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Wii gamers get sparkly glove with new Jacko title

Ubisoft says it will give those who preorder the Wii version of the upcoming game the Michael Jackson Experience free Jacko-style gloves.

By November 1, 2010


Sex, porn, Jacko top kids' searches in 2009

Other top searches for kids under 18 included YouTube, Google, and Facebook, according to Symantec service. Michael Jackson was the most searched-for celebrity.

By December 18, 2009


Xbox Live's Jacko tribute: Free 'Thriller' video downloads

According to a note we just got from a Microsoft PR person, members can download the video for the classic track "Thriller" free from 5 pm PDT Friday through the end of Sunday.

By June 26, 2009


Google the vote

Sophos announces a free antivirus program for Mac, Microsoft lets you sign into Hotmail with other e-mail accounts, and Google unveils search tools that will make you be a more informed voter today.

By November 2, 2010


Sex.com seeking a new hookup

Considered by many to be the world's most valuable domain name, Sex.com is up for sale by domain broker Sedo.

By July 1, 2010


Best DeLorean repossession of all time

Car's owner, a Michael Jackson impersonator, even tells the repo guy to "Beat It"!

By July 7, 2009


Digital City No. 39: Billy Mays vs. The Conduit vs. Windows 7

In anticipation of the July 4th weekend, we're coming to you a bit early this week. Topics include the late Billy Mays, Joey's theory on how to fix Madden, and why your Windows 7 beta is about to self-destruct.

By July 2, 2009


Michael Jackson takes 40 of top 100 iTunes chart positions

Forty of the current top 100 songs, nine of the top 15 albums, and 25 of the top 30 music video downloads -- Michael Jackson's dominance in the iTunes charts must be making and breaking new records

By June 29, 2009


Buy-buy Michael Jackson

Will people stop at nothing to capitalize online on the death of the pop star? Perhaps not, if eBay is any indication.

By June 26, 2009


Sony adds streaming, lyrics to its artist sites

On-demand music streaming is inevitable, so Sony's decided to let fans listen to artists on those artists' Web sites. Better late than never, but fans have moved on.

By May 5, 2009