Silly though it may sound, youngsters are gravitating to this 5-month-old iPhone app to share their cell phone self-portraits.
Move over, Wonder Woman, Batgirl, and Elektra. Artist Alexandria Law pays tribute to little girls who create and wear superhero costumes better than the real deal.
Enough with those cute kids who say silly things, AT&T's new ad campaign offers two nerdy engineers who make sure that your network is wonderful and offer lovely chatup lines.
Has BBC Political Editor's credibility cratered by exposing his iPad ringtone on live TV? Or might it have been enhanced?
Rosalind Wiseman, best-selling author of "Queen Bees and Wannabees" (the book "Mean Girls" was based on) has turned her attention to teen boys with her new book "Masterminds and Wingmen." She and Larry Magid have a chat about boys and their toys and the impact of gaming.
Some say booth babes are a thing of the past. But not, perhaps, if they're athletic, aquatic, and endowed with the right smartphone.
Lego is releasing a special line of, well Lego toys for girls. Is the firmament crumbling? Or do girls need different colored bricks?
Step aside, Lego Friends. GoldieBlox is doing construction toys for girls the right way by combining stories with building skills and keeping the color pink down to reasonable level.
Study of 251 girls ages 14 to 17 also finds that abused or neglected teens are more likely to portray themselves online in a sexual manner.
A group of cheerleaders with science degrees performs in order to inspire more girls to take science seriously.