The Levi Strauss ad on Super Bowl Sunday apparently enticed a lot of people to search online for how to enter to win a pair of Dockers free pants.
A protective pre-teen, a pummeled Betty White, and a Google love story are viewers favorite Super Bowl ads.
In front of 300 diplomats, including senior US officials, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said the US was violating international law by a proposed arms sale to Taiwan, and defended Chinese TV and radio as more reliable than Western media.
Cyberattacks on Google might be just the beginning. America's former director of National Intelligence says the US should do what is necessary to defend itself before there is a catastrophic event.
On Oct. 21, Google paid tribute to Dizzy Gillespie with a colorful Google doodle mosaic, to celebrate the Jazz musicians 93rd birthday.
Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair testified Wednesday of the growing sophistication of cyber attacks. He also said that foreign terrorist groups are using the Internet to organize attacks, give instructions, and arrange financing.
What drives Tim Tebow can be read in his eyes and under them. The biblical references the quarterback wrote on his eye black at Florida give clues about how the man set to appear in a controversial anti-abortion Super Bowl ad views faith and fame.
Norman Rockwell, Saturday Evening Post regular, painted Americans in everyday life. Today is his birthday.
It's not going to trounce 'Lost,' but New York City officials hope their 'Job Hunt' reality TV series will introduce more jobless New Yorkers to city services that can help them find work.