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When Carson Williams of Mason, Ohio, posted a YouTube video of his lively computer-synchronized Christmas display on his front lawn a few years ago, the video went viral.
14 percent of all American adults used their cell phones to tell others that they had voted during recent elections.
Residents of North and South America will be in for a rare treat early Tuesday morning when a total lunar eclipse coincides with the winter solstice for the first time in 372 years.
The Internet was all abuzz on Thursday (Dec. 16) when rumor got around that Yahoo would be shutting down its popular social bookmarking service Delicious.
Gen Y and Gen X engaged various activities from social media use, reading blogs and playing games is becoming more uniformly popular.
Experts point out that online revolts actually have a long history and warn that real cyberwarfare, when it happens, will be much more devastating.
Children's charities around the world received an unexpected boost in traffic and donations recently thanks to a popular Facebook trend
Horror stories are pouring in nationwide as travelers hit the airports to head home for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Henk Rogers – the 57-year-old CEO of Blue Planet Software, which manages the licensing rights to Tetris – spoke with TechNewsDaily
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has been under scrutiny following complaints that the federal government has taken airport security too far