Google loves to hide surprises in their products to commemorate holidays and special occasions. This Christmas is no different.
The big night is almost upon us and once again, a couple of our favorite digital platforms are making it easy for you and your kids to track Santa Claus’ journey from the North Pole.
The pièce de résistance in this app is the dancing Santa feature. You can use this option to make Saint Nick dance up a storm using the dance moves that you select. Of course, it is only natural that one of the dance options is to have the old guy do the Gangnam style dance.
Reindeercam is a live stream where your kids can watch “Santa’s” reindeer as they prepare for their long Christmas Eve journey.
Santa Claus has been visiting the homes of good little girls and boys for centuries and for the past 58 years, North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) has been tracking his progress around the globe.
Tis the Season for Augmented Reality and Dutch 3d animators LazyAnts have created a fun little iOS app that brings a little more holiday cheer to you wherever you are.
Judging from the flurry of mentions in my RSS feed this year, Santa Claus has been very busy building his online brand. Here are a few places you (and your kids) can find the jolly old guy this Christmas…
Santa continued his personal branding onslaught today by teaming up again with his buddies at Google.
This time, the Joly One and the Search Giant are letting you create and send a personalized cartoon video from Santa to anyone anywhere via email or Google+.
QR may have turned the corner with marketers of late. A recent study showed that 5% of U.S. adults (up from 1% last year) have scanned a 2d code and an increasing number of major brands are incorporating QR technology into they marketing efforts.