In a new ad campaign launching during the Final Four this weekend, E*Trade offers the new concept of a Type E person. Yes, "E" for excitable.
The much-maligned 14-year-old returns with a new song and video. Will it make her even more virally famous? Well, it's already garnered more than 3 million YouTube views.
In a probably amusing tweet, Nokia harks back to times when phones were really phones. Or something. In any case, it wants you to dump your iPhone or Galaxy -- which presumably break all the time.
The Facebook CEO purchases four residences adjacent to his existing home. He's said to have reacted to a developer's plans to buy one of the houses and sell it as "the one next door to Zuckerberg."
A new ad for Windows 8.1 features the return of the Start button. It also still cannot decide whether the Surface is a PC or a tablet. Or does it offer the definitive explanation?
Claims of being the "ultimate" may be a bit premature for UMPlayer, but it's a solid, focused alternative to VLC.
After Apple re-edits a movie about people lined up to buy an iPhone 5S, shows the recut film internally, and gives no credit to the filmmaker, Nokia decides to send the auteur a gift.
The Nanovision Mimo UM-720S is strictly a novelty item and not worth its price.
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An Auburn student might be in trouble, after claiming that a video game caused him to allegedly steal a truck and even kidnap a woman.
In an interview with a Chinese newspaper, Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing, purportedly says there's no truth in reports that Apple will make a cheaper iPhone.