If you want to avoid being a terrible person, always tip your waiter or waitress.
You could also make a lasting impression by leaving a tip with a little flare.
President Obama's choice for the next chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Tom Wheeler, will likely get the job, if Tuesday's confirmation hearing is any indication.
Facebook now has more than 1 million businesses actively advertising on the social network, the company announced Tuesday.
In its latest push against secrecy, Google has asked the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) to ease its gag orders and allow the company to publish more data about the requests it receives from the court.
Miss Utah Marissa Powell didn't win Sunday night's Miss USA pageant after botching her interview question, but she did win most viral moment of the evening.
Actor James Franco is turning his pockets to the public to wrangle funds for his latest project, Palo Alto Stories, a series of three features that will be adapted from pieces of his 2011 fiction-writing debut.
Chinese electronics manufacturer Huawei billed its new Ascend P6 model as the "world's slimmest smartphone," during an unveiling event in London on Tuesday.
We're always being watched. And a new app lets you know it
Surv combines user input and technology to create maps with detailed descriptions of the locations and types of surveillance cameras.
Today, in horrifying things: A giant yellow snake successfully opens a door.
The video above, which stars a 16-foot albino burmese python, was uploaded two years ago by Vimeo user Jenner.
This year's E3 was amazing: dozens of terrific-looking games for fans, press and industry to demo and watch.