Marketing, Advertising and Packaging

Tree-Free Toilet Paper Is On A Roll For Going Green

Now, thanks to entrepreneur Mark Samuels and the company he started known as Nimbus Eco, you can begin by reducing your impact on deforestation by using tree-free toilet paper.

SounDish Increases Quality And Volume Levels On Mobile Devices Without Batteries Or Wires

Ever wish you could boost the volume on your cellphone beyond what’s allotted per factory specs for calls, videos or music? Well, a company called Passive Vibes has invented a patented device for improving all of that without batteries, electricity, or inconvenient wires to get tangled up in.

18 Top Thought Leaders Share 2016 Predictions For Tsū

Why would anyone be concerned enough to want to predict what happens to a small social network with only 4.7 million followers? Shouldn’t we focus on that which is the largest in the land? Shouldn’t we focus on the largest in the land? With over 1.6 billion users, surely folks would want to know the future of Facebook, no?

Darth Vader Backup Battery/Charger Ensures The Power Of The Force Will Always Be With You

 Star Wars merchandise is everywhere right now, just in time for Christmas, and you won't believe what amazing tech gadgets they've got in store for you.

 


Custom Wrapping Paper With Your Face Or The Likeness Of Someone Else For Gift Giving

Want to make the holidays truly memorable this year? Now you can give the ultimate in personalized gifts by using custom wrapping paper bearing the images of your face or the likeness of anyone else.

Solar Powered Light And Charging Device Pays It Forward

There are now more charging gizmos for mobile devices on the market than you can shake a stick at, but one of them is actually paying it forward when you purchase it.

Top 20 Coolest Star Wars Gifts For Christmas: Part 2

 There are only a few days left until Star Wars: The Force Awakens comes out--and boy, did they put out a lot of cool things for fans like me (us) to drool over as we head into the Christmas season.  With that in mind, we present Part 2 of of the awesome Star Wars gifts available for the holidays.

Curbside App Allows You To Shop Locally And Pick Up Packages Without Leaving Your Car

If you’re one of the millions of people who absolutely abhor entering a brick and mortar store to buy things, you’ve now got more options to choose from when it comes to shopping and receiving your purchases on time.

Burberry-Google Christmas Campaign: Regent Street Video Booth Welcomes All

Read all about the latest holiday campaign from Burberry. the luxury brand has linked with Google om a holiday project video that allows the public to join the brand's Christmas ad campaign.

Tobii Tech Eye-Tracking For Games, Business And More

Tobii is an innovative Japanese tech company behind eye-tracking technology. While eye-tracking technology isn’t exactly new, Tobii is taking it to the next level.

Glass Audio Speakers? With Soundpod, That's An Affirmative!

Soundpod is an audio device that creates speakers out of resonant surfaces like glass, wood and drywall “offering the ultimate invisible sound source.” Want to hear more? Read on.

Rear Projection Film Turns Windows Into Big Screen HD TV Displays

What if you could turn an ordinary window into a big screen TV?  With rear projection film and an inexpensive rear projector, you can do just that.

Genetically Modified Salmon, Will You Eat It?

On November 20, 2015, U.S. regulators approved a type of genetically engineered (GE) salmon produced by AquaBounty Technologies in Massachusetts as being safe for consumption. The question is: Will you eat it?

Facebook’s Double Standard: Blocks Tsū While Incentivizing Their Own

The Facebook/Tsu controversy will go down in the annals of social media history as an epic case of a dominant social network bullying another. For those who are not aware what has transpired over the course of the last few weeks, all you have to do is Google search “Facebook Bans Tsu” or “Facebook Censors Tsu” to rifle through a plethora of articles and fan complaints cyberventilating their way across the blogosphere.

Tsū Rockstars à la Twitter, not Facebook

Do social media stars make the social network, or does the social network make the stars? If history is to be our road map, it would appear that the latter is the case. Yes, users have to be creative enough to use these ecosystems in innovative ways, but without the platform, these unknowns would have had a much tougher time reaching exponentially wide audiences in such a short period of time.