Since its launch during the NFL playoffs, an Old Spice ad in which moms just can't help following their sons around has incited lots of online chatter. Its makers claim it is already "the No. 1 viral video in the world."
As part of an ad campaign, pizza chain Mellow Mushroom followed some of its newest Twitter followers -- in the real world.
Once upon a time, men wooed women. They tried to charm them. Now Samsung declares that they incessantly take pictures of them, until the woman is mesmerized. Or something.
A Canadian teacher is at his wit's end because his ex-girlfriend from Malaysia continues to cyberstalk him and generally make his life miserable. Not even a court order has helped.
Police say a Michigan woman set up a fake Facebook account in order to post stalking messages on her real account -- and then accused her ex-boyfriend's new lover of posting the nasty messages.
Defense contractor Raytheon shows off RIOT, its very clever way of knowing when to nab your laptop -- say, during your daily trip to the gym.
A small Kentucky ad agency decides that the best way to get A&W's business is to get every one of its employees to contact A&W's senior executives on LinkedIn. How social.
Thankfully Facebook's rules don't allow for such an app or service.
A study by a Western University master's candidate suggests that many people, once they break up, follow their former lovers around Facebook, even going so far as to use aliases.
"I'm sorry; that's not the proper spaghetti. Put it back on the shelf. Now." It'll be a frightening new world if and when this prototype Kinect-enabled shopping cart hits the aisles.