Dillon Burke, who is hired by restaurants to help make their food go viral on social media, opens up about his job and shares his tips for how to take the best food pics.
According to a new poll from Consumer Reports, 25 percent of Microsoft Surface laptops and tablets break within two years of ownership.
A new wrinkle in smart technology serves as a warning for consumers to be cautious as the tiny chip in your credit card can potentially fall out, and then be used by someone else to access your credit card information.
Safety experts warn sellers and buyers to beware of meeting up with people in real life from an online marketplace and suggest meeting in a public place that has other people and surveillance cameras.
Josh and Michelle, who spent three years communicating on Tinder, met in person on "GMA" and were whisked off to the Grand Wailea Resort in Maui for their first date.
The author of a new book that looks into the life and death of a 19-year-old college athlete who committed suicide shares how social media may be linked to depression.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall of liquid glitter MixBin iPhone cases after users reported skin irritation and burns from the contents of the phone cases.
The crew aboard the Sri Lankan Airlines jet extinguished the fire after noticing smoke when the battery caught fire inside an overhead bin on the international flight.
Around 50 employees at Wisconsin-based Three Square Market are preparing to have microchips implanted between their forefingers and thumbs that are designed to allow them to more easily make purchases and enter the office.
Musk's company said it received "verbal support from key government decision-makers" for plans to build a route that could cut travel between the two cities to just 29 minutes.