Getting predictive about politics (and everything else)

Nearly seven decades after the Chicago Tribune's infamous presidential race headline, we’re still seeing incorrect predictions in political races. Take the 2016 Iowa caucus for example, where Ted Cr

Republicans Find Fun, New Way For You To Give Them

Are you a The Republican party thinks that it is, and wants you to jam along with their message by buying a spiffy new domain name. For some reason and basically ev

#StuffMicrosoftSays: “Don’t Get Scroogled,” Launches Holiday Bing Campaign

Microsoft just launched a <del datetime="2012-11-28T15:41:03+00:00">full-on offensive</del> campaign for holiday shoppers called "<a target="_blank" href="">Scroogled</a>." Yes, i

Google Launches YouTube Campaigns To Help Its 18K Nonprofit Partners Promote Their Goals

Over the years, YouTube has grown into way more than a place to upload cat videos. In a way, it's become a new breed of "television" that lets people interact with the things they care about. This cou

Photo report: Darth Vader promotes DoCoMo cell phones in weird campaign

<img src="" /> <a href="">NTT DoComo</a>, Japan's largest cell phone carrier (55 mi

Buy Panasonic: Panasonic forces 10,000 managers to buy their own electronics

<img src="" /> Officials of <a href="">Panasonic</a> told Japanese media today the com

New iPhone App Will Make You A More-Informed Voter

<img src="" alt="Campaign app" class="shot" /> With the Presidential election right around the corner, <a href="http://www.beta.tec

HTC begins marketing campaign in North America

We typically don’t see HTC doing a whole lot of huffing and puffing about their products here in the US, but the Taiwanese-based mobile device manufacturer has decided to take matters into their