How effective are health apps? Not very, if you don't use them
For the teeniest title, it beat out a shell that could fit ten times into the eye of a needle
Twitter just ditched "favorite" stars for "like" hearts - and users aren't hearting it one bit
Teenager deletes over 2,000 photos, rewrites captions on "false photos" to show harsh reality
"We're the ones who have to live with it if the oceans are acidic and the planet is 5 degrees warmer"
A report by Common Sense Media shows tweens spend almost six hours a day on "entertainment media"
The policy includes up to 20 weeks of paid leave for mothers who give birth. Fathers are eligible for six weeks
One mom says pervasiveness of social media is "frightening" and moderating teens' usage can be tricky
New research says that early childhood exposure to tablets has become nearly universal
One-of-its-kind repository run by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service houses more than 1.5 million confiscated items, including elephant tusks and leopard heads
Telecom regulator says hotels and convention centers can't stop consumers from using mobile "hotspots" to access the Web
When online search engines make a misidentify individuals without doing them concrete harm, can they sue?
"We want to do to local deliveries what Skype did to telecommunications"
Kai Kloepfer, an 18-year-old from Boulder, Colorado, was inspired to develop smart gun technology after the Aurora theater massacre
Andrew Paul Leonard's photographs capture the big personality of microscopic organisms
Four-fanged pterosaur flew over the vast desert of Triassic Utah catching other reptiles in its terrible jaws
As Americans turned the clock back once again, the benefit of Daylight Saving is coming into question
The photo-sharing app addressed public uproar following a recent update
Here's how to find out - and control - what personal information you're handing over with these simple shortcuts
New analysis projects the Nordic country's snowy season could become a thing of the past