Nokia is on the lookout for fresh ideas from outside the company. The brand has launched a new social initiative entitled 'Invent with Nokia' and is calling all those passionate about creating new and improving the existing technology to share their best ideas and thus, contribute to the future of mobility.
Today hundreds of consumers will have the chance to experience the world’s number 1 smartphone game live in the latest installment of Deutsche Telekom’s “Life is for sharing” campaign. Its new campaign “Angry Birds live game” is a unique collaboration with Rovio’s No. 1 app Angry Birds.
Nokia has launched a marketing campaign aimed at raising public awareness of its Ovi chat—a preinstalled instant messaging service available to Nokia smartphone owners. This mobile software supports multiple chat platforms like Google Chat, Hotmail, and Yahoo.
Nokia has teamed up with Vimeo to demonstrate the fantastic HD film-making potential of pocket-size Nokia N8 and announced Nokia Shorts 2011—a filmmaker competition. The grand prize amounts to USD 10,000 plus the finalists' works will debut on Edinburg Film Festival later this year.
In order to keep up with fast-changing design trends and expectations of the technological era, Nokia has rolled out a new typeface it will be using in all of its future models and in digital environment.
Carlsberg, a beer brand known for using 'tongue-in-cheek' approach to marketing campaigns, aims to give a psychological workout to Swedes known for being one the most reserved nations in Europe...
On Friday, March 25 Guardian announced the names of those who drive innovation in such areas as digital communication and technology.
Sony Ericsson has hired 6 up-and-coming female tennis players to star in digital campaign dubbed 'Xperia Hotshots'. The brand is sponsoring Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) and picked six young athletes to get more publicity for its attention to the sport.