Coca-Cola has devised a bottle that automatically takes a photo when you glug its caffeinated beverage. Of course you then share it on social media.
Watch a young scientist test which soda dissolves his sister's molars faster.
Find out what happens when you go for a dip in a pool filled with soda and Mentos candy, then add a new DJI Phantom 4 quadcopter to the mix?
Step aside, Diet Coke and Mentos. The Internet has discovered a new way to turn Coca-Cola into a reckless work of artistic expression.
Launched during Dutch Design Week, "The Real Thing" wants you to think about a world where it can be easier to get a coke than clean water.
If you miss the weird citrus-ey flavor and carb overload of Surge soda from the 1990s, you can now buy a fresh batch only through Amazon.
A new Keurig Cold machine will allow consumers to make Coke-branded beverages.
The iPhone maker becomes the first company to knock Coca-Cola from atop Interbrand's study of the value of corporate brands. Google claims second place, as IBM and Intel slip.
A new video from Coca-Cola may help renew your faith in humanity on a hot day.
Coke-crazed kids issued with RFID bracelets have been swiping and Facebook liking their real-world activities
Coca-Cola has offered up a facial-matching app called the Coke Zero Facial Profiler that allows Facebook users to match their faces to other people on the social network.
The soft drink giant takes a hard-line approach with a fan site called "Vintagecocacola.com" that was established as a favor to a group of senior citizens.
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