More Zynga Execs Head for the Exit Doors

Zynga’s management shakeups continue. Jeff Karp, chief marketing and revenue officer, resigned Monday. Before joining Zynga in August 2011, Karp was an executive vice president at Electronic Arts. Karp was reportedly recruited to join Zynga by another former EA executive, John Schappert. Schappert resigned from Read More …

‘Breaking Bad’ App Turns Your Name Into Chemical Element

For five seasons, each episode of AMC’s Emmy Award-winning series Breaking Bad has begun with a title sequence that includes the symbols for bromine and barium, Br and Ba. And now, thanks to AMC’s Breaking Bad Name Lab app, the show’s fans can generate images Read More …

‘Paranormal Activity 4’ Teaser Crams a Lot of Creepy Into 13 Seconds

Not much happens in this 13-second trailer teaser for Paranormal Activity 4, but there’s enough creepiness to get fans excited. The grainy home surveillance footage should be familiar to those who saw the first three installments of the thriller series. The fourth is set to Read More …

12 Tips And Tricks You Should Use When Shopping Online To Save Big Time

Where do you go to find the best deals? Odds are, you’re not going into a store first. More than ever, people are combing The Web for the best prices on everything from clothing to technology. In fact, in 2015 alone, e-commerce sales totaled more Read More …

Big East Conference Leads in Foursquare Check-Ins

Alabama, USC, LSU, Oregon and Oklahoma head up the Associated Press college football rankings. But who leads the nation in Foursquare check-ins after the first week of the season? That would be Pittsburgh, which is not in the AP top 25 and drew 921 Foursquare Read More …

33 Times That Shopping Online Went Badly In The Most Hilarious Way Possible

Being unable to try something before you buy it is risky. That’s why shopping online can be a gauntlet of guesses and bets. Most of the time, the purchases work out in the consumer’s favor. There are times, though, when things go terribly (and hilariously) Read More …

Something As Simple As Post-It Notes Transformed NYC Ad Agencies Into Children

If you’ve ever wondered what employees at fancy ad agencies do all day in New York City, here’s your answer… While Canal Street is probably best known for its Chinese food, the NYC street is also home to countless advertising firms. And this past week, Read More …

The New Halloween-Themed Burger King Whopper Is Giving People A Strange Side Effect

In the spirit of Halloween, Burger King has introduced a burger that’s nestled in a bizarre black bun. It looks pretty strange, so if you’re hesitant to try it, I can’t blame you. It’s made with A1 sauce, so I’m sure it’s tasty, but the Read More …

NFL Team Enhances Season Tickets With Augmented Reality

Time was, sports fans would get a bonus refrigerator magnet with their season tickets. But that’s so last century. Now, season ticket holders for one NFL team are getting a much more high-tech perk through augmented reality. The Philadelphia Eagles unveiled this week a new Read More …

ZZ Ward’s App Uses Facebook to Plot When Fans Discovered Her Music

ZZ Ward, who Fuse TV recently proclaimed as one of 30 must-see artists at South by Southwest, just launched a web app that plots when fans first discovered her. How? The “365 Days of ZZ Ward” app uses Facebook’s Open Graph to browse users’ Facebook Read More …