Jedi and "Guardians of the Galaxy" characters are among those spotlighting the "Improve Your Selfie" health campaign launched by Disney.
Technically Incorrect: Seattle's pro baseball team suspends catcher Steve Clevenger for, among other things, calling the group pathetic after the Charlotte protests.
Bart, Homer, Lisa, Maggie, Mr. Burns and even Santa's Little Helper are reimagined as "Adventure Time" characters in the Season 28 premiere of "The Simpsons."
Social network gave advertisers overestimated averages of viewing times because it only counted any video watched for at least three seconds.
From CNET Magazine: The violinist, dancer and composer is blurring the line between internet and mainstream fame, one video at a time.
In addition to helping popularize professional wrestling in Mexico, he was a folk icon and actor in superhero movies.
The TV new series will follow the crime-solving adventures of Magnum's daughter Lily, who returns to Hawaii to run her father's private investigation firm.
Video of a boy reading a letter he wrote to President Obama asking him to bring a Syrian boy to come live with his family has been viewed more than 10 million times.
YouTube unveils a new program that awards users for moderating offensive content and comments.
As protests grew in North Carolina over a police shooting of a black man, Facebook lets users check in as safe.
The photo-sharing platform introduced ads one year ago, leveraging Facebook ad technology.
In an appearance on comedy website Funny or Die's "Between Two Ferns," the Democratic nominee shows encouraging levels of tolerance.
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A Swedish company known for its high-end ironing systems will soon begin to sell a smart iron that costs more than $1,000.