TD Bank took the idea of thanking its customers a little further last week, giving out thousands of gifts to customers across Canada.
Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the US and abroad
A new Silver Line ad hit the Internet today -- and it's made quiet an impact.
A sickening attack is also a teaching moment for parents about social media use, according to Laurie Nathan of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
There might be a chance you are violating the "terms of service" without even knowing it.
No more time-consuming stretching and tying -- it will soon be possible to fill up to 100 water balloons in a minute.
A Minneapolis man and his two children were asked to leave a Southwest Airlines flight in Denver after he tweeted about a boarding disagreement.
Many Facebook users get alarmed at the idea of the social network sharing private information with advertisers. Data Doctor Ken Colburn explains the reality.
Days after a YouTube video showed a White shark thrashing on a Western Australian beach, a government scientist says the shark had a large sea lion lodged in its throat. See video.
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.
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