Video of a girl throwing puppies into a river sparks Web outrage. While a still-active Facebook group threatens to kill her, alleged perpetrator posts an apology video.
An eighth-grader in Maine is sitting in class when she hears a pop. Then she notices smoke coming from her back pocket.
When a 7-year-old asks Australian scientists for a dragon, they first give her a sincere apology, then figure out how to send her an adorable 3D-printed winged beast.
Swedish teen Antonia Eriksson uses Instagram to post photos of her inspiring transformation after battling with a deadly eating disorder.
Who doesn't love Girl Scout Cookies? Using a free app or Web site, you can hunt down the nearest sale and feed your addiction.
BroApp sends lovey-dovey messages to your beloved little dove, so that you can enjoy drinking with the boys. Really.
A project called "Art x Smart" injects famous works of art with a dose of 21st-century technology.
In one story, a girl tells a boy she will sleep with him if he gets 1 million Facebook Likes. In another, a dad tells his kids he will get them a puppy for the same "achievement." Is the world demented?
The Internet's No. 1 streaming site signs exclusive deal for past seasons of Fox hit "New Girl," while the home of current episodes -- competitor Hulu -- faces an uncertain future.
Alicia Keys is no longer BlackBerry's global creative director. Because no hits?