Posted by Rich Leigh
on 29th Apr 2013 in ALL
To promote its messaging app – described as the ‘world’s first totally secure instant messenger application’ – Shoreditch-based Redact is offering a £10,000 prize to anyone who can intercept a message.
The developers have also chosen to promote the £3.99 iOS app by offering it to MPs and FTSE 500 CEOs for free, in what’s a nice PR touch to perhaps highlight how both parties...
Cheers, Budweiser! A clink of your glass and you’ve made a new friend.
Budweiser Brazil is ‘giving toasting an upgrade’ by unveiling a new concept to make the act of toasting even more high tech. The Buddy Cup is a beer glass that connects with Facebook through a microchip in the bottom. The user connects the cup to their Facebook profile by taking a picture of the chip through an app. Then, when...
Posted by Rich Leigh
on 21st Apr 2013 in ALL
Remember this lift stunt, where to demonstrate the clarity of its IPS screens, LG made a lift floor ‘collapse’, frightening unsuspecting users?
Well, the electronics firm is back with another effort aimed at highlighting its screen quality, having placed screens above urinals in a men’s bathroom and fitted the room with secret cameras.
In the video below – viewed more than 2 million times...
Posted by Alex Mansell
on 18th Apr 2013 in Technology
International digital artists Play! have found a unique way to showcase their skills by transforming a buzzing Sao Paulo hub into the world’s biggest interactive arcade machine.
Passers-by were challenged to play old classics including Pac-man, Tetris and Space Invaders using iPads, and their efforts could be seen by anyone who happened to glance up at the 3000 square metre screen in the heart of the
Posted by Inderdeep Gill
on 3rd Apr 2013 in Technology
HP used this festival opportunity as a perfect way to create a link to its new “Make Memories Last” brand reposition.
HP created the Photoball, a giant ball that took photos as it was chucked around the crowd. Outfitted with a HD camera and a wi-fi antenna, the Photoball captured images and relayed those images to the stage and to HP’s Facebook fan page–all in real time. Fans could share and print...