In a satirical YouTube video, the on-demand DVD video service announces that a "fleet of high-tech drones will deliver your disk to you within mere seconds of you adding it to your queue."
Fresh from having a few pops at Apple fans, Samsung is aiming its wand at Harry Potter in an ad for the Galaxy S4.
21st Century Business took as gospel a satirical story about North Korea's nuclear weapons programme having trouble updating to Windows 8.
Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak appear in a 1984 Ghostbusters spoof showing Apple as 'Blue Busters', taking down the mighty IBM.
Paper reports as news a quote from a "source" that North Korea's Kim Jong-un was considering declaring war on Microsoft.
Rockstar's crime saga continues its rich tradition of satirising consumer trends, with a 'Fruit' phone displayed on the game's box.
The iPhone 5's most noticeable new hardware feature gets the ribbing it's been asking for in a video that explores the great lengths Apple has gone to for its latest smartphone.
Certificate authority DigiNotar says its system was breached and that a fraudulent certificate for Google.com found its way to the Web.
The software giant, which has a long history of producing terrifically funny executive videos, misses the mark with its latest offering.
Automakers roll out Super Bowl XLVI commercials ahead of time. Several commercials set to debut on game day promise to be memorable.