USA Today writes about a theater audience in Japan that will get to sniff a movie:
“A new service (...) will synchronize seven different smells to parts of The New World, starring Colin Farrell.
A floral scent accompanies a love scene, while a mix of peppermint and rosemary is emitted during a tear-jerking scene. Joy is a citrus mix of orange and grapefruit, while anger is enhanced by a herb-like concoction with a hint of eucalyptus and tea tree.”
ZDNet’s Garett Rogers snooped around Google job offers and found positions hinting at a future “Google Audio” service (like “Customer Support Technician, Google Audio - Dallas”). What might this be? [Thanks Manoj Nahar.]
Google product manager Rohit Dhawan announces upcoming changes to the AdWords API, including a revised quota allocation system & pricing model and modified terms and conditions.
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