Microsoft has announced ‘NUads’ Kinect enabled adverts for its Xbox 360, letting the viewer interact and control the experience using their bodies and voices.
To promote it’s latest sci-fi blockbuster Prometheus, 20th Century Fox has run a viral marketing campaign to maintain online buzz before, and after, the films release. See why it’s our video viral of the week below…
Twitter has introduced a strict set of instructions to go with its new stripped-down ‘Twitterbird’ logo.
Napster co-founders Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning have reunited to launch a new video communication site ‘Airtime’.
Google’s augemented reality glasses, known as ‘Project Glass’, could be available in the market as early as next year, according to its founder.
Facebook has launched a new ‘micro-advertising’ feature on its social network, allowing fan-page owners to create more prominent status updates for one off costs starting at $5.
As the controversial EU cookie law came into effect last weekend, Channel 4 managed to communicate the idea of collecting user data as part of a positive brand message, with a little help from comedian Alan Carr. See how they did it here…
Sony has decided to keep an optical drive for Blu-Rays in its next console, following reports that it was considering a download-only option that would rely heavily on the web.
National Rail Enquiries (NRE) has launched a SmartTV app enabling passengers to plan their train journey from the comfort of their living room.
Nike’s football tournament ads have become something of an event in themselves in recent years, but the new “My Time is Now” YouTube ad could be their most successful online venture yet. See why it’s our video viral of the week below…