"This is such a creative and hilarious way of dealing with snoopy people," a Reddit user said.
While there is no official method for changing the color of the background in your Instagram Stories, there is a way that lets you do it in just a few steps.
Among the airlines affected was Dubai's Emirates, which said it would suspend flights to nine U.S. destinations from January 19 until further notice.
Starting in July 2022, people in the U.S. wanting to reach the suicide-prevention hotline will be able to text or call 988, the new 3-digit hotline.
The store owner is considering offering a reward to individuals who have information about the identities of the alleged suspects.
A doctor shared photos on Facebook of the retrieved phone, which was in the man's stomach for four days.
In an effort to avoid taking advantage of a loophole in the Sunshine Law, a Missouri politician seeks to ban the use of message-deleting apps by other politicians to conduct public business.
About one-third of parents also felt addicted to their devices.
The guidelines provide some tips for reducing exposure to radiation linked with phones—despite little evidence that radiation has any effect on human health.
People who use a phone are less attentive toward obstacles, a study shows.
Teens are more likely to turn to their friends rather than teachers if they feel unsafe online.
T-Mobile, a carrier less than half the size of Verizon and AT&T, used lower pricing, simpler service plans and an improving network to help win 8.3 million net new customers last year.
The Android phone built on face-tracking technology is due out in March; a tablet will follow in June.
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Facebook team, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg, addressed a slew of topics in its first global town hall.