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Technically Incorrect: Funny Or Die decides to extend the story of the controversial Nationwide Super Bowl ad featuring a boy who is deceased. He's not welcome beyond the pearly gates.
In order to assuage the creationist protesters who complain that Neil DeGrasse Tyson's series doesn't allow for a God-centric explanation, Funny Or Die creates a creationist version. It lasts mere minutes.
In an apology titled, "Funny Or Die is Sorry for Lying about Hoverboards," actor Christopher Lloyd owns up to the ruse that went on a day too long.
Stop waiting for Roku to launch an official YouTube channel and use a workaround to start streaming YouTube videos on your TV today.
Celebrities are often savvy businesspeople, but stepping into the start-up world does not always work out.
More than 30 companies are pitching their stuff this morning. We look at two of our favorites from the bunch.
Short-form comedy, from sketch to animation to prank videos, is the name of the game at the new Atom.com, touted as "jukebox-style, proudly low-budget, (and) super-late-night."
CEO of the comedy video site says a new deal with HBO is only the beginning for the year-old project.
Today's show is a bit of a tongue-twister. Really, the entire show. We just can't get the words out. And in other news, the whole Internet hates Metallica. Again.
Companies at Twiistup 2 included JibJab, Fafarazzi, CampusBug, CrowdRules, and ElephantDrive, among others.