Google founder Sergey Brin poses for a portrait wearing Google Glass before the Diane von Furstenberg Spring/Summer 2013 collection show during New York Fashion Week in this September 9, 2012 file photo. Social networking services Facebook Inc and Twitter are coming to Google Glass, the wearable computer made by the Internet search company. Google Inc announced on May 16, 2013 a half-dozen apps specially designed to work on its Glass devices.
This undated image provided by Hellman's shows a 1949 advertisement for Hellmann's mayonnaise. Hellman's turns 100 in 2013 and to celebrate the anniversary, owner Unilever Food is launching a marketing campaign including a Facebook page and YouTube videos featuring chef Mario Batali cooking up his favorite Hellman's recipes, a smartphone app and a June event featuring the world's largest picnic table.
LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 08: Grammy Award winning singer Ne-Yo and platinum-selling artist Cher Lloyd come together in studio to discuss fan submissions as they begin to write an original song inspired by fans sharing their 'It's All Good' moment. To inspire the song, Ne-Yo and Cher are asking fans to share what keeps them looking on the bright side on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using hashtag #itsallgood through May 20. Visit www.facebook.com/Fruttare for more information. #itsallgood at TenTen Wilshire on May 8, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 08: In celebration of the launch of the new Fruttare Fruit Bars, Ne-Yo and Cher Lloyd meet up in studio to discuss the direction of their new song inspired by submissions their fans shared on facebook, Twitter and Instagram that show what keeps them looking on the bright side. The submissions will inspire an original song, and fans can continue to contribute through May 20th by sharing what 'It's All Good' means to them at Fruttare U.S. Facebook page or by using the hashtag #itsallgood on Twitter or Instagram. For more information visit www.facebook.com/Fruttare. #itsallgood.
This Friday, May 10, 2013 photo shows a shopper walking past the Joe Fresh store on Fifth Avenue in New York. The rising death toll from the building collapse that killed more than 1,000 garment workers in Bangladesh on April 24, 2013, may force Western brands to make a choice: Stay and work to improve conditions. Or leave and face higher costs, similar or worse worker conditions in other low-wage countries and criticism for abandoning a poor nation where per-capita gross domestic product is just $2,000 per year. The Facebook pages of Joe Fresh, Mango and Benetton, a few of the brands whose clothing or production documents were found in the rubble of the collapsed building, are peppered with angry comments from shoppers. Some warn they re going to shop elsewhere now.