Do you know how many people are at the table with gloves on, when you have an operation? There’s the surgeon and a scrub nurse, of course
Kacey Ruegsegger Johnson wants the Virginia Tech shooting survivors to know that their pain and anger and fear are normal. And she wants them to know it will get better.
Gmail, Google’s popular free e-mail service, was inaccessible to many of its 36 million users Tuesday afternoon, causing widespread chatter on Twitter and other social networks.
Space shuttle Discovery launched just before midnight Friday on a mission to the international space station. The crew of seven astronauts includes one from Mexico and another from Sweden. One of those seven, Nicole Stott, will remain on the station as a flight engineer, while astronaut Timothy Kopra is to return home aboard the shuttle.
Starting Tuesday, many "robocalls" from telemarketers will be illegal. Businesses that try to push products on consumers with automated and unsolicited calls will face fines of up to $16,000 per call, according to the Federal Trade Commission
Software giant Microsoft apologized Wednesday for the apparent bad judgment that led to the head of a black model being swapped for that of a white model in an online advertisement.
Be cautious if you plan to Bing Jessica Biel or Google Brad Pitt. A new report says you might get a virus
Can we all agree on something? There’s no longer a difference between a Netbook and a notebook.
Facebook, for better or worse, is like being at a big party with all your friends, family, acquaintances and co-workers.