We rather miss Orange in the UK, with its history of better than good ads mostly by WCRS (also due to disappear thanks to an Engine Group re-organisation). Instead we have the horrible EE. Orange is now France Telecom’s headline brand and agency Publicis Conseil has entered the Christmas lists with this number, showing the …
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Author: moreaboutadvertising.com
Date/time: 4th December 2018, 18:01


Been a bit short of Santas and reindeers this Christmas (and we still miss Marks & Spencer’s Mrs Claus) but McDonald’s and Leo Burnett ride to the rescue with “reindeer treats” (no, not a reindeer burger), a welcome break from all those mince pies for Santa’s helpers. Apparently they essayed the same theme last year …
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Author: moreaboutadvertising.com
Date/time: 19th November 2018, 21:01


We know, you miss your headphone jack.
Like other smartphones, the Essential Phone has done away with the feature, but the company has just launched its long-touted external headphone adapter and DAC, which magnetically snaps on to the back of your phone.
SEE ALSO: Apple quietly releases USB-C to headphone jack dongle
And it ain’t cheap: The Audio Adapter HD will set you back an eye-watering $149.

Audio Adapter HD is here. A limited-edition DAC for Essential Phone, delivering one of the best mobile audio experiences available today. Shop now (US & Canada): https://t.co/elFOmC523z pic.twitter.com/eKYyYocm4K
— Essential (@essential) November 13, 2018 Read more…
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Author: mashable.com/science
Date/time: 14th November 2018, 12:01


If you’re one of the many people who miss the looping video app Vine, we have some good news for you.
Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann has just confirmed his plans to bring the popular app back are coming to fruition. On Wednesday, he tweeted out that the new looping video app will simply be called byte (with a lower-case “b”).

our new looping video app is called byte. launching spring 2019 pic.twitter.com/C3FMvkcIwc
— dom hofmann (@dhof) November 8, 2018

Hofmann has been teasing a Vine revival under the name ‘v2’ since November 2017. Earlier this year, however, Hofmann claimed development of ‘v2’ was indefinitely postponed due to the costs associated with developing the new video app. Read more…More about Twitter, Video, Vine, Tech, and Social Media Companies
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Author: mashable.com/science
Date/time: 9th November 2018, 05:05