Articles Tagged ‘Google Glass’

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Science fiction tech gets a reality check

From mind control to teleportation (well, sort of) the future of marketing is here.

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Rejecting ‘techvertising’

Stop using tech for tech’s sake and start gaining real insights from data, writes Proximity Canada’s Rene Rouleau.

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Happy holidays adland!

Strategydaily is closing shop until Jan. 5, and to bid y’all adieu here’s our holiday greeting written ‘specially for you.

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L’Oreal amps up the take-home experience

With its Google Glass pilot program and new AR app, the beauty co redefines face time with a makeup pro.

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Google Glassing the road less travelled

Royal Roads University wanted to bring its classroom to the world, so it teched-out some students for a virtual tour.

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Throwback Thursday: strategy in 2012

Which QSR giant launched a transparency push that has since won it some serious hardware?

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Turning a smoky eye to the future

How a L’Oreal-wide digital mandate led the Maybelline line down the Google Glass runway.

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Wearables go beyond the fitness category

On what lies ahead for the tech and why brands don’t need to create their own hardware to get in on the game.

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Hacking Tesla

With an eye towards connected cars, Toronto’s Bnotion launched smartwatch and Google Glass apps to control your vehicle.

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Fear the future of Glassholes and six-second vids

These new spots from TedXColumbiaSIPA and Cap C show what could happen if we ditch insightful and meaningful content.

Airline innovation takes off

From Delta’s in-air mentorship program to Virgin’s Google Glass attendant, airlines beef up the customer experience.

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Will new apps save Google Glass from doom?

Four new apps from CFC Media Lab and Mind Pirate may address the lack of content complaint for the device.

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Inside Innovation: Nurun tinkers with tech

The shop’s hackathons have produced a chair sensor to get you off your butt and a voice-controlled temperature control.

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Ad Week Blog: Then, now and an exponentially different tomorrow

Tech expert Shelly Palmer tells the industry crowd we are only at the “baby beginnings” of the tech changes to come.