Hot on HuffPost Tech:

See More Stories
AOL Tech

Tag: SNL

Mark Zuckerberg Confronts the 'Zuckerbergs' on Saturday Night Live

Last night, 'Social Network' star Jesse Eisenberg kicked off the Saturday Night Live monologue (video after the break). A sweatshirted Andy Samberg joined the Academy Award nominee onstage to compare Zuckerberg acting techniques -- "I speak in short clipped sentences, and keep my head very still" -- while the show cut to Lorne Michaels and Mark Zuckerberg himself offstage. Sure enough, the real...

SNL's Andy Samberg Plays Eisenberg's Zuckerberg

Over the weekend, 'Saturday Night Live' totally friended and poked Facebook with two sketches directly aimed at the site. In the first, Mark Zuckerberg, played by Andy Samberg, appears on "Weekend Update," where he comments on blockbuster film 'The Social Network,' and offers some insight into his own life and motives -- namely, that he did it all for the ladies. In the second, a young...

Muti Randolph at Creators Project, Narrating the History of Istanbul With Light

There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. The entire Switched team was too busy sitting face-first in front of the AC this weekend to attend Vice Magazine's and Intel's 'Creator's Project' exhibition -- a...

SNL's Top 10 Greatest Fake Tech Commercials

Share Despite the dozens of iconic characters 'Saturday Night Live' has spawned over its 35 years, the most consistently funny and memorable moments have come from its hallmark spoof ads. After striking comedic gold in its very first season with a sketch about Mel's Char Palace, SNL's writers soon keyed into the parodic potential of America's longstanding obsession with technology, resulting...

SNL's 'Weekend Update' Jabs iPhone Reception Problems

SNL's Weekend Update segment, the unheralded precursor to fake news shows like 'The Daily Show' and 'The Colbert Report,' has long been the show's bastion of social commentary, where the Kevin Nealons, Colin Quinns, or Tina Feys of the world could wittily report the week's news in a series of pithy one-liners. For years, they've feasted on eviscerating big names and easy topical targets like Bill...

SNL Spoofs Multitouch Screens With CNN's 'Magic Map'

Saturday Night Live's Fred Armisen takes CNN's "Magic Map" to its logical -- and hilarious -- conclusion. What would happen if New Hampshire got moved down to Mexico? Two more pics after the break, and the video after the break....