New figures released for the first quarter of 2012 have shown an interesting mix of highly financed videos and creative original ideas showcasing the online viral marketing sector.
TomTom which is best known for it's sat navs has launched a new marketing campaign to help highlight its summer promotions this week.
A new report released by 02 UK has shown that our smartphones have become a digital 'Swiss Army Knife' - capable of fulfilling a lot more uses than just regular texting and making calls.
So a few weeks ago, we held a discussion about QR Codes in the Digital Hub. Amongst other things, we discussed uptake of QR Codes in the Irish market, as well as their place in marketing in the future.
I stumbled across this excellent use of QR Codes by supermarket giant Tesco in Korea, where they are known as Homeplus.
Ever wonder what happens when you send an email? Well, Google have developed an interesting animation to explain the process.
As you may know we are super excited about Google's 'Project Glass' product, at the moment it is still in production but we have found their first ever video sample from the project team.
According to a new report titled 'Our Mobile Planet: Understanding the Mobile Consumer', 43% of Irish people now have smartphones while 61% have used smartphones every day for the past 7 days.
75% of us don't leave our homes everyday without our smartphone.
A new report by PEW - The Internet and American Life Project has highlighted some interesting figures about teenagers use of the internet today.
For the past month, Skype has been trying to take on large social networks such as Twitter and Facebook in an effort to show that they are 'degrading humanity'.
But, now they are trying something brand new - dubbed 'Humoticons' Skype believes they will catch on 'because nothing can replace the look on your face' they said in a blog post.
Facebook have announced a new addition to their ever growing collection of sites. Called 'Facebook Stories', the main aim is to collect interesting stories from the facebook platform based on a different theme each month.
The first month will focus on the theme of 'remembering'. We've included the video below. It showcases a man who has lost his memory, together with a piece about a New Yorker article which talks about 'remembering'.
Speaking to ABCNews, Tucker Bounds of Facebook said "we wanted to create a place where we could celebrate great stories."
The site is currently live and can be viewed here.