Eureka! I've created a monster! Here are six inventors who wished they had kept their big ideas to themselves.
Families who have long treasured visits to SeaWorld are finding themselves caught in the middle of a debate over the ethics around keeping orca whales in captivity.
Jacob Silverman offers a thorough thinking-through of the conditions that social-media culture has placed on modern life.
In an effort to increase ad revenue, Lenovo preloaded its computers with Superfish, an adware that creates its own security certificates without user's knowledge.
The shift has implications not just for adults, but for children as well. While many agree that 'Fifty Shades of Grey' isn't for kids, its marketing has still reached that age group.
A growing number of tech firms offer online privacy tools at a price. They are giving privacy-conscious consumers new ways of avoiding tracking on the Web with self-destructing e-mails and temporary online identities.
BitTorrent will release 'Children of the Machine,' a young-adult sci-fi series, through its BitTorrent Bundle download service.
NBC's decision to suspend 'Nightly News' anchor Brian Williams for six months may signal the beginning of a shift in evening news viewing habits.
Thanks to a ban on tail docking, the Queen's favorite breed is in decline in the UK. Could the upcoming Westminster Kennel Club show revive the breed?
Some Super Bowl ads aren't for family viewing. You could turn the TV off or shoo the kids from the room. Or, you could talk to your children about the commercials.