For years, it’s seemed that Google’s famous Doodles had the website header game sewed up. The world-conquering search engine’s daily updates have certainly garnered enough acclaim to cow most challengers,…
World Cup sponsor Adidas introduced Brazuca, the 2014 FIFA World Cup match ball. The ball has its own Twitter account, which launched this week, and tweets in English and Portuguese. Following the World Cup draw on Friday, Brazuca tweeted a Q&A with soccer legend Zinedine Zidane.
Fans and players will be scrutinizing Adidas’ latest design closely after the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, when players criticized the ball Jabulani for behaving erratically.
This CEO point of view report delves into the perspectives of the 884 CEOs interviewed during the IBM Global C-suite Study. Since 2004, CEOs consistently identified market forces as the biggest driver of change. In 2012, for the first time, CEOs expected technology to exert the strongest influence on their organizations and strategy.
And this year, CEOs again ranked technology first. Believing the impact of emerging technologies on their organizations will be profound, CEOs anticipate three areas for action:
The in-built accelerometers in tablets and smartphones offer increasingly unusual ways for users to interact with multimedia content. We recently wrote about Device6, a playable novel that relies on manipulation of the iPad to give a sense of space. Now a project from Switzerland called IDNA – Spatial Storytelling has produced a 360-degree video narrative for handheld devices that reveals different elements of the story depending on the way viewers choose to angle their tablet. READ MORE…
New York Magazine announced Monday that it plans to publish biweekly beginning in March. The magazine will add 20 percent more editorial content, according to a press release, more visuals, and more on Hollywood, fashion, sex and business.
We are excited to host the first ever Mashable and Google+ Hangout-a-thon tomorrow, December 3, for Giving Tuesday! The Hangout-a-thon will kick off at 9AM EST and will continue for 12 hours of thought provoking philanthropic conversation.
The Mashable team will moderate the discussion with a variety of celebrity guests and philanthropic leaders. Viewers will have the opportunity to participate by donating to any of the 23 non profit organizations highlighted throughout the Hangout-a-thon.