Google has unveiled a series of ‘remixes’ of classic TV ads from the 1960s and 1970s, including a new take on Coke’s I’d like to teach the world to sing remade with a social media twist.
This witty Old Spice-style video ad from the Dollar Shave Club might just shake-up the shaving industry and give Gillette something to worry about. Click below to see why it’s our video viral of the week…
Collective, a full service provider of media and technology solutions for display and video advertising, has appointed Dominic Woolfe to lead the newly-created Advertising Solutions Group in the role of Client Strategy Director.
Zynga has launched a new website, giving players access to their games outside of Facebook and app stores, as the firm aims to become a standalone gaming platform.
A hand-held computer called the Raspberry Pi has gone on sale in the UK for just £22 this week, aimed at teaching children how to programme and code.
LG’s new minute-long “smart thief caught on cam” guerrilla-style ad for its slim televisions has already amassed 4.5m views since its launch on YouTube back in December. Click below to see why it’s our video viral of the week…
Born sometime between the launch of the VCR and the commercialisation of the Internet, Americans 18-34 are redefining media consumption with their unique embrace of all things digital, according to new research.
Research in Motion have had a turbulent year, as its Blackberry mobile range has lost market share to rivals such as Apple, Samsung and HTC.
Google is installing ultra-high speed fibre optic internet service in Kansas City, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri.
After reviewing 300,000 creatives served globally, ad serving firm MediaMInd has discovered that certain formats are performing far better in engaging more users and for longer.