The public deserves to know.
You know what they say, sex sells.
In German-speaking Switzerland, "Fuze Tea" does not mean what Coca-Cola wanted it to mean.
But we all know that the classics won't stay gone forever.
US company Oscar Meyer is expanding its phallic sausage-shaped delivery fleet with a single drone.
A lot of companies have recently used VR as a marketing ploy, and quite frankly, the “experiences” they’ve created are all a load of shit.
Do you know people that always back the wrong product?
The movie’s not even out yet, and it’s hard to find food that’s not Star Wars-branded. What's odd is that some of it isn't even specific to The Force Awakens.
Why are people talking about red cups on the internet?
The company is hiring an SEO program manager so Google sites get Googled better. What a world!
Lets you "be" a footballer in VR, should you have the facially-strapped hardware.
Advertising the fact that you can see the hallowed bottom live and for real and in motion at a local festival.
Bluetooth keyboards replaced tray linings in German KFC restaurants.
It's a more serene, peaceful way of absorbing the essence of Apple's impending smartwatch.
Was it a rookie marketing rep getting times and dates mixed up? Or was it a deliberate stunt to try and drum up some buzz around Huawei's products?
In the latest example of VR advertising, Google and Target have teamed up to let shoppers explore a winter wonderland as they stride down the aisles.
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