Targeted ads may not be limited to your internet any more. You may see them in gas stations or grocery stores in the near future. Tesco is testing face recognition software in their stores. The software is attached to cameras …Read More »
If you thought that the social network giant that is Facebook knew too much about you already, then you probably won’t be happy about this latest development of Facebook looking to gather even more information about you.
Despite previous criticism …Read More »
After long debates in the Facebook management, it seems that 2014 will be the year that we will be annoyed with popups video ads on the site.
It’s been a while when the first speculation appeared on the fact …Read More »
You may or may not have heard but Google has made a recent change to its terms and conditions that allow Google to use your name, picture, and comments/reviews posted on Google+, Google Play Store, and Google+ Local to endorse …Read More »
Does Microsoft finally gets marketing? Hard to say, but it looks like they may have learned a thing or two from the past because the new Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 advertisements are not gut churning. The past adverts …Read More »
As regular users of the Internet, we all expect to have a high level of privacy, so no one should know we signed up for some of the most disgusting pornography websites known to man nor should unauthorized personnels know …Read More »
The never-ending battle between Microsoft and Google continues to roll on, and the sad thing about this little rift is how much the consumer is losing out. Just recently, Microsoft released a new YouTube app for Windows Phone. And, like …Read More »
Ad agency BBDO Germany have teamed up with it’s German counterpart, broadcaster Sky Deustchland, to develop a technology which plays ads to travelers on trains when they rest their heads against a window. This is made possible by a bone …Read More »