Are your hands busy with gaming and yet, your stomach is growling in protest? Fret not because, Pringles Hunger Hammer is here to the rescue. Pringles Hunger Hammer is a 3D-printed accessory retrofitted to a pair of gaming headphones that, at a push of a button (unfortunately, you will need to manually trigger it), it […]
It has been a long while since the automobile industry has been rocked by a product that is controversial. Tesla Cybertruck broke that controversy silence last week with its polarizing pickup truck called Cybertruck.
Hyundai is super serious about its fuel cell technology and its fuel cell electric vehicle. It has promoted fuel cell technology with a pavilion/art installation and letting its EV SUV NEXO drives itself from Seoul to PyeongChang at last year’s Winter Olympics.
Apparently, Tesla Motors wants you to remind everyone that the glorious huge-ass touch display equipped in its electric vehicles has more used than automobile-related purposes. From now until June 30, 2019, the electric vehicle maker invites you to bring your friends and family to a Tesla showroom to experience the new Tesla Arcade.
Last month, Coca-Cola announced a New Coke and Netflix partnership for the upcoming, third season of Stranger Things. The partnership saw the introduction of a heavily nostalgic 80s-style Coca-Cola commercial, accompanied by the familiar song First Time sang by Robin Beck, as well as limited edition reissue of the short-lived New Coke launched in 1985.
Pernod Ricard USA’s Malibu, a premium Caribbean Rum with Coconut Liqueur, has just launched Connected Bottle. This limited edition bottle integrates Near Field Communication (NFC) into the cap of the bottle, as well as QR code printed on the bottle neck, in an effort to “deepen the brand’s relationship with Malibu consumers.”
IVR systems are becoming more and more ubiquitous by the day. Case in point: Any time customers call a business directly, their first interaction almost always begins in a digital manner. To help offset popular misconceptions about IVR that can lead to poor experience, some companies are starting to use automated chatbots to create what […]
Not because of censorship. Apparently, McDonald’s in Puerto Rico wants to prove how recognizable the brand is in the country (or something along that line). With the help of Puerto Rico-based creative agency TBWA\San Juan, McDonald’s rolled out a series of ads that is sure to make you rub your eyes, double take on what […]
The folks over at IKEA must have realized how mundane their yearly catalog is. The colorful nature of the requisite yearly catalog has been the target of kids doodling. Not so much a go-to literature for your IKEA products for grownups. At least, not anymore. Fret not, grownups, because IKEA has came up with a […]
Do You Know That LEGO Actually Had Anti-LEGO Slippers? Well, I sure the hell didn’t! It was real product, btw, from LEGO, from 4 years ago. The story behind this pair of tongue-in-cheek slippers was, you know, to take the pain out of your feet if you ever stepped on LEGO bricks. Now, we are […]