From enlisting Ashton Kutcher for commercials and product development to using mobile and social media to target people in the market for a new phone, Motorola's 2014 acquisition by Lenovo is starting to take shape this year.
It's a fear most of us have: turning into our parents. So, The Onion decided to channel that unease while showcasing the newest innovations in personal computing.
While the subject of viewability has gained plenty of steam among marketers over the past few years, brands and publishers often grade their ads on different metrics.
When the Chinese economy stumbled in recent weeks—its stock market shuddered and sputtered and the Yuan currency plummeted in value in August—the entire global marketplace held its breath for a brief time.
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Imagine if tech experts made house calls, free of charge, to help customers set up gadgets ranging from smartphones, tablets and digital cameras to more esoteric electronica—like multiroom music systems and aerial drones.
Most computer tech companies don't want to damage their products, yet Lenovo is asking consumers to imagine creative ways to destroy its laptops.
Lenovo overtook Samsung as the No. 1 smartphone maker in China and the fourth largest worldwide in the second quarter of 2014, according to the company and research firm IDC.
In an effort to expand its global footprint, Crispin Porter + Bogusky has acquired London-based The House Worldwide, a global communications network that was founded by former Publicis Worldwide COO Richard Pinder.
National CineMedia revealed intriguing partnerships with Shazam and Maker Studios today at its upfront event near Lincoln Square in New York. The moves underscore how the cinema ads network increasingly sees itself as a digital company.