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Rebecca Cullers

Microsoft Celebrates the Heroic Women of 2013 in Inspirational Bing Ad

Microsoft took a different approach this time with its year-end roundup for Bing. Instead of simply copying Google's Zeitgeist with its own year in review, it focused instead on the…

Mushy, Gushy Google Ad Will Make You Say 'I Do' to a Nexus 5

Google continues its heartstring-pulling communications strategy with this lovey-dovey wedding-themed spot for the Nexus 5 that sells the smartphone by selling the camera. It's apparently a super-sweet camera that can…

Microsoft's Internet Explorer Panders to Children of the '90s

Children of the '90s, do you remember all the awesome things from your youth? Was Internet Explorer one of them? No? That's OK. It was there amid the slap bracelets…

Random Celebs Log Into Sean Parker's Airtime Chat Software

Airtime, the Sean Parker startup and Skype knockoff that lets you video chat with friends and random people who like the same random crap you do, has just released its…

Dove Lets Women Give Facebook Advertising a Makeover

Dove Australia has created the world's first makeover targeted at advertisements instead of women. Created by Ogilvy, the campaign introduces an app that lets Facebook users choose a feel-good message…

Google Eyes the Future With Augmented Reality Glasses

Feast your eyes on the amazeballs future with this Google vision of your life in augmented reality. Google has created a pair of AR glasses that would allow you to…

Intel Wonders What You Would Do for a Free Ultrabook

Intel recently created installations worldwide titled The Temptations that tempted people to do silly or time-consuming things in public to win an Intel Ultrabook. This "What would you do for…

Infographic: 10 Reasons Twitter Users Are Sexier Than Facebook Users

In its annual Valentine's Day survey, Euro RSCG finds 10 reasons why Twitter users are sexier than Facebook users, in the U.S. anyway. Though most people who use Twitter probably…

Israel Uses Facebook Timeline to Show an Addict's Descent Over Time

The Israel Anti-Drug Authority is the first organization I've seen using Facebook Timeline for advertising. (Since most brand pages can't get Timeline yet, that's not too surprising.) IADA set out…

Airline Lets You Pick a Seatmate by Looking Through Facebook

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is allowing people to look through the Facebook and LinkedIn profiles of their fellow passengers to see who they'd like to sit next to. Fortunately, you…

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