Feb. 8, 2013 at 9:09 AM ET
Whoops! A bug with Facebook's ubiquitous embedded widgets redirected millions from the websites they were visiting to Facebook itself Thursday. It's now fixed, but for awhile, some of the largest sites in the world were inaccessible.
Speaking of Facebook, there's fan pages for that fugitive ex-LAPD cop/killer. Of course.
People young and old prefer reading paper books to tablets and e-readers, but older individuals could find themselves reading faster and with less effort on a tablet.
Is your town on the FAA’s new drone list? Let's find out!
Worried about "sextortion"? Here's a cautionary tale from the FBI.
A $200 contract to stay off Facebook until the end of the school year isn’t the first pact Paul Baier made with his 14-year-old daughter, but it's his first parenting decision to go viral.
Speaking of the weather: Millions of people carry around smartphones equipped with pressure sensors that help pinpoint their gadget's location. Atmospheric scientists have built an app to collect the pressure data in an effort to improve short-term weather forecasts.