Four Seasons Condoms launch The Extendables, a new online cartoon designed to keep kids busy while parents get busy in the bedroom.
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Last week, online magazine The Spinoff launched its new app, which has since seen nearly 700 downloads. And while introducing an app may seem a natural move in today's one-click-away society, editor and publisher Duncan Greive says the move was sparked by Facebook's algorithm changes. We talk to him about creating an alternative distribution channel and the decision to put a price on it.
Building supply specialist ITM has launched its new app by challenging builders to catch the biggest virtual fish in a VR ‘ITM Go Fish’ competition via JustOne.
New Zealand ISP Bigpipe reckons it has the solution to an overcrowded internet connection with a new app that will give users the ability to prioritise their internet for different uses.
There’s a lot going on in the world of social media. Each week new updates see the platforms change and communication habits follow suit. So how can marketers keep up? In a new series we talk to people in the industry about what the updates mean to marketers. This week Wendy Thompson, founder and managing director of Socialites, explains how businesses can go live with Facebook Live.
Home owners looking to renovate don't always know how to tackle the job, let alone where to find the right people to do it. Design and renovation-focussed Houzz has aimed to help them out with its online and mobile platform connecting home owners with trade professionals, and it's just launched a New Zealand site.
Listen: Airbnb user design experience manager Jenny Arden on design building trust, design-thinking and designer-founders
Humans just got even lazier. Domino's has given fast-food a new meaning with the announcement of its latest effort to make pizza ordering easy, a Zero Click app.
Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum has created an innovative way to correct collective memory errors surrounding the second world war.
Freedom Furniture has given consumers the ability to see what a new piece of furniture would look like in their house with a brand new app.
Bulbous hairdos, inspirational pep talks and plenty of fireballs: The new Clash of Clans ads are out.
They take you on that journey’: Briscoe Group’s Fiona Stewart on partnering with Data Insight to deliver tangible business results
London traffic became even more congested recently as 12,000 taxi drivers staged a protest by blockading various streets throughout the English capital. Their dissatisfaction finds its genesis in the expansion of Uber, an app that allows potential passengers to connect with nearby taxi drivers. We chatted to Roger Heale, the executive director of the the New Zealand Taxi Federation, about the potential of the same happening here. Updated with comments from Uber.