After the Academy Awards host set Twitter records with more than 3.2 million people retweeting her selfie, the smartphone maker pledges to give millions to charity.
A star-studded tweet by the Oscars host quickly blows past President Obama's re-election tweet from 2012.
DeGeneres decides to reveal the Beats Music Super Bowl ad (featuring her) on her show. Of course she gives an LG G Flex phone with Beats to all her audience members.
Tweets from several accounts have disappeared, including Ellen DeGeneres' record-setting selfie from the Oscars.
The rumours follow courtroom-revealed emails that show Apple is worried about Samsung's "in the zone" marketing.
Terry Shipman enlisted his two little dogs for a selfie that has become a viral retweet hit aiming for a hard-to-crack record.
If Samsung is sponsoring the Oscars, then you'd better use a Samsung phone for the most modern purpose possible. Especially if you're the presenter.
The president, on a whirlwind Obamacare sales trip, ribs Ellen DeGeneres about her star-filled shill -- which broke his retweet record.
In a Facebook post, General Colin Powell proves that long before there were cell phones, he was self-photographing.
Spotify and Beats Music take polar-opposite approaches in how they pitch themselves to you. That difference underscores where they're from -- and where they're going.