Spotify offers a free music tier that delivers a good portion of the service's paid subscription version. And that's exactly the problem.
If there's one thing Seahawks and Patriots fans agree on, it's that Katy Perry's Left Shark really won the Super Bowl. This Indiegogo campaign is selling shark suits so we can all dress up like our new finned hero.
Those of you watching Sunday's half-time show will be able to buy Perry paraphernalia in the moment across social media and connected devices.
In a stunning move, the legendarily sweet singer decides that no, her image might be superficial, but she is more than her news reports. And she just doesn't care any more what people think.
Crave's Eric Mack doesn't recognize much about his alma mater 17 years later, except perhaps for the school spirit that launched a viral video and earned Lakewood High School a visit from a pop star.
Thanks to the popularity of online media sites like YouTube, mainstream entertainment soon may look more like that kid clowning around in front of a laptop camera.
Visa's "tokenization" service substitutes your credit card data with random numbers when you pay for items with your phone, a move that could open the door for Apple Pay and its rivals.
The video for a new song called "Roar" shows that Katy knows exactly where modern symbolism is at. Even to the point of toilet-seat texting.
In life, unlike in football, sometimes when you lose you really win. Such is the case with one of the halftime show dancing sharks, which turned in a truly meme-tastic performance.
"Brick Bowl" re-creates some of most popular TV spots for brands such as T-Mobile, Snickers and Toyota, as well as the "Jurassic World" trailer and the Bud Light Pac-Man maze.