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Technically Incorrect: There's something so very human in the mean things people post on Twitter about the famous. NBA players suffer some doozies.
Technically Incorrect: A company with a poor reputation for customer service announces it's tripling the number of social media agents talking directly with customers.
Everyone was waiting, breathless. And then some technological killjoy goes and releases La Lohan's full Playboy photo spread ahead of time.
In a renewed tug at heartstrings and purse strings, Apple's new ad says that more pictures are taken with the iPhone than with any other camera. How does the company know?
A strange or innovative (depending on your perspective) survey by Raymond James asks consumers which phone they would never, ever buy. BlackBerry is a resounding winner.
As for top-searched gadgets, three of the top five on the list are made by Apple -- iPhone 5, iPad 3, and iPad Mini.
In new court papers, a lawyer for Lindsay Lohan claims that E*Trade's Super Bowl ad, which featured a milkaholic called "Lindsay," could not refer to any other Lindsay.
The troubled actress is suing E*Trade, claiming that it mocked her in one of its cute baby ads. She is asking for $100 million.
The Web giant lists the most widely searched terms on its site this year, and Apple's iconic phone beat out tabloid celebrities and natural disasters to claim the top spot.
The Microsoft search engine, in its annual list of top queries, also finds that Xbox topped iPad among consumer electronics requests, though the company tallied queries for iPad and iPad 2 separately.