A University of Missouri study finds that active Twitter users are far more likely to experience Twitter-related conflict with their romantic partners.
Your cheatin' heart may tell on you, but your Fujitsu F-series flip phone won't. Some cheaters in Japan are reportedly getting an infidelity assist from older phones with fancy privacy features.
They steal your identity, take control and can't be stopped. The year's cybersecurity threats were so frightening they made your skin crawl.
An unaired "SNL" sketch reveals what happens when you've written 10,000 tweets. You get a celebrity kiss, a visit from Woody Harrelson dressed as God and an elaborate music-dance routine.
There seems to be no limit to the imagination of app creators, who want you to simply be happy -- even if it's with someone else's husband or wife.
A survey suggests that many worry something bad will happen at a trade show -- with 66 percent afraid their partner could cheat.
A British woman passionately needs her 12-year-old dachshund, Winnie, to be copied. So she wins a competition and a Korean company clones Winnie for free.
A Utah mom sees comments on her son's Facebook page. They are from teens who allegedly claim they will shoot him. She informs the police, who say that the teens were ready to carry out the threat.
Intel's director of creative innovation is launching a watch that, he says, makes all his calls so he doesn't need a smartphone. But what will come next? A Miley Cyrus nose-ring phone?
At one Grand Rapids, Mich., college, an economics professor insists that if a phone rings, students have to answer on speaker. Then came April 1.