Samsung partners with designer Dana Lorenz to launch jewelry -- "Isn't it fun?" -- at New York Fashion Week to accompany its wearable tech.
Sony's new Android phone has a disco-flavoured coloured light strip and it's partying it up on Orange and T-Mobile for £250 pay as you go.
The new SmartFlex cases have shimmering exteriors -- and the company has more new iPhone 5 and iPod Touch cases arriving soon.
The smartphone maker names the singer as its global creative director to help "inspire the future" of the company.
Ning, the Web site builder co-founded by Netscape founder Marc Andreessen, has been sold to Glam Media for an undisclosed sum. The site will become a part of Glam's platform portfolio.
The content network buys the display ad-targeting specialist for an undisclosed sum and makes plans to set up shop in Mumbai, India.
The new Motorola Aura offers mid-range features in a high-end design.
The new ad network and editorial site is pretty much a testosterone-fueled parallel to Glam. The question is whether either one is equipped to weather the impending ad recession.
It certainly looks as if the women's-focused advertising company is planning to go public, as new CFO Stephen E. Recht helmed Shutterfly's IPO in 2006.
Suffice it to say that the ad network's "Glam Luxury" division, which targets high-end audiences, is launching at an awkward time for the global economy.