Nobody wants to keep being reminded of a former flame. Facebook is making it so that you don't have to.
Looking into the growing trend of managing periods with porous objects that are technically animals.
On Saturday, Queensland police announced that a decomposed body had been identified as Tiahleigh. Sunday night saw 400 people attend her vigil.
The Sniff Off group is managed by activists who say that the use of the dogs results in too many false positives and violates citizens' rights.
King Digital Entertainment—the company behind Candy Crush—is being sold to Activision Blizzard for $5.9 billion. Here's what else you could buy with that cash.
"I never actually tweeted it—but I don't condemn it, either."
Medical staff noticed yeast growing in the girl's intravenous drip after the nine-year-old was admitted to the hospital with renal failure.
A post accusing a woman of summoning a ghost that eats its victims from the inside out racked up three million views.
The man decided to do the right thing and return the money, so now he's got free pizza for a year. But all he really ever wanted were wings.
Raccoon is going to get so much done!
The complainant says she was sickened to learn her "boyfriend" was actually her female best friend.
Stay woke, people.
Icelanders are cooler than you.
Called "M," the service looks to be halfway between Siri and Microsoft Clippy.
Before their arrest, a pair of predators used Model Mayhem to find young women to sexually assault. Now one of those women is attempting to sue the website, and fighting Google and Facebook in the process.
If your Facebook feed looks anything like mine, it's getting overrun with normal people using weird image macros to bitch about "haters," "cheaters," and "whores."
Aug 13, 2015
Also this week: A woman is accused of trying to get an Uber driver fired for being a Muslim.
They produce headlines that sell magazines in supermarkets, so why in 2015 are they doing such a bad job of producing pageviews?
It turns out that people on Confederate Facebook are not very good at the internet.
The way the internet is going, it won't be long until all your personal information and sexual quirks are out there for the world to see.
The company will either delete the profile or preserve it as a "memorialization" account—but neither of those options are without problems, and some people are frustrated by their lack of control over their loved ones' pages.
I'm 21 and I've never had a real friend or relationship because I wasted all of my teenage years living out a fake life online.
Twitter, chat rooms, Xbox Live—do you have what it takes to emerge victorious in these areas of online combat?
So you've been harassed online. Now what?