Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak appear in a 1984 Ghostbusters spoof showing Apple as 'Blue Busters', taking down the mighty IBM.
In 1984, Apple boss Steve Jobs took on the role of US president for a spoof video to motivate Apple staff against IBM.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum goes back to the future with a new political ad based on Apple's famous 1984 Superbowl commercial.
But a government lawyer argues that Fourth Amendment expectations of privacy do not automatically extend to cars on public roadways, in a case stemming from the police tracking of a suspected drug dealer.
Earlier this week, Motorola released a teaser for an anti-Apple, anti-Big Brother Xoom ad to run during Sunday's big game. Now the company releases 15 seconds of the real thing.
Apple approves, then removes, an app from an organization opposed to gay marriage. Group retaliates by creating a "1984" ad featuring Jobs as Big Brother.
Don't fear the Mac App Store...at least, not yet.
Amazon remotely deleted pirated copies of "1984" and "Animal Farm" it unintentionally sold to Kindle owners, and suddenly everyone from CNET to The New York Times is in an uproar.
In a widely criticized move, the retailer has reportedly taken back copies of two electronic books after the publisher decided it no longer wanted to sell the e-books.
Twenty-five years ago, the landmark commercial paved the way for big-budget television advertisements and brought Apple into the mainstream.