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Trick or tune? Tunepics embraces Halloween to mark five millionth user

Tunepics, if you didn’t know, is a music and picture sharing app. Basically like Instagram, but you have the option of adding a soundtrack to your image. If you’re like me, I always think when I take a particularly moody or funny pic, ‘man this photo would be great with ‘All by myself’ by Celine Dion!’ Not surprisingly the app has done incredibly well and reached five million users. Now what better time...

99Taxis Celebrates Halloween with ‘Trick or Treat’ with a twist.

99Taxis is the largest application to request taxis using mobile devices in Brazil. Locally founded it features one of the largest fleets of registered taxi drivers and operating in over 399 cities in the country. To celebrate Halloween they are randomly offering free rides between the hours of 8pm from October 31 to 2am on November 1st. During that period, 72 vehicles running in 8 major cities: São Paulo, Rio de...

Allianz Family GPS: Have the voice of a loved one to help you drive more safely.

A study shows that 7 out of 10 French drivers are more careful when they have someone they love as a passenger in the vehicle, but is not uncommon to a driver to be driving by oneself. Allianz tried compensate for that absence with the “Family GPS”. They partnered with Waze, to add voices for the traffic navigation app, including the voices of:      a young child, to remind you how much you value...

Uber help workers procrastinate in the cutest way possible

Uber are tapping into societies ‘awwwww’ reflex for the third year in a row by offering to deliver a kitten to your doorstep or office for 15 minutes of snuggle time to celebrate National Cat Day in the US. UberKITTEN will cost people $30 and the majority of kittens used across 50 different cities will be eligible for adoption as Uber teams up with cat charities and shelters across the...

Call of Duty live Tweet fake terrorist attack in controversial campaign

The general public reaction to Call of Duty’s fake terrorist attack on Singapore PR stunt was that it was tasteless and that the game creators and their Marketers have taken it too far. On September 29th the games Twitter page @CallofDuty sent the following Tweets, which have now been deleted, live reporting on an apparent attack on the Singapore Marina. BREAKING NEWS: Unconfirmed reports are coming in of...

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