Quiqup Feature

In today’s world, you can shop from wherever you are at any time you want thanks to e-commerce platforms on the market. And even though deliveries are becoming faster, they are still not instantaneous and you rarely know exactly when your pack will be delivered. There are of course some retailers giving you the ability to set a […]

The Grandparents Frame Johnsons Baby

Johnsons Baby Middle East are running an interesting campaign entitled “The Grandparents Frame“. It’s based on the following insight: In the Middle East, a lot of people leave their country to live abroad but, grandparents usually stay home and thus, don’t really see their grandchildren growing. Of course today, with the technology advancements it’s less and less […]

Enjoy Your Privacy - Norton

To promote its new mobile security software, Norton is presenting seven fictional characters, letting the public hack into those people’s phones and access texts, e-mails, pictures and bank statements. Leo Burnett Chicago, the agency behind this great idea, has developed a creative multi-screen experience: It all starts by going to enjoyyourprivacy.com on desktop then mobile, […]

Snapchat

On the first day of the year 2014, some hackers announced that they were able to hack the instant messaging app Snapchat and leaked a document containing usernames and phone numbers of 4.6 million users. The list was made available on Snapchatdb.info but the two last digits of the phone numbers were hidden. This website […]

Spreadsheets App

While its name may let you think it has something to do with Excel, Spreadsheets is a mobile app to measure your sex performance. Apparently, by tracking loudness and movement, the app will give you “accurate” stats about endurance, thrusts and decibel peaks. I am not sure though about the integration of social media but, […]

Audi eKurzinfo App

Audi just launched eKurzinfo (e-short info in English), a mobile app to replace your car owner’s manual that usually remains untouched somewhere in your car. And here you would wonder: Why invest in improving something we barely use? Well, because we don’t use the manual for the only reason that it’s bulky and are never […]

Developer Mike Judge created an app called Places I’ve Pooped and it allows you to check-in places you’ve pooped in. This geo-localization social network is made for those who think Foursquare is too traditional. Would you want to share with your friends your “pooping” location? I wouldn’t.