Mom Gets "Stiffy" For Anniversary, Epically Fails at Texting
The fate of former NFL cheerleader Sarah Jones' federal defamation lawsuit against celebrity gossip website The Dirty remains up in the air, according to reports.
Sarah Jones won the suit and a $338,000 judgment last summer.
How to become the coolest, most popular guy in your high school?
Ask Kate Upton to the prom. How to become the second coolest?
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration kicked off National Distracted Driving Awareness Month with a jarring 30-second ad you have to see to believe.
Its shock value is meant as a scare tactic, undoubtedly, but the realism of how even one careless texting while driving incident can be deadly is equally undeniable.
Ladies, there's a new app you might just want to put on your man's phone.
It's called "Lick This" and the tag line is "A web app that trains your tongue. Practice makes pleasure." Oh my.
The brilliant people at Oscar Mayer have out-brillianted themselves.
They figured the one sure way to get people out of bed in the morning is with the sound - and smell - of bacon cooking. Because if there is one thing Americans love more than sleep, it's bacon.
American snowboarder Jamie Anderson is looking for a hottie.
She told UsWeekly in an interview that the Tinder app - designed to help make hook-ups even easier for the young and beautiful - was a lot of fun to use in the Olympic Village.
Flappy Bird, the addictive mobile game that flew to the top of the iPhone and Android app downloads charts in recent months, has now flown the coop.
A tweet from the creator suggested that its huge success had become a burden for him personally, despite the insane sums of money he banked.
Google's home page is not only celebrating the start of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games, they're taking a stand for equality.
Their latest Doodle represents sports from the Winter Olympics in its letters. The images are set in front of a series of rainbow colors from the gay pride flag, a probable nod to Russia's stance on gay rights.
As Facebook increases in popularity with older generations, so do awkwardly amusing exchanges like these that may start driving younger users away.
A lot of "kids these days" prefer Instagram, Vine, Tumblr, SnapChat, etc., and it's easy to see why. This is THE PREMIERE social media hub for mom and dad!
When it comes to breakups, there really is no good way. Nothing you do or say is going to soften the blow, but some methods are still better than others.
For one, doing it over text message is suspect, no matter how diplomatic you are.
As many as 4.6 million users of Snapchat recently had their usernames and phone numbers hacked, and the company may be out big bucks as a result.
Like really big bucks. The security breach is bad news for founder Evan Spiegel and other investors in the so-called “sexting” app valued in the billions.
As celebrities who sing, act, appear on magazines, date famous guys and earn millions go, Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato sure seem ... normal.
The trio couldn't appear more like regular, nice young adults, could they?
If any publicity is good publicity ... Farrah Abraham had the best year ever.
The former Teen Mom, who gained widespread notoriety by filming a "leaked sex tape" with porn star James Deen, was the most Googled reality star of 2013.
Another wave of the future is upon us: Handsfree driving!
For those who need to eek out just a little more productivity in their day or just want to peruse Facebook on their morning commute without worrying about mowing down a crosswalk full of five year olds, look no further than Steeri, the world's first driverless app*!
Step away from the Nutella and sour cream and onion chips! Your smart bra says so!
Microsoft recently unveiled plans for a smart bra that prevents women from emotional overeating when they're feeling bored or stressed.
When it comes to baby gear, the market is full of products many parents must have. Like a car seat, diapers, blankets, onesies, and wine. (For the parents, not the baby. FYI.)
Then there are products companies will market as must haves which are probably just really, really bad ideas.
Oh, the dreaded wrong number text or phone call. It's happened to all of us at one point or another. Or most of us, at least. Right? Maybe?
Long gone are the days of a simple "you have the wrong number." Some recipients of the text message mistakes are reacting in hilarious fashion.
Amazon Prime really could put Santa out of business with its drone delivery service, aptly being called Amazon Prime Air. The service, which is currently in research and development, could have packages on peoples' doorsteps in under half an hour.
That's faster than many can get a pizza delivered. Score one for Amazon! And just imagine being able to get those amazing Cyber Monday Deals delivered same day!
It's the end of an era. The pioneering desktop MP3 player Winamp, which so many of us grew up playing illegally downloaded tunes on, will soon be no more.
Yes, it is actually still in existence. But won't be as of December 20.
Candy Crush Saga turns one year old today. In that time, it has been downloaded more than half a billion times and played more than 151 billion times.
That's about 200 times per download! If you're familiar with the mobile game, you're likely not surprised by those totals. You know you contribute to them.
No one wants to be the last kid in the class on Facebook. How embarrassing, right?
An estimated 7 million children are on Facebook these days, with over 5 million of those children being under the age of 13. To sign up, they use a fake birthday, create a profile, and they're off and running in the world's largest cyber-playground.
A new Facebook app called What Would I Say answers exactly that question, generating Facebook updates automatically so you don't have to!
It works by accessing every post a user has come up with, mixing them up and regurgitating bits of them in an order that (kind of) makes sense.
Selfies. Some call the burgeoning trend of online photo self portraits a major symptom of a self-centered, self-important, narcissistic, vain, "me" generation.
Others argue it's harmless fun, or even a way for an individual to "brand" themselves, as in maintain total control on how they are represented online.