While we were loathe to even mention Apple's lame, revamped back-to-school promotion in June, the rest of the country saw the deal as too good to pass up. Apple products are simply killing it in schools, people, killing it.
Gizmodo editor-in-chief Joe Brown joined MSNBC Live on July 6, 2011 to talk about the Facebook announcement. Watch above.
While I was punching in my credit card details on Facebook for a bottle of Heinz ketchup with balsamic vinegar (I'm a sucker for anything limited edition...and ketchup), it occurred to me just how strange it was to be buying anything—let alone a condiment!—on Facebook. But that's the world we live in now.
If you buy a $3,000-plus solar power system from Bland Solar, they'll throw in a gun for free. Hilariously promotional juxtaposition? Sure! But it also makes perfect sense.
If you've ever wondered how you'd look as an evil robot from the future, Terminate Yourself (a promotion for Terminator Salvation) is happy to indulge your curiosity. Note: Cats actually appear less evil as Terminators.
The Great Pepsi MP3 Giveaway returns, but this time with...Amazon? Yup. Starting Superbowl Sunday (Feb. 3), Pepsi's stuffing 5 billion bottles of
Coke soda with download codes, but you need five of 'em to get a free song. That's right, there will be no casual Pepsi drinkers getting free songs on Pepsi/Amazon's…
The Valentine's Day madness has apparently spread around the world, as evidenced by this chocolate-covered Volkswagen Beetle parked in front of a supermarket in China. After first wrapping the vehicle in plastic, seven enterprising car company employees slathered on 440 pounds of chocolate, resulting in the day's…
The minihorn is one helluva noisemaker. About the size of a film canister, it sounds like a tenor saxophone at full blast. Perfect for making some serious racket at that cockfight you have planned for this weekend.