The social network uses a questionable methodology to come to the shocking conclusion that Princeton will be dead by 2021.
HBO gave a sneak peek in its show’s namesake to see if people from the iconic tech hub can take a joke. Turns out they can.
Using techie language to describe the chocolate-covered candy bar in a YouTube video, Kit Kat's "chief breaks officer" makes the snack sound like a finely crafted smartphone.
Microsoft's latest Windows Phone ad pokes fun at the idiocy of overzealous Samsung and Apple fanboys.
The social-shopping site hits 2 million members and says it's beating competitors Pinterest and Fab on mobile despite a smaller user base.
Nokia's "smartphone beta test" website isn't afraid to take on Apple's blockbuster device in a series of "hidden camera" videos.
An online comic has ridiculed Facebook's new Timeline feature, saying it'll help advertisers rather than users.
On today's show, we get a brief appearance of Brian After Dentist, but it's not as fun as we hoped, because the poor guy was actually in pain. So, Donald and I soldier on, discussing how Google TV is probably just plain done for, Net neutrality is under attack from all sides, and how college may be useless for entrepreneurs but it's a crucial nerd breeding ground. Plus, in the future, we'll pay for everything in Jobses. Depressing. --Molly
Come Wi-Fi with me, let's fly, let's fly away... to Facebook. US airlines are offering free access to Facebook thousands of feet up in the air.