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With Twitter's stock now public, a lot of people and businesses are wondering whether now is the time to begin tweeting. The microblogging site is revolutionizing the way companies get their messages out.
Ten years have flown by, yet time has been kind to one of the most popular holiday movies, "Love Actually."
Privacy experts warn nothing is private online. So, many people - including young job-seekers - are trying to clean-up their Internet personas.
A new study shows older adults who perform "do it yourself" home activities have a lower risk of heart attack and stroke.
The search for after-school activities and kids' camps can be time-consuming and frustrating. Activity Rocket lets a parent type a child's age, location, and area of interest and quickly search for options.
Nothing can ruin a day faster than losing a smartphone. The Vybe vibrating smart bracelet helps prevent lost phones and also offers a way to be alerted to calls without having to always have your phone on your hip.
Apple says a manufacturing problem is affecting the battery life of a small number of new iPhone 5S models. The company will replace affected phones.
Starbucks now lets Twitter users buy a coffee drink for a friend by including @tweetacoffee in the 140 character message.
Few things are more frustrating than circling the block looking for parking, and then realizing your car is too big for an open spot. A new electric car that folds itself in half might be the solution.
Shortly after unveiling its new products, Apple quietly released an update to its iOS 7 operating system, which has been scrutinized and criticized by many who found their mobile devices performing poorly.