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"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.
A Snickers ad suggests that Godzilla only goes on city-destroying rampages when he's hungry -- but of course.
Committed researchers at Penn State discover that the size of your flake dictates the size of your intake. Oddly, though, the smaller the flake, the more you'll want to eat.
Saturday Night Live, in a spoof Charlie Rose skit, offers a Steve Jobs roundtable. In it, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg admits he's presiding over a mess and Netflix's Reed Hastings seems so meta as to almost be himself.
An ingeniously insane promotion from Google and Snickers suggests to those guilty of misspellings that they're probably hungry, rather than uneducated.
A foot-based PC gaming input device might seem silly, but it can also smooth out your gaming flow.
Forget candy. The coolest treat for Halloween this year is a playable pumpkin Tetris rigged with 128 LED lights.
Facebook's chief, along with COO Sheryl Sandberg, deliver this essential message: Facebook, friends--good! Microsoft, Google, loners--bad!
T-Mobile and Orange shops are to be renamed and rejigged to Everything Everywhere -- but they'll continue to sell Orange and T-Mobile phones and deals separately. Which is STUPID.
Microsoft is trying to rally the troops around its flag of freedom. The snickers in the background can hardly be contained.