New Samsung Commercials Take Direct Shots at iPad Air and iPhone, LeBron James Included

Samsung kicked off a new marketing campaign this morning using ads that show off both the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy TabPRO 10.1 up against Apple’s latest and greatest. They are to the point in their praise of the features filling up their Galaxy products while making sure we all know the same can’t be said for the iPhone 5s and iPad Air. They are casual in tone, at times silly, and will certainly help reinvigorate a battle we have been watching for years now.  (more…)

Tim Tebow Doesn’t Like Contracts Either, Selfies With Bigfoot in New T-Mobile Ad

And the oddest match-up of the century goes to, T-Mobile and Tim Tebow. In the UnCarrier’s latest commercial, the out-of-work quarterback pokes fun at himself, as he continues life without an NFL contract. Get it…T-Mobile and no contracts?

During his time without one, Tebow has been able to deliver babies, save puppies from burning buildings, do his own stunts in B-movies, call out Iceland during a world peace meeting, throw actual moonshots, and take selfies with Bigfoot. Who knew that being out of work could be so awesome for Mr. Shirtless-in-the-rain.

Classic.  (more…)

Greatest Samsung Commercial Ever.

I seriously can’t tell if it’s meant to be as bad as it is because it just keeps going and going, but you know what, I just don’t care. This is hands-down, without a doubt, Samsung’s finest commercial to date even if it was unintentionally made to be so. As our reader put it, “so cringeworthy it’s newsworthy.”

I hope Aimee and Jack can make it to the Galaxy S5 unveiling to relive this on-screen magic like only Jack and Aimee can. Please, Samsung, bring them. Please bring the single man’s guide to picking up women with a Galaxy Gear too.

“Want to see something cool?”

So, are you GEARed up? Haaaaaa.  (more…)

Video: Motorola Put a Color-changing, Interactive Moto X Ad in January’s WIRED

Motorola created a “first of its kind” ad for the Moto X that will run in the January issue of WIRED magazine. The ad is fully interactive, giving readers the opportunity to see what it’s like to customize a Moto X in real-time, and in a print magazine. Yes, I know that sounds impossible, but when you create an ad with a battery, LED lights, a keyboard-like button membrane, and other paper-thin materials, anything is apparently possible.  (more…)