Commentary: Kim Kardashian didn't choose just any social media to expose Taylor Swift's flip-flopping.
The controversial file-sharing figure isn't letting his long-running legal woes stop him from creating another Megaupload-style service.
Famous for being famous, Kardashian tells Recode's Kara Swisher she owes her career to social media.
The reality TV celebrity releases Kimoji, an app that offers texters a set of Kim K. emojis. And much like her Paper magazine pictures did to the Internet, she claims it broke the App Store.
TYT's "Nerd Alert" host Kim Horcher joins Jeff and Ashley to discuss the embarrassment of riches that was the 2015 video game release slate, when massive games become too much to handle and why anyone would need an emergency drone delivery.
Ashley and Jeff discuss Prime Air and you, who might buy Nokia's Ozo VR camera and if ShiftWear's crowdfunding campaign is legit. Also, we welcome TYT's "Nerd Alert" host Kim Horcher to talk video games and give out our first "Good Human Gold Star."
Do you love watching celebrity feuds on the internet in all their blurry glory? Welcome to your beautiful dark twisted fantasy.
As gamers buy extra story lines and special moves to make their character dance like Michael Jackson, they're shifting purchases online and away from discs.
A Russian company invites audiophiles to play Donald Trump "like he's been playing you" with a Bluetooth speaker embedded in a bust of the GOP presidential nominee.
The tall task for RNC Digital Director Samantha Osborne: Getting the party's message to a fragmented GOP.