A report in UK newspaper The Guardian suggests that British spy agency GCHQ have secretly intercepted millions of Yahoo users webcams from around the world.
Internet trolls in the UK were warned yesterday that there's no place to hide from justice, and they can expect arrest if they threatened or abused people online.
New research is claiming that we react to emoticons in the same way we react to a human face.
Remember the time when Jesus swapped places with his twin brother at the crucifixion, then retired to Japan to become a rice farmer?
A parrot named Hercule helped solve his owner's death in a case that had been baffling police for months.
Don't make any innapropriate jokes at a Hilton Hotel! Take it from Jason Payne, who arrived home after a stay at the Hilton in Basingstoke, UK, to a rather stern email letting him know he is banned for life.
A pair of studies have recently found out that night-time use of your smartphone may be damaging your health.
Many of us have come up against landlords who don't allow pets, but what about one who will evict you unless you have one?
Anyone with more than a passing interest in true crime will be familiar with the Zodiac Killer and his notorious 'crosshair' symbol. Well, according to Randy Kenney, even the symbolism was not all it seemed.
A Japanese family may not be keen on visiting the United States as a holiday destination after the parents were pulled out a car at gunpoint for accidentally starting a high-speed chase.
Alabama's House of Representatives has put through a bill requiring all teachers and students at state schools to spend 15 minutes in Christian prayer every morning.
A 61-year-old man in China was rushed to hospital, where doctors extracted 42 pearls from his body.
With CCTV and constant use of camera and video phones, there is little of our life that is not being documented somewhere. If you still feel like you're missing out, a photographic memory can be yours for just $279.
North American scientists have been tracking the 'Fukushima Plume' due to hit the west coast of America within the next few months.
At 120 villagers, the mountain town of Gorreto has always been small, but with the only population now with an average age of 60, the village is on the brink of extinction. Unfortunately, this is becoming a trend.
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