AcuityAds has become one of a few companies that now has access to Facebook Exchange and will begin offering this inventory to clients immediately.read more
Instagram is infamous for certain cliché shots: your feet, the wing of an airplane (doesn't anyone take pictures from good airplane seats?), and tourist attractions in major cities.read more
HootSuite is partnering with Foursquare to create a venue management solution for businesses.read more
At over 364,000 square feet, there is no sense of direction, no silence, bad cell service.
Life in IKEA is impossible.read more
Recently Calgary's Mobovivo and ESPN announced the launch of ESPN Sync, a second screen app for sports fans, accessible on Apple and Android mobile devices.
With ESPN Sync viewers can follow and interact with soccer matches broadcast by ESPN including Brazil 2014, World Cup Qualifiers, Champions League, and the Brazil Cup.
The app delivers a real-time interactive environment able to support a large audience and features complimentary content synced with live sport events broadcast on TV.read more
Twitter shares surged 75% on New York Stock Exchange on the social network's first day of trading.read more
Facebook's "Like" button is viewed across 7.5 million websites a total of 22 billion times per day. Which puts a lot of pressure on even the subtlest of redesigns.read more
In 2012, Scotiabank acquired ING Direct in Canada. As a result of that deal, the alternative bank was given 18 months to distance itself from ING Group via a rebrand.read more
Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber has been dominating social media networks in Canada and worldwide for years.read more
A new partnership between Aeroplan and HigherEdPoints will bring innovation to the space of loyalty rewards programs.read more
Lynx Equity announced today that it has acquired Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer Majestic Media from Toronto.
According to today's press release Majestic Media is "Canada’s largest developer of custom social media campaigns and applications" and currently works with Scotiabank, Maple Leaf Foods, and Virgin mobile.read more