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Facebook has launched its first TV ads (FB)

Facebook has launched its first TV ads to promote its non-profit initiative, which aims to offer affordable or free internet access within developing countries that are currently not online. The ad campaign, which also extends to outdoor and Facebook ads, launched in Australia and Canada this week, according to AdNews. Show More Summary

Facebook has launched its first ever UK TV ads (FB)

Facebook has launched its first ever UK TV ads, which form part of a wider advertising campaign that also includes billboards, to explain how the service helps build friendships. The three TV ads are more brand than product focused,Show More Summary

How U2 inspired Magic Leap, the holographic goggles that Google invested in

Last year, Google led a $542 million investment into Magic Leap, a Florida company working on a technology that overlays computer-generated images on top of your normal field of vision. The term for this technology is "augmented reality," and Microsoft is doing something similar with its HoloLens goggles, which it demonstrated last month. Show More Summary

LIVE: SpaceX will launch a rocket with an important payload for science on Wednesday

SpaceX is scheduled to try, for the third time, launching a Falcon 9 rocket. The launch is scheduled for Wednesday at 6:03 pm ET. SpaceX aborted its launch on Tuesday at 5:55 pm due to strong upper-level winds. The launch was abandoned Monday for similar reasons regarding bad weather. Show More Summary

THE TECH 'TITANIC': How Fab, a fast-growing billion-dollar startup, raised $330 million, then went bust

On Friday, Oct. 11, 2013, Fab CEO Jason Goldberg gathered a dozen executives in the eighth-floor conference room of the company's New York City headquarters. When the executives filed in, they were handed a five-page document. Goldberg sat at the head of the table, his expression somber beneath his salt-and-pepper scruff. Show More Summary

Shooting stars and puppy ads: How the world watched the big game

From a “super brawl” to a giant lion, yesterday’s big game was filled with many notable moments. That’s true on YouTube and Google too—people watched more game-day ads and teaser videos on YouTube than ever before, YouTube hosted its first-ever halftime show, and retro throwback “the more you know” PSA became a top trending search term. Show More Summary

Grab The Only Hoodie You'll Need For The Next 10 Years [29% Off]

It’s not every clothing manufacturer that claims its garments will provide a decade of fashionable comfort. But that is precisely what Flint and Tinder is offering with the Kickstarter-backed 10-Year Hoodie — and it is currently also on 29% discount. Show More Summary

Timeline Is A Beautiful News App That Makes It Easy To See The History Behind A Story

If you've ever been latecomer to a news story, you know how frustrating it can be to catch up. Timeline is a news app that wants to solve this problem, and it does so by including a historical timeline with each article that delves into the context behind the developing story. Show More Summary

Ten things from CES you may actually want to buy

Part of the fun of the annual International CES tech show is seeing all the prototypes and concepts that will never see the light of day, but do contain the grains of ideas that will show up in products down the line. But there are also plenty of products for the more practical among us, […]

#YouTubeRewind 2014: Celebrating what you created, watched and shared

2014 was chock full of YouTube moments that vaulted into pop culture. We got pranked by a spider dog in Poland, learned what it’s like to walk the street for 10 hours as a woman in NYC, and watched total strangers share a first kiss....Show More Summary

Apple Debuts New iPad Air 2 TV Ad 'Change' with New Website Section

Apple today debuted a new ad for the iPad Air 2 named "Change" which showcases the new tablet being used in a wide variety of professions and situations. The ad shows the tablet being used by artists, motorcycle enthusiasts, photographers,...Show More Summary

This Drone Footage Of A Desolate Detroit Looks Like Something Out Of 'The Walking Dead'

This amazing drone footage shot by cinematographer John Marton shows abandoned Detroit locations including the Packard Automotive Plant, the Eastown Theatre and the Fisher Body Plant. Produced by Devan Joseph. Video courtesy of John Marton. Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

This Concept Video Shows Exactly How Large Apple's Giant iPad Could Be (AAPL)

There's a strong chance Apple will release an iPad that's larger than its standard 9.7 inch model next year, and now we have a realistic idea of exactly how large it will be. YouTube channel Canoopsy posted a video showing a mockup of...Show More Summary

These Brutal Tests Show How Strong Your iPhone's Display Really Is (AAPL)

Your iPhone's display — made of Corning's Gorilla Glass — is incredibly strong and durable. To show you just how strong it is, the duo from the MythBusters TV show, Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, have conducted a series of torture tests you would never want done on your own smartphone. Show More Summary

A Company Raised $1 Million To Make A Fancy Ring. Now People Are Saying It Might Be The 'Worst Product Ever Made'

After raising nearly one million dollars on Kickstarter, the LogBar ring is now being touted as having one of the " most disastrous product launches of all time " according to Snazzy Labs, which reviews products on YouTube. The product,...Show More Summary

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