IKEA's new app, KLIKK, only allows you to take one photo. The idea is to remind you that there are actually skills involved in photography, so you have to plan ahead to think about time, light, exposure and more.
Seems that as soon as the better browser Brave was released, a lot of people were confused on how it works. Since it can strip ads from any website, some thought it would replace the ads with their own.
Illegal wildlife trade is a huge problem, but awareness about it is extremely low. Change Their Fate is an interactive website designed to increase awareness about the trafficking of endangered animals.
At SXSW J. Walter Thompson Worldwide unveiled the global launch of its "Donate the bars" project, which turns the black bars appearing on either side of vertical videos on YouTube into free ad space for charities.
A jury determined the right to privacy, specifically Terry Bollea's privacy, had been breached, turning in a verdict against Gawker worth 115 million dollars. Bollea, who everyone knows better as Hulk Ho
The first UK brand to fall for the 'Sponsored lenses' ad platform hype is Cadbury, who offer you a special lens today whereby you can get gooey egg all over you face. You can get the eggs to spill out of your mouth, finishing off with cadbury egg goo splatter on the lens.