MorphCostumes wants to do a "fancy dress revolution"

The creators of the Morphsuit believe that they can make you famous with their ‘MorphCostumes’ range.

Internet connected mannequins bring a whole new meaning to "window shopping"

High-tech mannequins are being installed on the British high street, meaning customers at House of Fraser and other retailers will be able to purchase products without setting foot in store.

MacBook Air vs. Surface and Siri vs. Cortana: Creating a New Reality

Like Republicans versus Democrats, people are coming down on different sides of the Microsoft versus Apple marketing battle.

The Mac versus PC wars are back

Microsoft's putting up the Surface Pro 3 against the MacBook Air. Audacious, dudes!

Fashion prince brings tweet to pay to London

Marc Jacob's second pop-up shop of its kind opening in London and allowing payments using tweets as well as a wealth of other activities to attendees.

Facebook getting out of the gift card business

Facebook is backing out of the gift card business. Facebook’s Gifts service is set to be discontinued on August 12.

Salesforce.com rolls out cloud-based sales tools

Salesforce is rolling out Sales Cloud with a range of new features designed to make it easier to retain and interact with prospective customers.
Airbnb Bela logo versus the original

Airbnb's Belo logo is its Madden Moment

Is Airbnb's very expensive new logo going to punk us at some point because it looks like a joke.

LG building flexible TVs you can roll up like posters

This flexibility has been achieved by using a "high molecular substance-based polyimide film" instead of plastic and LG believes that large screens are not too far away.

Canadian antispam law goes into effect

A new Canadian antispam law went into effect yesterday causing a storm of last-minute ‘please opt-in’ emails from legitimate companies to flood Canadian inboxes.

Twitter rolls out mobile app install program

Today Twitter announced that it was rolling out its “mobile app installs” program, which lets companies promote their mobile apps in users’ feeds.

Even Harley-Davidson is going electric

You may wonder what is going to happen to that roar but Harley-Davidson is inviting the public to test its first electric motorbike.

Facebook downtime was a half million dollar glitch

$500,000 is the ad revenue that Zuckerberg and co missed out on as the site outage spread. Chump change.

Facebook sucks up user’s browsing habits

In an effort to make more money by selling more ads Facebook has announced that they will be collecting your browsing habits and dishing up your digital demographic profile to advertisers.

Amazon plans to sell you babysitting

Amazon is getting into the local services market, yes, things like babysitting and house cleaning.

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