The year's most notable embarrassments in technology run the gamut from the industry's inability to secure our personal data to the blunders of Airbnb, Twitter and Tinder.
An ad agency teams up with a pet shelter in England to create a high-tech way to get a dog adopted.
It's a stunt worthy of "Mission Impossible," but these guys did it atop a Hong Kong skyscraper without CGI, harnesses or extra takes.
An interactive billboard in a Stockholm subway reacts in a most striking way to deliver its message whenever a train arrives.
Microsoft has found a home in the Big Apple for showcasing its products and services, just five blocks south of Apple's own flagship store.
A 194-gigabyte image is the largest astronomical image ever created, showing a swathe of the Milky Way galaxy across the southern sky.
The ad campaign, which has kicked off in the San Francisco Bay Area, aims to dispel the tech-professional stereotype.
Verizon customers get some video exclusively from the purely mobile mix of YouTube-like clips and on-the-go TV, but people who use any rival carrier will be able to watch at no cost too.
The 6S agency really likes its name and lightheartedly asks Apple to rethink the naming scheme for its next generation of smartphones.
While Vine is known for visuals, the video-sharing app is increasing its focus on music with new features that help users create seamless audio loops and identify songs in other people's videos.