Daughter and son-in-law of a candidate for a judicial post in Oklahoma have set up a Web site begging people not to vote for him.
A Soyuz spacecraft carrying two cosmonauts and a NASA astronaut docks with the space station. The astronaut's daughter promptly asks for an iPhone, "so I can keep up with your trip."
For decades, the defense group has let you follow the Christmas Eve travels of the jolly old elf. These days, technology is playing a bigger role than ever.
A convicted murderer in a medium-security prison posts Facebook pictures of himself, taken on a BlackBerry, with a knife, a bong, and even of his daughter shooting guns.
When first-grader Katie Goldman was teased for being a "Star Wars" fan because she's a girl, her mom took to the Internet. And the Internet responded awesomely.
ZDNet's Larry Dignan just got his Google Cr-48 and couldn't resist firing it up and taking it through the paces. Here's his early take on the computer.
A tradition started with a wrong number in a Sears ad continues. Thousands of people from all over the world will call or e-mail NORAD to find out Santa's Christmas Eve whereabouts.
University of Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari says his daughters should get off Facebook. First, one reveals news she shouldn't have, then the other takes on his critics with fabulously harsh postings.
Accusations have been leveled that Bristol Palin's ascendancy into the final of "Dancing with the Stars" is thanks to hackers.
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