We celebrate, and we pay the price. You might think that having a tough "morning after" would lead people to swear alcohol off for a while. But a new study suggests that might not be the case.
Luis Rodriguez, whose picture is featured on the Huntingdon Beach police Facebook page, seems rather proud of the fact -- which is a pity, because police want him on charges of vandalism.
Ever since the Samsung Galaxy S3 was introduced last May, it's been giving Apple's iPhone a run for its money. Among Android devices, the Galaxy S3 is arguably the king. And now as Sumi Das reports, smartphone experts suspect that Samsung is preparing to unveil its successor.
Earlier court order requiring a Wisconsin suspect in underage porn case to decrypt his hard drives for the FBI by the end of the day Tuesday -- or face contempt of court -- has been lifted.
General manager apologizes for link-sharing site's "dangerous speculation" in the days following the Boston Marathon bombing.
The software giant and Andrey N. Sabelnikov, who admits he wrote the code used in malware that infected thousands of computers, reach a settlement in related lawsuit.
An FBI source communicated with Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis on the site. Nafis was arrested trying to bomb the New York Federal Reserve.
An 18-year-old Pittsburgh man lands in the slammer after allegedly robbing a market and then posting pictures of the loot on his Facebook page.
Facebook is on a mission to arm itself with a powerful arsenal of patents, and it's surprising where the next set of patents may come from.
St. Petersburg, Russia-based Andrey N. Sabelnikov says he is "absolutely not guilty" of participating in the creation of the huge spam network that Microsoft shut down last September.