CNET reports from the Detroit Auto Show 2014.
The social network's high-cost "premium video ads" will start appearing in users' News Feeds in the UK, Australia, Japan, and more.
Last year's controversy is this year's marketing opportunity, as the amount of videos being watched climbs to unprecedented heights.
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One company thinks you need a small phone that hitches a ride on your larger phone -- and the idea actually might not be as crazy as it sounds.
JBL amusingly brings back all the times you were tied up by your headphone wires.
Some Android handsets can act as an infrared remote for a dSLR. Here's how to get started.
Geeky Brits Moss, Roy and Jen will return to TV -- but this time as unappreciated American computer nerds. Can Internet, soccer and quizmaster jokes translate from across the pond?
Apple's Beats reaches for profundity as it shows LeBron James losing weight and gaining soul in a new campaign.
Tired of hearing that you've been selected to win a free iPad, or getting your ears blasted out by videos automatically loading on max volume? Try this fix.