A Wyoming mom decides the only way she can keep her daughter in line is to follow her around school with a phone, film her and post it to Facebook.
A Florida headmaster wins an $80,000 age discrimination settlement. Then his daughter has to tell her Facebook friends about it (of course.) This contravenes the terms of the settlement.
Internet trolls targeted Robin Williams' daughter, sending her cruel messages and gruesome pictures on Twitter. As CNET's Kara Tsuboi explains, Zelda Williams abandoned her Twitter and Instragram accounts, but not before firing back and sending out a statement about her father.
The nasties of the Web wouldn't allow Zelda Williams to grieve with dignity.
In a deposition for a lawsuit brought by a paparazzo against him, the next Steve Jobs muses about the effects drones will have on society.
A mother makes her daughter pose for a picture to prove that it will travel far and wide on the Web. She ends up getting prank calls, pizza deliveries and a lesson for herself.
Studio Ghibli has announced its first ever TV series, based on a book by Pippi Longstocking author Astrid Lindgren.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon answers whether it's possible to take a Verizon smartphone to AT&T and still come out on top.
One couple in China sold their daughter, and used the profits to buy an iPhone and other luxury goods.
The chip giant is putting money and accountability behind its diversity push, but it still faces an uphill battle in making change, experts say.