Posted by Shirley Brady on January 14, 2011 05:00 PM
Bing and Kinect will be in the spotlight as part of Microsoft's ad buy during the Golden Globes.
Charlie Chaplin copyright issue affects 10-year-old's fundraiser.
Republican party chairman contender Michael Steele drops out as Reince Priebus is named.
BP boosts holdings in Russia, swapping $7.8 billion in stock for a 9.5% stake in state-owned Rosneft firm.
Facebook pitches UK advertisers with first summit.
First Direct claims its iPhone app is first transactional banking app.
Google said to be eyeing Myspace.
J&J recalls more medicines, with Tylenol, Sudafed, Benadryl, and Sinutab batches affected.
News Corp "worries" that FCC conditions on Comcast/NBC Universal merger may go too far.
Tunisia government meltdown plays out on social media.
US retail sales rose in December, along with the Consumer Price Index (due to gas prices).
Uncle Sam wants his AAA rating from Moody's and S&P.
WikiLeaks brand parsed in Sunday's New York Times magazine. (The cover story: "Can Europe Be Saved?")