With Samsung Galaxy Gear, the Watch of the Future Is Not Quite Here Yet

The Samsung Galaxy Gear watch does most of what it says it should do, and still doesn’t make a compelling case for a notification wristwatch.
Galaxy Gear

On CEO’s First Anniversary, Yahoos Get to “ThxMarissa!” (Best Internal Memo I Ever Held.)

Thank you, thank you very much — for the 73 percent stock rise since last year.

When I Say Jump … Marissa Mayer Gives Yahoo Employees Up Fitness Bands

Let’s get physical!

Endless Marathon: A Health Setback for Brett Bullington

Send all good thoughts his way, please.

Sleep-Sensor Maker Lark Takes on Nike+ FuelBand With Larklife

Another wristband to remind you you’re not moving enough.
LARK larklife

Viral Video: “Gangnam Style” Goes “Call Me Maybe”

Oppa copycats!

At CES, Expect More Gadgets Telling You to Get Off the Couch

If your resolutions for the new year include health and fitness goals, several new products showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show in January just might help you get there.
Basis B1 Band

October. Oc … to … ber. Repeat After Me: Apple iPhone 5 to Launch in October.

Dear Everyone: Chillax, because, as we said, you’ll have to wait until October.

Don't Rain on Microsoft's Ad Parade (Except It's Raining in Seattle, Natch!)

BoomTown scrambled the All Things Digital jet (aka, United Airlines, Seat 7A) late last night to get up to Microsoft’s big event for its online advertising clients today. Called “Imagine 2011: Marketing Leadership Summit” and held at its Redmond, Wa. HQ, the two-day event is designed to wow peeps by trotting out a spate of strategery concepts those who buy advertising on Microsoft’s various digital offerings from its Bing search service to MSN to Xbox to Windows Phone 7.

Money! Pink Floyd Stays at EMI–and iTunes.

Roger Waters and crew said they didn’t want their record label selling singles in Apple’s music store. But those concerns seem to have been resolved.


Google Advertises…Google Advertising

U2: The Unforgettable Embarrassment

Rock Band Meets the Beatles