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Artist spends three days assembling a crowdsourced collage of photos from around the world to promote an artistic new eBay venture.
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Technically Incorrect: To celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Google uses the work of a first-time doodle artist to depict the Selma march. Apple, too, changes its home page in homage.
We take our trusty long termer out to the legendary Nürburgring GP circuit.
Making a play to attract fashionistas, the Amazon-owned online retailer tries its hand at social experiments in a bid to convince shoppers to abandon brick-and-mortar outlets for the Internet.
As Windows 8's launch date nears, Microsoft begins to tailor its core apps like Mail and Calendar to clear the high bar set by Apple and Google while also updating the OS itself.
Flipboard, the app that arranges your social feeds into a newspaper-style collage, is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Branding (and all branding is online branding these days) is changing at a rapid pace. Gone are the days of message control, and the only way to still manage your brand is to not manage it. Here's the latest and very bold example: The masterfood brand
Microblogging service may be the most pervasive broad- and narrowcasting social network, propelled by an ever-growing and sophisticated user base.
We get the jump on the iPhone 3G by going Down Under.
Advice you can trust may not come from a newspaper