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July 27, 2012 - Lifetime Turns the High Line Into a Public Fashion Runway to Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of 'Project Runway' | Adweek

Brands are still trying to figure out how to leverage WeChat, the 3-year-old social app that changed the way Chinese consumers use their smartphones. Anyone looking for ideas might check out what Burberry, Pepsi and McDonald's are up to.

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Mobile Data Growth and What it Means For You

April 6, 2012 - Mobile data growth and what it means for you [Infographic]

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22 Ways to Create Compelling Content When You Don't Have a Clue [Infographic]

March 23, 2012 - 22 ways to create compelling content #infographic

May 4, 2012 - PinPuzzle Turns Pinterest Into a Mobile Game

March 8, 2012 - Pin It To Win IT. #Pinterst #Socialmedia #Infographic

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Sleep Mask Lets You Control Your Dreams

July 13, 2012 - Sleep Mask Lets You Control Your Dreams

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Curated Content Gives Brands a Helping Hand

Brands Repackage Content for AP and Mashable for Social Purposes #News #Television

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Old Media, New Tricks

Project Reveal: A smart mirror that tailors content around user preferences via facial recognition.

April 6, 2012 - Galileo. Your iOS in Motion. A Product Design project in Santa Cruz, CA by Motrr


Tongue-Controlled MP3 Player Fits Inside The Mouth

July 13, 2012 - Tongue-Controlled MP3 player fits inside the mouth.

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Baseball's Long, Hot Summer

NBC and Turner Duke It Out for MLB Rights #Television #Sports

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NBC's $1 Billion Olympics Sellout

NBC is on Track to Book 950 Million in London 2012 Summer Olympics Ad Sales #Networks #Olympics

Get inspired by the digital work of others — and share your own great ideas. That's the idea of the Creative Sandbox. At Google, we're amazed by how the ad industry is using new digital tools to bring brands and ideas to life. That's why we've created a space where everyone can see this insanely great work, talk about it, and roll around in it like a big happy dog.

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Old Media, New Tricks

Ricochet: A program that allows brands to buy ad space around relevant content that they share with followers, allowing ads to follow consumers wherever the link is shared.

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Idle Threat?

GM, Broadcasters Deadlocked as Auto Giant Demands 20 Percent Upfront Price Cuts #Sports #Television

Researchers at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China, have developed a quadcopter that can be controlled by thought alone. The idea is to give people with impaired motor abilities a new avenue for interaction. Their system relies on the commercially available Emotiv electroencephalography (EEG) headset to interpret brain activity as commands for the quadcopter. Commands are relayed first by Bluetooth to a laptop, then by wireless to the hovering aircraft.

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A look inside Leap Motion, the 3D gesture control that's like Kinect on steroids

Leap Motion, a small, $70 gesture control system that simply plugs into any computer and, apparently, just works. If you've seen the gesture interfaces in Minority Report, you know what it does. More importantly, if you're familiar with the touch modality -- and at this point, most of us are -- the interface is entirely intuitive.

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Nielsen Picks Up Vizu to Strengthen Ad Reporting Services

Nielsen’s cross-platform campaign measurement service, in beta since April, may be getting a boost with the company’s Vizu acquisition, announced today. Vizu’s ad measurement and optimization technology will be incorporated into the aforementioned service.

Three of the DevArt projects were commissioned by Google and curious minds have been able to follow their project from concept to fruition online. A fourth was selected as part of a larger DevArt competition that challenged developers with creative flair to push the boundaries of code, technology and art.

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Carnival Interactive Aquarium

This Carnival Cruise Lines Interactive Aquarium used mobile phones as controllers for a storefront screen.Users can dial in with any mobile device and create a fish using their voice and control it using the key pad.