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Poll: Should Wendy's just give Carter his damn nuggs?

Poll: Should Wendy's just give Carter his damn nuggs?

The teenage chicken nugget fanatic now seems unlikely to reach 18 million retweets. Is the fast feeder really going to

Facebook's AR plans have the industry in a tizzy

Facebook's AR plans have the industry in a tizzy

We asked the industry what updates from Facebook's Developer Conference F8 they were most interested in, and the responses were

The Recommendation Engine: Assembly's Arie Hefter

The Recommendation Engine: Assembly's Arie Hefter

This history buff and news junkie has an intense case of FONK (Fear Of Not Knowing).

T-Mobile CEO embarks on insane 4/20 Tweetstorm against #VerHIGHzon

T-Mobile CEO embarks on insane 4/20 Tweetstorm against #VerHIGHzon

Verizon scheduled its earnings call for the unofficial stoner's holiday, and John Legere was not about to pass that up.

Unboxing videos and cosplaying grown-ups are the new kids' TV

Unboxing videos and cosplaying grown-ups are the new kids' TV

What to make of a sudden interest among adults in revisiting and indulging in children's content?

Apple to launch Search Ads in the UK

Apple to launch Search Ads in the UK

Developers in the UK, Australia and New Zealand will be able to advertise their apps within Apple's App Store's search

Twitter compares Starbucks' #unicornfrappuccino to poop of Squatty Potty unicorn

Twitter compares Starbucks' #unicornfrappuccino to poop of Squatty Potty unicorn

After seeing the viral ad, people don't have a taste for the otherworldly drink.

How Snapchat can redeem itself in the eyes of marketers

How Snapchat can redeem itself in the eyes of marketers

Instagram is stealing Snapchat's users by beating the platform at its own game. Is there any hope of salvaging the

The Portland Trail Blazers score ROI with Facebook advertising

The Portland Trail Blazers score ROI with Facebook advertising

How the professional basketball team uses data and segmentation to target the right fans.

Pre-roll ads are the least interruptive, finds IPG study

Pre-roll ads are the least interruptive, finds IPG study

83 percent of consumers said viewing wasn't disrupted by the non-skippable format