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Sobe Brown provides a great customer experience for its clients with this simple and interactive app, helping them feel beautiful and look...
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Try a New Look from SoBe. Ready for a change? Ever sported a handlebar? This app lets you try on new extravagant beards, intricate dos and animated...
Manage your different social networks and news from your desktop.
Play a Turkish MMO game.
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Handle all your different Twitter accounts on your Android device.
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Facebook's Places feature is handy when you're on the phone, but offers few ways of seeing how close you are to your friends. The My Friends app from Sobees fills that gap nicely.
It's not perfect (yet), but this fabulous freebie gives Facebook a glorious newspaper-style makeover.
Sobees is entering the widget desktop market with a new product that's heavy on cool.
The beverage giant has reached out to the social-media crowd like nothing else. So what does it hope to get out of its SXSWi marketing blitz?
A September issue of Entertainment Weekly will feature a video chip ad that can handle 40 minutes of fall TV previews--but only for subscribers in New York and LA.
Before the Steelers and Cardinals battle it out in the big game on Sunday, the NFL, NBC, and other companies deploy all kinds of technology few will ever know about or see.
The annual football extravaganza will have fewer ads from tech companies than in the past--but then again, they still haven't regained the momentum they had during the dot-com boom.
The chipmaker and the movie maker plan to show off the fruits of their 3D collaboration on Super Bowl Sunday.
Super Bowl ads will be a big talk of the day, and at $2.7 million a pop, companies are hoping that there will be a lot of talk that continues long beyond today. Too bad that so many of the commercials were so 1.0.
After two decades of primarily relying on business customers, the software giant is trying to turn at least part of itself into a fun consumer operation. Can the company pull it off?