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Spider-Man crackers, "Star Wars" fruit gummies, Super Mario soup, and other geek tie-in foods cry out for a taste test. Crave's Amanda Kooser answers the call.
In a remarkable piece of research, 96 percent of respondents say they have no interest in reading what celebs blog about their favorite organic this or facial that.
Embryonic as they are right now, augmented-reality ads have the potential to offer a hyper-targeted, space-age-type experience for customers. Advertisers rightly want to monetize that.
Founded in 1998, Coupons.com could easily have gone the way of the newspaper. Instead the $1 billion company keeps coupons relevant as ever with social technology.
When it comes to motion-control gaming this holiday season, Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter doesn't see Sony's Move beating Microsoft's Kinect platform.
The Galaxy S3 is old news -- 2013 will bring the S4, so here's what we think Samsung is plotting for the follow-up.
Starbucks, Dell, and eBay are top three most branded or engaged names on the Web, says study based on how companies are using social media to grow business.
Is Internet porn causing men to emotionally detach from their partners in real life and instead form mental bonds with adult stars? Sparked by an article in NY Mag, The 404 asks the hard questions on today's podcast episode.
Lego makes the accessories to build a fun and entertaining meal with Lego salt and pepper shakes, ice cube molds, and cake pans.
Sometimes, a piece of soggy cereal is just a piece of soggy cereal. Unless, of course, it bears an uncanny resemblance to history's most beloved extraterrestrial, E.T.