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Portable pirate radios from Isobar keep cyclists safe on the road

Portable pirate radios from Isobar keep cyclists safe on the road

, Isobar for 98FM

Brazil's 98FM lets bikers hijack its airwaves to keep oblivious drivers at bay.

Get ready for the era of mixed reality

Get ready for the era of mixed reality

For brands, transformation should be about combining the online and offline worlds through technology to make consumers' lives easier, Abi

Facebook's AR plans have the industry in a tizzy

Facebook's AR plans have the industry in a tizzy

We asked the industry what updates from Facebook's Developer Conference F8 they were most interested in, and the responses were

What the Burger King internet-of-things ad portends

What the Burger King internet-of-things ad portends

The recent Burger King advertisement intended to hijack your Google virtual assistant is a feature, not a bug.

Putting people first in a post-privacy world

Putting people first in a post-privacy world

People overwhelmingly say they care about protecting their data, but they just aren't engaged enough to take control, writes the

Influencer marketing is creeping into Alexa

Influencer marketing is creeping into Alexa

Hearst Corp. is bringing daily Oprah quotes to Amazon Alexa.

IBM study finds most people are disappointed with digital brand experiences

IBM study finds most people are disappointed with digital brand experiences

70 percent of consumers aren't impressed with "The Experience Revolution."

High school students tackle Spotify brief for 4A's competition

High school students tackle Spotify brief for 4A's competition

See the winning presentations from the latest ReACT competition.

How automation could make us more human

How automation could make us more human

The rise of the robots should spur us to focus on our machine-beating capabilities, especially creative thinking.

Tech's new frontier: The human brain

Tech's new frontier: The human brain

There may come a day when virtual personal assistants live in our brains. What will that mean for marketers?