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Mozilla to Remove Ads From Firefox (Eventually)

Over the last year, Mozilla has been experimenting with integrating ads into its popular browser, Firefox, in an attempt to integrate them into the tiles on new tab page (and presumably earn more revenue). But now,…

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GCHQ Could Be Fined For Latest Series Of Job Adverts

GCHQ are known for their presence within the UK as the cyber spies, the first and last defence against digital threats within the UK. In recent years though they have not had the best image, with…

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Leading PC Vendors Launch Embarrassing Advertising Campaign

Apple has had a strong foothold on mainstream television for a considerable time due to a rigorous advertising campaign. The company showcases each product with stylish, slow-moving camera angles to evoke a “cool factor”. In the…

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Get Ready for More Ads on Your Instagram Feed

It looks like Facebook wants more money out of its services and is now looking into monetizing Instagram. Though there were limited ads present on the service, a lot of marketers and investors were eyeing the…

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Vizio Makes Fun of Curved Screens in New Video Ad

Vizio is one of the US’ biggest TV manufacturer and they make some amazing screens, but it seems they don’t believe in the new curved screens. Not only are they not producing any TVs with the new…

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iPhone 6 Plus Hammered by new Samsung Advertisements

[youtube width=”854″ height=”480″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxhSnNZH3Rk[/youtube] Samsung have come out of the blocks with both arms swinging – producing a series of advertisements targetting competitor Apple’s latest technology. Samsung has a long standing battle with Apple. Not only are…

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Buy My Barina – Well Made Ad for a 1999 Holden Barina

David Johns is presented with a problem – who wants to buy my crappy second-hand 1999 Holden Barina? Luckily for him, he’s the digital director for Chimney. What’s his solution? Make an amazing, factory production quality advertisement, set…

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Maxthon Releases Windows PC Browser Designed for Faster Video Playback

Maxthon is a web browser for Windows, OS X and Linux, developed in China by the company Maxthon Ltd. Latest news point to the browser receiving an update aimed towards video playback, having features such as…

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Auto-Playing Facebook Video Ads Could Launch Thursday

According to a report on the Wall Street Journal, Facebook will begin the rollout of their auto-playing video advertisements on user timelines. This has of course been a long time coming and it was only a…

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Face Scanning & Targets Ads To Be Served At Tesco

Supermarket petrol stations are nothing new here in the UK, many of which are unmanned drive through style stations where you just pop your credit card in before you use the pump. Adverts at the pump…

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Microsoft Trialling Full-Screen “Hero Ads” In Windows 8.1 Modern UI Web Search

Microsoft is trialling a new concept called “Hero Ads” for its Windows 8.1 advertising arsenal. The Hero Ads are essentially close to full screen advertisements that are delivered in the modern UI’s web search function. These…

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Google Want To Use Your Face And Name For Adverts, Here’s How To Stop Them

Recent plans were set in motion by Google that would see them able to use your name and face for advertisements, a sort of endorsement from online reviews and all in all, it is pretty harmless.…

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Heineken Removes Man From Technology, Drops Him In Alaska

Heineken lager beer producer in Amsterdam, Holland tends to bring us some fairly obscure advertising. Recently they seem to be hitting online users with a sort of reality commercial on YouTube. Though, I have some doubts on…

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Microsoft Unleash A Wave Of Awkward, Funny & Silly Advertisements

  Microsoft is a funny lot, they have a multimillion budget for advertising yet they haven’t lost the ability to make a cringe worthy advertising clip or two. Sure it’s nothing on par with the legend…

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Taiwan Investigating Samsung’s Malicious Comments Attack Against HTC

The authorities in Taiwan have launched an investigation after received complaints that Korean Electronics giant Samsung apparently hired students to post hateful comments about the products made by Taiwan based company HTC. Complaints started coming in…