A 17-year-old allegedly sexts his 15-year-old girlfriend. The police allegedly now want to photograph his private parts to prove their case.
A Washington state anesthesiologist and surgeon is reportedly suspended after allegedly risking patient safety due to his alleged telephonic habits.
A McAfee study shows that 49 percent of US adults use their smartphones to send racy photos and videos, and risque e-mails and text messages.
A teenage girl in Canada sends naked pictures of her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend to a friend and posts one picture to the victim's Facebook page. She is more or less the same age as the victim, yet is convicted of child pornography.
The French language is constantly assaulted by English tech phrases. So its most revered cultural body finds a French way of saying things.
Research into what things people most want to keep to themselves on their phones shows that there are truths more embarrassing than naked truths.
We've all been naive to believe that there is any sort of true security on the Web. The case of the mass leaking of naked celebrity pictures is just one example.
The performance artist, a member of the famed NEA Four who played a key role in the '90s culture wars, plans to create a series of paintings inspired by sexts. R U in, hottie?
Some professional cyclists are concerned that self-centered fans are turning their backs on the riders, just to take a selfie.
The app sends messages, photos, and videos that expire seconds after they're sent. Perfect for the type of communication you don't want falling into the wrong hands.