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Digital media vet Troy Young joins the magazine publisher to speed up its metabolism.
An anti-child abuse campaign use tech to display different messages to adults and children.
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The car brand demos its start-stop auto tech with a smartphone tool to shut off battery-draining apps running in the background.
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Razorfish’s Ray Valez, Havas’ John Winsor, Mail Online’s Sean O’Neal and Nissan’s Erich Marx on mobile, social and the Internet of things.
Elle is among the first publishers to build for the new wearable computer.
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