Diet soda may lead to greater risks of diabetes, depression, and obesity, as revealed in latest studies by researchers.
Cases of a new strain of whooping cough may not be as easily curable by vaccine.
Bjork's 'app album' Biophilia's mini-app Kickstarter campaign has been cancelled due to lack of funds.
The phone-hacking scandal that rocked the world in 2011 is now seeing settlements of 'undisclosed payouts' to 144 victims, including Hugh Grant and Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson.
UK authorities recently determined that frozen food company Findus' 'beef' lasagna products contain a horsemeat percentage of more than 60.
NASA will hold its first-ever Google+ Hangout from the International Space Station later this month.
Despite the fact that Google believes its self-driving cars will be ready for use in as little as three years, they will first to have overcome testing hurdles by the historically 'tech-slow' federal government.
A survey reveals whether or not more than 5,000 interviewees use photo messaging app Snapshot solely for 'sexting.'
EatingWell Magazine's Nutrition Editor Brierly Wright, MS, RD debunks some of the greatest myths about how to and how not to stay cold-free this season.
Chris P. Bacon gets around in a custom-made wheelchair despite being a disabled piglet.
Amazon.com is one of a handful of companies that may have to take flagship products like Kindle off the market due to a third-party legal suit being filed by patent company CopyTele, Inc.
Paul Baier has made a contract with daughter Rachel to stop using Facebook for five months. If she can do so, $200 will be hers.
Social gaming company Zynga is launching its 'real-money' casino games with collaboration from Facebook and selfsame sites this June.
A nine-year-old girl in Jalisco, Mexico gave birth to a healthy baby.