“Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer said she is not ready to see the end of her popular book series that is scheduled to wrap filming next year.
Kate Middleton is pregnant, or so claims a dozen tabloid magazines.
Google is expected to unveil its online music store today to compete with Apple’s iTunes store – the largest seller of digital music.
In a response to Target announcing it will open its stores on Thanksgiving Day, over 95,000 people have signed a petition on the website Change.org, demanding Target change its opening time to later.
The days of lying on social networking websites may soon be over.
For centuries, science fiction movies and books pondered the question: Can a computer think like man?
As fans get ready the Kindle Fire to release on Tuesday, many customers are comparing the Kindle and iPad to see which tablet device to buy.
Walmart is pulling out all the stops for the Holiday season by promoting its blockbuster deals with online specials, price matching guarantee and a reintroduction of its layaway program.
A new speaker dock, made from real wood, and requires no use of power, can now be bought for the iPhone.
The Holidays are quickly approaching and children everywhere are anticipating the best toys, as parents everywhere will be lined up for Black Friday deals to buy the most exciting toys this Christmas season.
Teens are known to use creative ways to break the rules, but the latest news of how teens use tampons to get intoxicated may come as a shock.
Polaroid and its Creative Director Lady Gaga are introducing an instant digital camera that will allow users to take pictures and instantly print from the device.
Major chains like Target, Macy’s, Best Buy, and Kohl’s, eager to be the first to draw customers' sales this holiday season, say they will open for the first time at midnight on Thanksgiving, and some shoppers are not too happy about the idea.
Egypt's antiquities authority closed the largest of the Giza pyramids Friday following rumors that groups would try to hold spiritual ceremonies on the site at 11:11 a.m. on Nov. 11, 2011.
In celebration of Veterans Day, food chain giants are promoting huge giveaway deals for customers and members of the armed forces. Today, 11/11/11, is the day of appreciation for troops and food chains are not holding back.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus and its operating system, the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, have received countless positive reviews prior to their release. According to those who have tested the phone, it has lived up to the hype — especially, in the camera department.
As members of the military come up with ways to cope with the realities of war and face the wreckage it can cause in one's psyche, who or what can they turn to? In the case of a self-proclaimed atheist, it is not God.
The Justin Bieber baby scandal is on top of every news cycle, and the upcoming paternity test would be of interest to any daytime talk show. In particular, the "Maury Povich Show."
As retailers like Walmart and Target gear up to release a sneak-peek of their Black Friday sales ads, protesters are planning a "Black Friday Blackout."
The Agriculture department has announced a new 15 cent tax that will be added to all Christmas tree purchases this year. The charge – named the Christmas Tree Tax – will apply to all sales of fresh Christmas trees by vendors selling more than 500 trees per year.
As iPhone users anticipate the introduction of iPhone 5, Verizon is slashing its prices to compete with AT&T Inc. and Sprint Nextel Corp., with the holiday-shopping season just around the corner.
As a result of customers growing tired on high bank fees, people are going to Wal-Mart to handle banking matters.
According to newly released data, AOL still has 3.5 million people who sign up to the internet using painfully slow dial up, with 200,000 new people registering last year alone.
Tuesday a huge asteroid, named 2005YU5, is reported to pass by Earth. Although it poses no threat of hitting Earth, scientists are using the opportunity to study the 1,300 feet (400 meters) wide asteroid.
Authorities and doctors are warning parents, who want to avoid chickenpox vaccines for their children, to abstain from trying a new mail-order scheme to share lollipops licked by children infected with the disease. The process, which is promoted as a way to create immunity to chickenpox, is not only unsafe but also illegal.