In a post-Super Bowl campaign, the insurance company said it would give $1.5 million to someone who used its hashtag. Any tweet could be eligible. And then came the garbage.
The new plans offer more savings with more people, with a family of four paying $160 month for 10 gigabytes of data.
Britain's government will follow in the footsteps of the US and create a military unit dedicated to launching counter-attacks against hackers.
On the eve of Samsung's big Galaxy S4 launch, Apple's marketing head decides that it's time to talk trash. Expect more of the same for 2013.
And on the morning after, The Onion's CEO takes to the publication's Facebook page to apologize for "a senseless, humorless comment masquerading as satire."
Marathon debate over the Stop Online Piracy Act was derailed not by free speech concerns with the bill, but rather a Twitter post that accused Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of being boring.
Deep Silver is using a headless female torso statuette to promote its Dead Island: Riptide special edition for Australia.
A leaked employee memo allegedly from the carrier cites new training material dubbed "Selling Against the iPhone," which is set to go online on September 21.
With Evernote Business, the company optimizes its "remember anything" platform for business customers, making the cloud-based app much more competitive.
Korean company begins to make its case that Apple is infringing on a trio of its feature patents on a multitude of devices. Family photos, pieces of fruit, and even Bruce Springsteen make cameo appearances.