The magazine ad touts Nokia's PureView camera technology. A photo of the device has also popped up on Nokia's Web site.
The company will now let users choose their own number combination with help from Zoove's Star Star.
So you might imagine that "Twitter" would be the license plate on a hot Porsche -- or at least a Tesla Roadster. Think again.
The tech giant starts rolling out custom URLs for certain brands and users, like +britneyspears and +toyota. Now, memorizing those long strings of numbers could be a thing of the past.
In an interview with Forbes, Microsoft's CEO takes aim at the claim in Vanity Fair magazine that the past ten years have been a "lost decade" for the software giant.
Microsoft has lost its way, says Kirk Eichenwald, who talked about his Vanity Fair piece on "CBS This Morning."
If you picked a custom username on Facebook and changed your mind, you can now pick a new one.
State senators and representatives in Colorado have special license plates that just happen not to be in the DMV database. So, if they speed, they never receive a citation.
With lots of water and the cool Nordic climate, Facebook is lowering its cost to operate a data center and improving its environmental friendliness.
Much has been written about how disappointed Twitter's co-founder was to lose out on buying Instagram. A new Vanity Fair piece details the specifics of Dorsey's sadness.