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How "Mickey Mouse" Is Re-Branding?

While branding oneself takes time and effort to spin out a new product, re-branding can take several washes to redefine that same brand. Take for example the work United Airlines had to accomplish after breaking someone's guitar. Let alone the number of Twitter apologies issued forth by Chris Brown and Kanye West. But when others do it in reverse and run their good-guy image through a darkside wash cycle, the task might be a little easier. Such is the case with the re-engineering of one Mickey Mouse.

Look Out! Wearable Eyeball Robot Ads New Level of Gaming for iPhone

"Hey, Bill?  What's that on your arm?"

"What?"

"That.  The eyeball."

"Oh, that!  It's my new robot interface."

Geeky Gamer Fashion: Funky And Fun Tetris Dress

Tetris has inspired many fashion items, and it's still up for debate whether it's reserved for the geeky gamer or the whimsical fashion lover. If you've yet to choose sides, this one of a kind dress design just might sway you.


Foursquare Clique Has A Ticket To Ride On The BART

Odd that Foursquare, the Location-Based Social Network with it roots in Manhattan should strike its first transit deal with the Bay Area Rapid Transit in San Francisco versus the New York Subway system. Is the new location-based social network attracting a narrow demographic of West Coast clique-ish gamers?

Wii Louisville Slugger Gets You Swinging For the Fences

A real Louisville Slugger for your Wii. Well, not really that real, but you can swing it just like a real one.

Top Ten Massive Multiplayer Online Games on Facebook

So why are they called "Massive Multiplayer Online" Games, or MMOs for short? Because the popularity of social media gaming has gone through roof and the numbers of players now engaged have skyrocketed into the millions. While many MMOs can be played on stand-alone systems like Play Station, Nintendo and Xbox game players, the latest trend is registering for the online versions of these games on the world's largest social network...Facebook!

5 Ways In Which Video Games Have Warped My Little Brain

Just look at that picture.  It gives me the willies.  Have you ever had a video game stick in your head to the point that it starts messing with everyday reality?

Nintendo Files a Patent for a Wii Football

Nintendo has filed a patent for a Wii football. Will it add this new device to the roster of Wii accessories already out there?

Top Ten Drug Companies in Social Media

What is the "social share of voice" amongst pharmaceutical companies online? While some drug companies have been reluctant to embrace social media for fear of running afoul of FDA regulations that govern the advertising and promotion of prescription drugs, others are embracing social networks to help brand and position their companies in a positive light with consumers and practitioners. Here are the TOP TEN Pharma companies that are presently useing social media to reach out to larger audiences.

Sony Announces the PSP Go - But Is Smaller Better?

The PSP is going tiny. But is this a good thing for the dynamic portable entertainment device?