The latest promo for the upcoming new phone features a troupe of dancers tapping their way in New York's Times Square.
Europe's youth unemployment problem isn't helping the economy, but it sure helps fuel a wicked public dance party.
Intel uses a flash mob-style marketing campaign to spread the word about ultrabooks, but is it successful? Have a look.
Employees decide to strut their stuff as Twitter headquarters turns into temporary dance-a-thon. If you can't 'Bieb' them, join them.
Online privacy company Abine organizes simultaneous protests in New York and San Francisco to highlight concerns about Facebook's access to private data.
A Chinese Apple store didn't open on time to let buyers pick up the iPhone 4S on its launch day... so customers egged it.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation is well on the way to developing a tablet-only publication, which it sees as a big part of its future.
Does the Internet need an editor?
Civilians recruited by Russian language social-networking sites and using Russian Mafia-associated botnets perpetrated many of the cyberattacks on Georgian government Web sites during the five-day Russian-Georgian war in 2008.
Four classes of Bentleys will show at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance on August 16, including the oldest racing cars.