Mark Zuckerberg added his touch to a graffiti wall at Facebook’s new headquarters. In the video above, graffiti artist David Choe, who was commissioned to paint the wall, incorporates a stick figure painted by the Facebook founder into a mohawked trollish creature wearing a wife beater with a raised
The Chevy Volt isn’t prone to catching fire after all, says the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The all-electric car came under scrutiny last year after one caught fire following a side-impact crash test. GM offered a buyback program for Volt owners concerned their cars might suddenly
Gearing up for Twitter’s self-serve advertising launch — currently in beta stage with only a small selection of advertisers —…
Nokia’s burnt at least one bridge in the UK after Channel 5 (or five, or 5, or channel five — whatever its called) received a slap on the wrist from Ofcom: the motherland’s equivalent of the FCC. The channel inserted Lumia branding into its second-long station-ident clips (one of the longer blips is
At some point, you may have found yourself bored out of your mind by your current music selection, and resisting the urge to try one of the eleventy million music discovery services out there, you think, "By God, I’m going to do it myself." You rush home, download a music suite, start furiously clicking
File-sharing site The Pirate Bay is apparently expanding its reach into letting users pass one another physical objects to download.
An startup called tumblecloud is launching the public beta test today for its easy way to create high-quality slideshows.
Founder and CEO Brian Andreas (an artist who also runs the boutique publishing house StoryPeople) describes the company’s "clouds" as a new form digital storytelling, but they’re
PowerVoice Launches New Social Media Marketing Platform, Pays Users To Post Ads On Twitter, Facebook
PowerVoice, a new social media marketing company founded by former federal consultant at IBM Ryan Landau and ex-Googler (and brother) Andrew Landau, is launching today. The service compensates users for sharing brands’ messages on social networks in a somewhat similar fashion to Adly. However, unlike
LuxeYard, a luxury home furnishings and decor site, is launching its e-commerce platform today, but adding a twist to the flash sales model.
Similar to sites line One Kings Lane and Gilt, LuxeYard offers up to 70 percent discounts on furniture, home decor and other accessories in daily sales. However,
Varios investigadores muestran cómo programas sencillos que se hacen pasar por personas reales pueden dar forma a las interacciones en Twitter.