This is probably not news to you: Many technologically challenged parents are being introduced to the world of texting by their children, the Denver Post reports.
Warning: Those "holiday e-greetings" you and your kids find in your email in-boxes may not all be from friends. "E-cards can spread cheer, cheesy humor, and,
When CNN contacted a 22-year-old university business major about a video she posted of herself drunk she took it down, saying the interview request made her realize anyone
…or someone else in Web search engines, according to the latest study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project. The exact figures are 47% searching for
Lots of news this week about European social networking, with headlines about Bebo, Piczo, Facebook, and Bahu. Piczo, reportedly the UK's 4th-largest social-networking
The national sex-offender database is being put to another use in some of the US's public schools. The Washington Post describes a new computerized security system being
"Revenues from mobile 'adult services' are set to approach $3.5 billion by 2010," reports VNUNET in the UK. It's citing new findings by Juniper
If you check your child's browser history, you probably don't want to find any of the social-networking sites Penthouse has just acquired. Even though the adult