In a new ad showing that securing files in the cloud is better than a flying machine beneath the clouds, Microsoft aims for humor.
Perhaps heeding Microsoft's call, Apple releases an ad called "Dreams," which is very much about realities. Oh, and apps.
Florida man allegedly wants to show Facebook friends how easy it is to sell drugs in Port St. Lucie. The demo goes awry.
In latest expression of "Honestly" campaign for Surface, Microsoft releases ad featuring Seattle Seahawks quarterback.
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.
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.
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?