In the age of social distancing, a pair of grandparents are using social media to break up the boredom of quarantine.
The FDA issued a public alert this week warning that improper use of thermal imaging devices could lead to inaccurate temperature readings and “present potentially serious public health risks.”
Not seeing the number of likes on your Instagram? You're not alone.
YouTube removed videos from Rudy Giuliani’s account after he posted content that suggested election fraud as well as “content facilitating the use of nicotine,” a spokesperson said Monday.
Nearly 1.6 million Facebook users in Illinois who are interested in being compensated will receive at least $345 after a judge approved a $650 million settlement of a privacy lawsuit against Facebook.
Twitter is branching out from advertising to find more ways to make money — both for itself and for its most prolific users, whether those are businesses, celebrities or regular people.
A woman recently revealed an unfortunate tattoo she got right before the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. last year.
A Michigan cardiologist became suspicious of Apple’s new magnetic charging technology, so he passed an iPhone 12 over the chest of a patient with an implantable defibrillator — and was stunned to find it tripped the magnetic switch.
Apple will reportedly be updating its syringe emoji to mimic what a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine looks like in real life in its latest software release.
You shouldn’t try everything you see on the internet, and dermatologists are urging TikTok users not to strip their faces with hot wax after the dangerous stunt started trending online.
After more than a month offline, the social media platform Parler relaunched using a new web hosting service, the company announced on Monday.
A white, male University of New Hampshire chemistry professor has resigned after being accused of posing as a female immigrant of color on Twitter to make racist and sexist comments.
Child crime expert Rich Wistocki joins Good Day Chicago to dish out tips on how to keep your kids safe online and monitoring their activity on social media.
The president of the Chicago police union was suspended on Wednesday from the Chicago Police Department and is in a no pay status, pending the outcome of his case before the Police Board, CPD said.
Twitter’s CFO reiterated that former President Donald Trump would not be allowed back on their platform no matter what.
A 90-year-old California man took out two ads in the Wall Street Journal, which set him back over $10,000, to let AT&T’s CEO know about his abysmal internet service speed.
Dr. Laura Berman and her husband, Sam Chapman, discuss the tragic loss of their son to an accidental overdose and stress the dangers of Snapchat to other parents.
Griffin Sonntag, principal of Pleasantdale Middle School, and Monic Piraino, associate with Dubak Electrical Group Business Development, talk about the technology they're using to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Nicole Marwell and Nick Feamster, professors at the University of Chicago, talk about their deep dive into the source of Chicago's digital divide focusing extensively on the city's South and West sides.
Aurora students are developing new inventions to help the disabled in their community. They are designing items to make everyday tasks easier.