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Mattessons Fridge Raiders joins forces with Call of Duty for code-breaking mobile game

Mattessons Fridge Raiders joins forces with Call of Duty for code-breaking mobile game

Meat snacking brand Mattessons has teamed up with Activision's Call of Duty franchise to launch a challenge designed to test

Six trends brands should know about for 2018 and the tech they need to craft responses

Six trends brands should know about for 2018 and the tech they need to craft responses

What demands will consumers make of brands next year and what's out there in the tech world to help solve

The next wave of 'smart' tech is irresistible

The next wave of 'smart' tech is irresistible

In the good old days, technologies used to wash over us in waves that were nicely separated with long, calm

The arrival of the iPhone X marks the dawn of a new (augmented) reality

The arrival of the iPhone X marks the dawn of a new (augmented) reality

Apple's all-screen flagship phone is out today, and there's one feature set to change the way we use our phones

Why Bumble popped up a hive to promote its new networking app

Why Bumble popped up a hive to promote its new networking app

Bumble Bizz, the professional networking platform created by dating app Bumble, is working to help people in their careers through

Adnams launches spooky Halloween game for Ghost Ship pale ale

Adnams launches spooky Halloween game for Ghost Ship pale ale

Suffolk brewery Adnams has launched a mobile game for Android and iOS to market its best-selling beer, Ghost Ship.

Facebook acquires app aimed at helping teens be nice to each other

Facebook acquires app aimed at helping teens be nice to each other

Facebook has bought social polling app tbh, which invites users to anonymously answer good-natured multiple choice questions about friends, and

John Lewis customer experience chief: 'No silver bullet' to changing face of retail

John Lewis customer experience chief: 'No silver bullet' to changing face of retail

John Lewis's "experimental" approach to in-store experiences has gradually made it bolder, customer experience director Peter Cross told Campaign, as

Wine brand 19 Crimes uses AR to make 19th century convicts come to life

Wine brand 19 Crimes uses AR to make 19th century convicts come to life

Treasury Wine Estates is using powerful branding to market wine to young men, the demographic group least likely to buy

The brand view: AR's day may have finally come

The brand view: AR's day may have finally come

Apple's new ARKit has the potential to turn our phones into truly interactive windows on the world around us.