Apple releases Apple Music ad during Emmys broadcast that sees Apple execs interact with James Corden (paying tribute to David Bowie above) and Pharrell in one of a quartet of new ads:
Airbnb announces $1 million matching fund in support of the UN High Commission on Refugees as the United Nations General Assemby begins today in New York.
— Airbnb (@Airbnb) September 19, 2016
Belstaff debuts second collection by Liv Tyler at London Fashion Week.
@misslivalittle's second capsule captures the heady vibe of the English countryside at the end of the 1960s / start of the 70s and the rock’n’roll characters that were drawn to it at the time. Liv explains “I wanted to tap into the spirit of those women at that time, combining it with my love of Belstaff’s military archive pieces, yet done in my way.” #LivTylerXBelstaff #SS17 #LFW
Burberry will debut its first “See Now, Buy Now” show at London Fashion Week on Monday.
Chase offers a new way to watch The Emmys on Twitter:
— Chase (@Chase) September 19, 2016
Cheerios scores with “More Babies Please” Emmys spot:
Man, babies make living life look great. Thanks for that, babies. pic.twitter.com/F9TfJW5QmK
— Cheerios (@cheerios) September 17, 2016
GM tries to avert a strike in Canada.
GoPro unveils Karma drone today in California.
David Letterman returns to TV to host an episode for National Geographic Channel.
Lyft predicts its fleet will be mostly autonomous in five years.
Nintendo releases $35 Pokémon Go Plus wearable to enable gameplay without a phone.
— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) September 8, 2016
Salesforce announces Einstein AI platform, a rival for IBM‘s Watson.
— Salesforce (@salesforce) September 18, 2016
Twitter reveals companies’ customer response times in latest analytics release.
& kudos to The Standard hotel in New York for this response to the bombing in NYC’s Cheslea neighborhood on Saturday night: