When a tech company hires a celebrity to endorse their product, you would think it should help boost sales.. but sometimes the result is a flop and can actually hurt the brand image.
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Google's product team remains committed to adding new features to the service, including custom URLs to help denote an official or famous account as necessary.
Britney Spears has been included in more than one million circles on Google+ signaling it may be about time for Google+ to reach a critical mass, if the trend Twitter set years ago is to be followed.
Microsoft has applied for a new patent that takes a new twist on the Internet search business, with the idea to let users search based on the preferences of another person such as a celebrity.
Christopher Chaney, accused of hacking into a number of celebrities' PCs and accounts, admitted to reporters that he had become addicted to such activities and that he was sorry for what he did.
Music star Beyoncé Knowles is on the receiving end of a lawsuit... over a video-game. According to American game developer Gate Five LLC, the mega-star 'destroyed [its] business on a whim'. The company claims that...
Many users got a shock when checking some twitter accounts like, Foxnews, Britney speaks, Barrack Obama, and many others. An attacked launched against celebrity twitter accounts is inserting crude headlines such as "Breaking, Bill...
Apparently you don't need to be a non-profit crazy, or nab few million pre-orders, to sell a laptop for $150 (or maybe you do, see update below). Medison, a Swedish consulting company, has just unveiled...