Backgammon. That's my game. I'm afraid that anything involving a console or a computer leaves me cold.
Modern Warfare 3, with its Hollywood star ad campaign, is expected to become the fastest selling game of all time after its release resulted in fans camping outside the Game store in Oxford Street for days to get their hands on the game.
Several brands have tied in ads with Halloween this year; we present a number of them here.
Samsung has partnered with magazine publisher Condé Nast for an online 'Street Style Looks, Caught on Samsung' campaign to promote the MultiView MV800 camera.
Google celebrated its anniversary yesterday, having been first incorporated as a privately held company on that date in 1998. While it hasn't always embraced above-the-line media, here are some of its recent ads.
As Steve Jobs steps down from Apple, we take a look at the brand's history through its iconic ad campaigns, from the first Macintosh computer to the iPad 2.
Wieden+Kennedy London took a Cyber Lions Bronze award this year at Cannes for its record breaking work with Wallace & Gromit creators Aardman Animations for Nokia. Here's another look at how the inventive film was created.
Vodafone puts F1 drivers Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button in the middle of a fashion shoot for its latest TV ad. Here's a look at how the spot was made.
18 May 2011
| by Ed Owen
Microsoft aims to disrupt the mobile market with its shock purchase of Skype for $8.5bn (£5.2bn) last week, according to industry specialists.
28 Apr 2011
| by Simon S Kershaw
Word-nerd. Bibliophile. Dictionary-reader. You'd expect a copywriter to love their language. And therefore, a campaign hanging on the playful use of English would appeal. And it does. But I suspect that I'm not the only one.