Police raided a home as part of an investigation into a Twitter parody account that mocked the mayor of Peoria, Illinois, alleging that the account's creator had impersonated a public official.
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Behold: the parody video Microsoft probably wishes it could release as part of its 'Scroogled' campaign, introducing Google BlackMail: "Either sign up for Google+ or we release all your private info!"
Still craving the return of the old-school Start menu? Then the Windows 95 Phone from Nokia could be what you're looking for, fusing the classic OS with Nokia hardware in one terrifying abomination.
After Google released a new ad for their Chrome browser yesterday, a Microsoft-flavored parody appeared warning users that Google uses Chrome to track its users and server them ads.
A few weeks back, Microsoft released a clever commercial that showed how great the 90s were and talked about times have changed, including Internet Explorer, but now the spoofs have arrived.
A recent parody of Microsoft's TV commercial for Internet Explorer 9 tries to poke fun at some of the complaints people have raised about the company's web browser.
In a nod to the classic film, VMWare created a parody video showing what life in the office would be like without the IT support guy supporting various pieces of technology.
This is the third parody video that Microsoft have made, featuring a guy with an epic mustache called "VMlimited Man" that attempts to sell VMware-like "stuck in the past" virtualization solutions
Similar to the previous "Gmail Man" video parody, Microsoft have made another video parody showing the "normal" lives of four senior Microsoft executives as they carpool to work
Rumors circulating that Mark Zuckerberg may appear on Saturday Night Live proved true last night when the 26 year old made a cameo on the NBC staple comedy show, meeting Jesse Eisenberg for the first...
Facebook has today escalated a stoush with parody site Lamebook, blocking all access to the site. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch that all outgoing links to Lamebook.com had been blocked and the site's fan page...
One of the famous meme’s around the Internet is the parody videos of Hitler in a bunker, during the last moments in WWII, featured in the film “Downfall” (Der Untergang). The comedy behind the...
Thanks to rm20010 for the heads up in BPN...not sure how we missed this one. According to iPod Observer a video that has made the rounds on the internet...