In an excerpt from a new book about Apple after Steve Jobs, little emerges that many hadn't already suspected.
A restaurant owner in Israel has had enough of cell phone chatter and mute couples staring into their phones during dinner. So he's offering an incentive.
The social network encourages giving with a new button, but it's not an entirely altruistic endeavor.
Whether we're responding to a disaster or helping to prevent one, our generosity comes from our hearts, but ensuring that our gifts have the maximum impact possible requires using our heads.
A 16-year-old puts his iPad on top of some boxes at home. His mom thinks it's all cardboard and tosses it in the fire pit. A customer at his diner gets him a $360 Best Buy gift card. Just because.
Kiera Wilmot, the 16-year-old who put toilet cleaner and aluminum foil together at school and it went bang will not be charged with a felony.
Having been cajoled to within an inch of his sanity by Stephen Colbert to join Twitter, President Bill Clinton does it for himself.
In a charmingly pointed video to wish Androiders Happy Holidays, Google shows that its Android ecosystem extends to little people from the future.
In order to assuage your guilt, crowdfunding platform Razoo wants you to give to charities. Can this possibly catch on?
A Chicago lawyer bought the domain popefrancis.com on a whim in 2010. Now he's offering to put it on the pope's collection plate.