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…)
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…)
Google posted these two new Nexus 7 commercials last night, both of which are as good as any of Google’s previous spots. We thought you might enjoy them, even if they are commercials.
Oh, and no, we still don’t think that “today is the day” for any sort of announcement of anything new out of Google. (more…)
Maybe it’s a secret-Verizon-ready Google Play Edition? Or not. Cute Star Wars family, though. (more…)
Best soccer player in the world. Check. Hottest single on the planet at the moment. Check. Using homeless children to license said hit single to promote new Kidz Bop Volume 25. Check. Soccer field in the ghetto. Check. Galaxy Note 3. Wait, what?
It’s a little *NSync. It’s also a little Step Up 2. It’s even a little Diagon Alley. And it’s certainly odd. This is Samsung’s first Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear commercial.
Oh and here is our Galaxy Note 3 review if you haven’t checked it out yet.
Don’t worry, there are no explosions, ninja robot women, or motorcycles in this chase scene. Instead, a man leaves his DROID ULTRA inside an NYC cab, and then proceeds to chase it through the park to hunt it down. The phone, as you would expect while in the possession of a lunatic cabbie, is bounced from door-to-door and window-to-window. Of course, no damage is inflicted, but the owner is only able to find it in the end by saying, “OK, Google Now, call my DROID.”
Our ULTRA review should arrive any day. In the mean time, read about all of its features in our Moto X review. (Seriously, same software.)
Did you pick up an ULTRA or MAXX today?