Can legendary laughmeister Weird Al Yankovic impress the teenagers of today? The Fine Brothers find out.
A 13-year-old in Texas wakes up to smoke and discovers her Samsung phone melting. The culprit appears to be a replacement battery.
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 15-year-old jumps on the car of a man who stole her iPhone. She falls and dies of her injuries.
While Mark Zuckerberg fights to get relaxed immigration reform, his company is one of quite a few that are hiring high schoolers with tech skills.
The social network is far from on the outs among the teenage crowd, according to a new poll from research firm Forrester.
Brian Cooley looks at new data on teen driving that shows some positive trends in attitudes and behaviors.
Kane Zipperman's girlfriend cheated on him, but wants him back. His posting of their exchange is less communication and more a certain art. But is it real?
McAfee's "Teens and the Screen" survey sees a far greater awareness of cyberbullying, but a carefree attitude toward security on the part of teens.
"Surf's up! See you on the 'net!" A group of today's teenagers can hardly believe the Internet of yore, or the hokey way it's described in this tutorial from 1997.