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Tesco’s the new Amazon with its new Hudl tablet

Not something you’d normally expect from one of the country’s most popular supermarket chains, but Tesco has done it – it’s announced its very own tablet PC, called the Hudl. Aimed at those who are looking for an awesome bargain, Tesco’s new Hudl tab runs on the latest version of Android, offering up a 1.5GHz processor and a 7- inch HD screen. When I say “Tesco’s like the...

Samsung celebrates the launch of first curved OLED TV with a fab PR stunt

To show the whole world how good PR is done, Samsung today partnered with the EDF Energy London Eye to create the ultimate room with a view, celebrating the launch of its first ever curved OLED television. The stunt involved Samsung setting up a luxury looking room with its curved OLED TV on show, in one of the London Eye’s notable glass pods – this is a very clever, creative idea! I wish I could have...

Galaxy S4 Zoom: Samsung’s effort to show that they can do both phones and cameras

In all fairness, Samsung is probably the most renowned Android smartphone manufacturer of all time, somehow managing to always beat its competitors when announcing new products – and the Galaxy S4 Zoom is a device that’s certainly a corker – a great PR stunt too! You may be thinking why I think it’s a great PR stunt, and the reason is that it’s a very unique device – mainly...

Attraction uses amazing PR to win Britain’s Got Talent

Ever since Attraction auditioned on Britain’s Got Talent, there’s been a lot of controversy over the fact that they’re not British. But in today’s final, the truly amazing act used a very clever, charismatic PR stunt to win the competition. In total, they’ve performed three times on the show, although their first two performances were designed to get the audience emotional. But...

Opinion: Can we call scandals good PR? Or not?

Scandal, after scandal, after scandal – that’s all you hear on the news these days… celebrities hitting the high side of life, with politicians elaborating on the “right” side of humanity and how “human beings” should act in public – and they’re always helping them build up on their names, but is it good or bad? If you’re a huge a fan of celebrity gossip,...

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