unwieldy list of subscription newsletters.
NSA reportedly targeted German privacy activist who provided online anonymity tool
US intelligence leaders feel vindicated by board's report on Internet spying on foreigners
Independent body finds no 'illegitimate activity' in NSA monitoring but recommends safeguards
People use Facebook to share their lives and feelings -- and now it turns out Facebook manipulated the newsfeeds of thousands of users in a social experiment.
Children are getting phones at a younger age every year, but it can be hard for parents to know when their youngsters are ready for the responsibility. "A Parents' Guide to Mobile Phones" has tips and strategies to consider before taking the important step.
A growing number of Facebook users report posts are disappearing. Ken Colburn of Data Doctors explains what's happening, and what can be done about it.
Parents are monitoring their children's social media involvement by limiting screen time and restricting access to certain sites. But what many parents don't realize is that their kids are monitoring them as well.
Social media prenups are a growing trend and lawyers are seeing a rise in its requests as couples aim to crack down on hurtful post either during or after a relationship.
Facebook announced Thursday that it's starting to use app and website data from your browsing habits to provide ads tailored to your interests -- but there is a way to limit how much information Facebook can retrieve.
Men show their role in fighting for inequality with a new hashtag #AllMenCan.
What happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas - especially when Richard Dunn, a 43-year-old Georgia resident, decided to film a comical music video while stranded overnight at a Las Vegas airport.
Don't you hate spoilers? There's a simple way to make sure they don't show up on your Facebook and Twitter feeds.
Slovenes decide in referendum how open communist-era state security files should be
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