Tag Archives: htc

Is Facebook set to launch its first smartphone?

The tech world is agog with rumours that Facebook is going to announce its first smartphone, likely made by HTC, next Tuesday (January 15). The California-based company has invited journalists to its Menlo Park HQ “to see what we’re building.” ...

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Google-branded Android tablets go online – is this another win for Apple after BlackBerry retreat?

Unmistakable stress signs among competitors appear to herald a tectonic shift in the smartphone sector in favour of Apple. One rival RIM – maker of Blackberry – has retired hurt from the consumer ring. Another, Apple’s principal adversary in the ...

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Mother’s geeks land Acer Ultrabook global launch

Publicis Groupe’s number two Jean Yves-Naouri described modern advertising as ‘geek but deep’ the other day and ad agency Mother in the UK seems to have had the same thought. The agency has followed its appointment to handle handset company ...

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Now Interpublic steps up boom in Brazil with S2 Publicom PR purchase

Interpublic has bought a majority stake in S2Publicom, ranked among the top five public relations firms in Brazil. S2Publicom was formed last year by the merger of S2 and Publicom, two major public relations firms that have been operating in ...

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New blow for McCann London as it loses Nescafe to Publicis

It hasn’t been particularly good year for McCann Erickson London as it’s lost phone maker HTC to Mother before it even had time to produce a campaign, Dulux, where it was minding the shop, to Bartle Bogle Hegarty and now ...

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Linus Karlsson’s McCann loses £35m HTC to his former agency Mother

I don’t suppose former Mother US co-founder Linus Karlsson thought that reviving McCann Erickson in London and New York was going to be easy but he’s just received rude confirmation – Mother, the agency he left last year, has won ...

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