Apple has now released two iPhone 6 ads it showed at its launch event. They are blessedly silly.
The acclaimed director follows "House of Cards" with an HBO show based on the music video industry that spawned the likes of Michael Bay and Zack Snyder.
The mobile release, which includes a digital radio feature and an animated GIF tool, is part of a two year strategy to bring sexy back to the forgotten social service.
Technically Incorrect: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says that the FCC overseeing the Web will be a positive step in controlling illegality. He also describes it as a victory for consumers.
In honor of Valentine's Day, Spotify dug through millions of love, Valentine's and sex-themed playlists to find the most popular songs.
One analyst notes that Justin Timberlake's sneak-peek stream of his new album on iTunes Radio underscores how Pandora is underestimating the threat of its new competitor.
In a "Late Night" skit, the two #bestfriends ridicule the current obsession with creating new hashtags for everything. #hilarious
Apple's latest ad, in which Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon behave as you might expect gamers to, causes online ructions among some gaming devotees.
The first video ads for the new iPhone feature Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake gushing about the bigger screen and beefier camera.
London performances of 60 acts, which also include Jessie J and Thirty Seconds to Mars, can be seen live or on-demand by iOS users every night in September. But only competition winners get free tickets.