If Samsung is sponsoring the Oscars, then you'd better use a Samsung phone for the most modern purpose possible. Especially if you're the presenter.
So the big new idea for Apple's greatest rival is: One Samsung. Wait, isn't Microsoft all about One Microsoft? Or was that last year's model?
You must live in one of eight cities and already pay one of eight television providers to access the first live digital stream of an Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday.
ILM visual effects supervisor Roger Guyett is up for his third nomination, in large part because of helping to build surprising shots like the Enterprise suddenly rising from the sea.
Netflix is heading to the Oscars, T-Mobile is hosting a Macklemore concert, and Facebook is taking another cue from Twitter.
Netflix is heading to the Oscars, T-Mobile is hosting a Macklemore concert, and Facebook takes another cue from Twitter.
It seems that brand loyalty only goes so far. Perhaps 40 feet.
Volume 10 of host Seth MacFarlane's "Family Guy" jumped more than 3,000 percent on the site's bestseller list, while best picture winner "Argo" climbed five spots to No. 25.
Men loved Jennifer Lawrence. Women preferred Jessica Chastain. But millions seemed to agree that Oscar was king on Facebook.
Samsung is taking over the Oscars. It will will run six ads during the awards ceremony, including a veritable blockbuster starring director Tim Burton.