Always a buzzkill within the 3D printing community, lawyers went after a 3D artist that had the audacity to create and attempt to sell a figurine of the shark that appeared in Katy Perry's Super Bowl halftime show.
Continuing a horrible downward spiral of horrible customer service, the latest trend within Comcast is maliciously changing the name of customers on their bill to curse words and other negative nicknames.
With Dish's Sling TV making waves at CES this year, Apple is reported to be building a similar Web TV service that will provide a packaged group of television channels to iPhone, iPad and Apple TV users.
With Super Bowl attendees turning to Facebook and Twitter to chat about the big game, social media is top of mind for the National Football League as well as brands looking to capitalize on Super Bowl moments.
Possibly a sad marketing stunt to attract pre-Super Bowl attention, GoDaddy has pulled a advertisement for the big game that gained negative attention for promoting the inhumane treatment of a puppy,
Ideal for anyone that splits their time between mobile video applications like Vine or Instagram and Twitter, the social network is adding the ability to post 30-second video clips directly to the main feed.
Specifically designed to help police pinpoint the location of a dangerous suspect, a new radar device provides a way for law enforcement to map out locations of suspects without actually entering a building.
Definitely a trend that continues to grow each year, more people are ditching traditional news sources, like television news networks, in favor of of online search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing.
Ideal if you have a large library of audio and video files as well as a Sony gaming console, the popular Plex video streaming software has just been released for both the Sony PS4 and PS3 in North America.
Possibly designed to keep you binge watching Netflix while consuming expensive room service food, Marriott is currently testing streaming video access for guests that already subscribe to specific services.
Perhaps the ultimate dream for football tailgaters and college frat boys everywhere, a new app from Anheuser-Busch will bring Bud Light right to your door with just a couple taps on your smartphone.
Definitely a positive outcome for Internet-addicted Marriott guests, the hotel chain has decided to halt all attempts at Wi-Fi hotspot blocking and will allows guests to connect to the Web using personal devices.
Definitely a great, space-saving device for any college student stuck in a tiny dorm room, the PlayBox allows gamers to switch between the Xbox One and PS4 on a single 22-inch, 1080p monitor.
Excellent for parents that are interested in using an iPhone or iPad to either distract or educate their kids, new age categories for apps bring greater focus to the best applications for children.