On-the-spot burning of CDs has recently opened a whole new market of instant ‘in concert’ souvenirs.
Slip into these sneakers for some extreme street sporting.
A blast of innovation in the growing segment of breath fresheners. There’s money in mints!
The Apple store is the first affordable alternative to illegal downloads: it’s cool to pay for music again!
A more exclusive heir to the CD single’s sagging throne.
Initiatives to uncork affordable and hip wines.
McDonald’s turns to technology for a boost, trying its hand at automated convenience stores, DVD machines, chat orders, WiFi, and online advertising.
Selling ‘in-house’ music may be profitable for a host of companies that entertain customers in settings where background music is accepted and often even welcomed.
A British video-on-demand service dedicates a TV channel to ads, making the rest of its programming commercial-free.
British ‘Leaping Salmon’ offers almost-ready gourmet food in handy meal kits, making home cooking a breeze for busy urbanites.
Well-equipped hideaways for playing games and watching DVDs. When will the rest of the world get their private cinemas?
Car showroom by day, restaurant by night — another example of smart multi-exploitation of commercial space, from Berlin to Sydney.