Save yourself the time and effort of hand-sorting your Skittles into color piles. There's a machine that will do the hard work for you.
Branding (and all branding is online branding these days) is changing at a rapid pace. Gone are the days of message control, and the only way to still manage your brand is to not manage it. Here's the latest and very bold example: The masterfood brand
These keyboard decals from Etsy not only act as key protectors, they ooze cuteness and look like colorful Skittles run amok.
Brands in Public translates the Get Satisfaction business model (a portal for public-facing aggregated customer support) into the broader realm of brand management. It aggregates the aggregation, if you will, and centralizes what Modernista, Skittles, and
Modernista did it. Skittles did it. And now the world's hottest advertising firm, Crispin Porter + Bogusky (CPB), has done it, too: the NY outfit has re-launched its corporate web site as a conversational social hub that curates what is being said about C
As it is being scrutinized in the markets, Facebook publishes a second white paper on the subject saying brand awareness is alive and well on its network.
In the six years since it launched, 100 million iPod touches have been sold, Apple has announced.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is now available in spooky black in time for both Jelly Bean and Halloween.
Samsung is teasing the forthcoming ST550 with a social media campaign based around the mysterious slogan "Tap it. Take it. Love it." But what can it mean?
Apple's new iPod Touch and Nano are shipping, new photos offer more clues about iPad Mini, and Facebook adds a Pinterest-like feature.