In the future, you could enjoy your morning coffee with photos you just uploaded or with an inspirational phrase.
A look at why social media site Pinterest is catnip to retailers and shoppers alike
In Florida case, federal court weighs police use of cellphone data against privacy rights
To 'like' or not to 'like'? London stage hit 'Privacy' explores the perils of online exposure
Montgomery County schools are taking the first steps to teaching students how to be safer and kinder online.
Everyone may soon know your name the next time you go shopping.
Brazil's new Internet 'Bill of Rights,' promotes privacy, ensures net neutrality
Gates-, Carnegie-funded student data group to close after NY pulls out amid privacy fears
A new social photo frame lets users instantly share pictures and videos posted online with less-than-technically-savvy grandparents or other loved ones.
Facebook launches location-sharing feature 'Nearby Friends' with lots of precautions
Police charge Canadian man in Heartbleed privacy breach at Canada's tax agency
Three years ago Dozer stunned racers at the Maryland Half Marathon. Since then, the Goldendoodle has been on a mission to raise money for cancer research.
The Anne Arundel County Police Department is warning parents they need to talk to their kids about sexting.
Nobody ever looks good in a bathroom mirror selfie. A new two-may mirror snaps a photo of the user at just the right time and automatically posts the selfie to Twitter.
Acne sufferers have a new tool -- a smartphone app that provides information on foods that may impact their skin conditions.
If you root for the Washington Nationals, you live in Virginia, Maryland or D.C. -- and nowhere else.
Are Robert Griffin III's tweets and logo sending the wrong message?
Two local high school students have invented an online method that channels the popular video game Guitar Hero but teaches users how to play a real guitar.
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