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Alfa Romeo has launched a social media campaign MiTo Quadrifoglio Verde. It involves a stunt driver jumping through a collection a balloons which form the shape of AR’s logo, with viewers on YouTube having to guess what four balloons will be left un-popped for a...

For 1.05 billion euros, Sony will be taking full ownership of certain Ericsson patents, the partner with which they’ve been working with for ten years. The move is designed to make the company better at delivering competitive products in the new smart phone market and...

Nokia has launched its £80 million campaign for its new, Microsoft 7.5 OS based, smart phone the Llumia. It comes courtesy of Nokia’s newest ad agency, Inferno, and comes with the tag line: “Experience the amazing everyday”. brandrepublic.com...

With the announcement that Spotify is launching an intial Blackberry, app, could this be the end for BBM Music? The service on this device so far will demand a £10 a month subscription charge. musicweek.com...

UltraViolet have just launched their service in tow with some of the big Hollywood movie studios. The service is a cloud based streaming system, so when a film is bought on DVD or Blu-Ray a code inside the package will allow you to watch the...

Due to a lot of sci-fi styled techno speak which most people would fail to comprehend, the just announced Lytro camera. Due to the way it captures light, photos can be targeted and focus and be edited post picture capture. Which means a lot of...

Is it the new iTunes? Is it the new Spotify music? We don’t really know, but whatever it is, it’s sure to be interesting. With EMI already signed up, and Universal ‘close’, it’s not going to be light on the content, fingers crossed it goes...

Korea Telecom have developed ‘Kibot’, a kid orientated robot, which combines games with learning. Not only that, but parents can video call the children through the robot, as well as the robot reading the children books and helping them learn vocabulary. allthingsd.com...

Analysts are expecting digital music revenue to more than double to $20.1billion by 2015. US, Japan, UK, France, and Germany currently account for 79.5% of the digital music market. companiesandmarkets.com...

SoundOff has launched to the general public. The site allows users to hear the best 20 seconds of an artists music and then vote for which they prefer. The site is orientated around indie musicians and expects to help new artists expose themselves is a...