Shaquille O'Neal is not ashamed to be a geek and claims he pays "real money" for apps. He reveals that he can't wait for the iWatch and used to pester Steve Jobs for new products before they came out.
Just like magic, a new smart phone maker has appeared. Kazam is a UK-based brand of blower founded by former HTC execs.
Google digs into its famously deep pockets to promote YouTube channels with more original content this year -- and there's more where that came from.
YouTube is launching 100 of its own channels, from the likes of Madonna and Jay-Z, with Hollywood production companies on board.
Notable athletes use Twitter and so do some famous musicians. Pitchforkmedia.com has compiled sample tweets from the likes of Coldplay and Trent Reznor.
The Real Shaq shows her how it's done.
A man with the head of a horse appears on Google Street View in Scotland. Many are trotting out suggestions as to who or what this might be.
Only a few famous names emerged from the Twitter hacking. Could the accounts of celebs such as Shaq and Dave Matthews have also been taken over?
Followers don't necessarily equal influence on Twitter. Content that flows downstream appears to be more valuable to the Twitter-verse at large.
Bruce Manley, whose YouTube videos show him to be a basketball trick shot sensation, has reportedly accepted a Twittered H-O-R-S-E challenge from Shaq. They will, hopefully, face off in July.