Keeping up with its recent tradition of Super Bowl ads that tug at your heartstrings, Budweiser's "Lost Dog" spot follows one lost puppy's long journey home.
The brewing company's Brazilian arm creates cups, which, if you clink them together to say cheers, turn both parties into Facebook friends. Oh, how difficult.
Give any TV set hand-gesture controls with a Singlecue sensor, have a two-way convo in your home webcam with Logi Circle, and keep track of your beers with the Budweiser Bud-E smart fridge.
Give any TV set hand-gesture controls with a Singlecue sensor, Logi Circle brings a new connected webcam into the mix, and Budweiser puts its own twist on a smart fridge with the Bud-E.
Saucey expands beyond California roots as Silicon Valley-backed startups try bringing the liquor store to you.
Technically Incorrect: Laughing at the Budweiser ads that feature cuddly puppies, the traditionally bawdy GoDaddy released a Super Bowl ad this morning. And then: trouble. Big trouble.
Watch out for Blinky, Inky, Pinky and Clyde chasing beer lovers in the upcoming Bud Light Super Bowl ad "Coin."
A Nike ad featuring soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo and a bend test of Apple's iPhone 6 Plus also rank among the top trending videos of 2014.
Facebook's operations chief warns that users might banish traditional advertising the way they ignore annoying friends. Precise targeting means it doesn't have to be that way.
Many, many people have stared teary-eyed at a puppy who loves a Clydesdale. At least that's what 19 million YouTube views suggest.