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Beverage company Pepsi has recently confirmed that it's currently preparing to release a line of new smartphones in China, with one called the Pepsi P1. Accessories were also confirmed by the firm.
In what seems to be an extremely uncharacteristic move, Pepsi is rumoured to be making an Android smartphone, with a 5.5-inch screen and a $200 asking price.
Owners of Samsung's smart TVs say their viewing of movies and videos is being interrupted by intrusive ads - even in apps from third-parties such as Plex and Foxtel, who deny any knowledge of the ads.
Pepsi Co. are the latest to be trolled by 4Chan, with a campaign called "Operation: Gushing Grannies. Commence." the site aimed to takeover the "Dub the Dew" online vote for a name for their new drink
First Amazon MP3 became the first (and currently only) retailer to offer customers DRM-free MP3s from all four major music labels, and now Amazon.com is launching, with the help of PepsiCo Incorporated, a campaign to...
Over the weekend, Pepsi Canada launched a new iPod promotion that will givewaway a "truckload of iPods." The company said that it would offer a free iPod an hour, every hour, of every day, for...
According to Adweek.com Apple & Pepsi may be planning a new iTunes co-promotion next year. Last fall, Pepsi and Apple announced that they'll be giving away 100 million free iTunes song downloads. Due...
Pepsi-Cola's attention-getting Super Bowl ad campaign offering free music downloads from Apple's iTunes Music Store hasn't paid off in a big digital sales spike — yet. Bottles with the winning promotions took longer to get...
Apple and Pepsi announced in October that they would be giving away 100 million songs. The giveaway will officially launch on Feb 1st with a Superbowl Ad. The first specially-marked bottles are already...
A new sort of Pepsi Generation will get air time on the Super Bowl: music downloaders. Some 20 teens sued by the Recording Industry Association of America, which accuses them of unauthorized downloads, will appear...
Writing for the Los Angeles Times, Jeff Leeds and Terril Yue Jones indicate that Apple and PepsiCo Inc. are poised to unveil a promotional deal that rewards Pepsi buyers with free songs from Apple's iTunes...