Think you're conveying just some friendliness or humor when you put a little smiley or emoji in an email message? Not necessarily, according to some recent research.
Simply by posting about the experience to one of your social media accounts, you're making it much easier to recall in the future. Here's how it seems to work.
Why is social media such a hard habit to break? The answer some international researchers came up with is a lot simpler than you might expect.
If you simply reduce mail and paper clutter, it won’t be long before the clutter’s back, with a vengeance. So what can you do instead?
Here are some of the most common PayPal scams out there so you can play it safe - especially if you're selling a large item.
Is your inbox burning you out? Research suggests that easing up on email checking can help reduce stress.
If you're doing online dating, these tips from researchers will help you give your profile the best chance of being seen and remembered.
Here are some internet and smartphone rules that kids would set for their parents.
When shopping ecommerce sites, what you see is tailored to you in one way or another - including the sequence of products presented and online pricing.
A study has found that you can improve your writing by simply typing more slowly.
Ever wish you could find buried treasure? Enjoy a nice walk on a beautiful day? Tech geek? Welcome to the world of geocaching.
Every year, point-and-shoot digital cameras get a bit smaller, a bit better, and a bit cheaper. While they're not DSLRs, they do have their advantages.
What's in a name? In the case of the usernames of video gamers, a lot!
You see them on wrists everywhere - restaurants, the office, the gym. Fitness trackers are now de rigeur among the fitness conscious.
What is the photographic effect bokeh exactly - and how can you do it with your camera?
Email replies depend on a variety of factors. Here's a look at what affects response time!
Romantic intentions? According to new research, you might be more successful in finding love if you ask someone to send you email messages.
These tips from an acclaimed National Geographic photographer could help you make your own travel photos be a little more memorable and magical.
Activity trackers can provide a good overall estimate of calories burned - but these wearable devices are less accurate when measuring certain activities.
Playing Tetris for as little as three minutes at a time can weaken cravings for drugs, food and sex, according to new research.
It's front and center on most cameras -- so shouldn't you try to use your camera flash? Find out the better ways to light your subject here.
Just receiving a notification on your cell phone can cause enough of a distraction to impair your ability to focus on a given task.
Depression may be able to be detected from your smartphone sensor data. Here's how.
Do toddlers and babies really use iPads and other tablets? If you've watched YouTube, you probably know the answer is yes. But *how* are they using them?