Technically Incorrect: T-Mobile decides that the presenter's mistake in naming Miss Colombia the winner is ripe for its advertising during the Super Bowl.
None too happy about the Deflategate scandal, one Indianapolis man launches a Kickstarter campaign to 3D-print a new Super Bowl ring for the New England Patriots.
The power of the Internet makes a takeout joint in Kona, Hawaii, one of the highest-reviewed US restaurants on Yelp.
Technically Incorrect: A purported Samsung ad teases those who are already looking for Apple's next phone. It's not a 6S you want, the ad says, it's a (Galaxy) S6.
When Facebook announced a foray into sports, the question on everyone's mind was, "Hey, didn't Twitter do that first?" But Facebook is simply borrowing ideas from competitors -- a time-honored tradition espoused by none other than the late Steve Jobs.
Commentary: When a TV sitcom points out the downfalls of overtweeting, dwindling attention spans and the habit of talking in hashtags, should we laugh or learn from it?
Microsoft's research team is working on a pocket 3D scanner, Swatch pokes fun at the Apple Watch, Note 5 owners need to be careful with their stylus, and Samsung debuts the world's biggest hard drive.
The new app, designed for briefly sharing photos and videos, has a twist: people must share first, before they can view images from others.
The social network quietly removes two unsuccessful apps from the iOS App Store nearly two years after their debuts.
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.