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Spotify signs ad deals with McDonalds, AT&T and Coca-Cola

The spotlight has been on Spotify the past several months and it gets only hotter today. The company has scheduled a press event for later in the day but just announced new ad deals with some Fortune 500 companies.

By Apr. 18, 2012


McDonalds in bid to take over the web

Almost 600 million eyes viewed McDonalds display ads online in March 2008, according to comScore

By Jun. 17, 2008


McDonalds, Starbucks, open source, and a story of convenience

Open source is all about convenience. Like McDonalds. Like Starbucks.

By Jan. 7, 2008


McDonalds' free Trojan: "Would you like malware with that?"

McDonald's used to serve burgers, now it serves computer viruses. If you're hungry for a binary infection, head over to Japan...

By Oct. 17, 2006


Gingerbread Optimus Prime: Dessert in disguise

"Confectibots, roll out!" There's more than meets the eye to this tasty Transformer. But what if all food could change into powerful robots?

By Dec. 19, 2013


Apple employee blasts 'worst boss ever' as he quits 'dream job'

A disgruntled Apple employee has broken the Cupertino code of silence to blame the "worst boss ever" for forcing him out of his "dream job."

By Feb. 14, 2014


The 404 1,324: Where we get a case of the McMondays (podcast)

Bridget Carey starts a week of misfit episodes of The 404. On today's episode, we'll dive into the world of fast food regrets, feed Zuckerberg a spoonful of his own medicine, and discuss the latest tech trend: self-gifting.

By Aug. 19, 2013


Sony eyes two former Apple executives for board

The company is seeking to add to its board the former head of Apple in Japan and a former Apple vice president.

By May. 30, 2013


Starbucks iOS app adds support for Apple's Passbook

Starbucks customers can now use Passbook on their iOS 6 devices to pay for coffee, check their balance, and collect rewards.

By Oct. 4, 2012


Exxon, National Enquirer more deeply loved than Apple?

A survey from ad agency Y&R claims to measure deep-seated emotions. It suggests that brands you mightn't imagine -- yes, like Facebook -- enjoy far more inner-affection than Apple and Google.

By Oct. 8, 2013