The ads are definitely weird and not very traditional, but they’re also quite funny and entertaining. The zombie slapping ... Read More »
Remember Verizon’s old commercials? Actor Paul Marcarelli would play Test Man and say the now iconic line “Can you hear me now?” It’s hard to forget such a popular commercial, and it seems Sprint never really forgot Marcarelli either.
Sprint has snagged Marcarelli for its newest ... Read More »
You may remember the Android “Monotune” ad that recently came out. It featured a pianist playing songs on a regular piano, then playing the same songs on a piano modified to only play the middle C note. It had the tagline “Be together. Not ... Read More »
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Google’s latest Android ad is called “Monotone,” and it’s a comparison of a musical piece played on a regular piano and a piano modified so that every key plays middle C. It’s an interesting ad, showing that it’s better to be “together and different” rather than all the same.
It’s likely taking shots at iPhone ... Read More »
We’ve all heard the Band-Aid joke, and we’ve all seen the photos. When the Samsung Galaxy S5 launched, people felt that the back of the Copper Gold version looks like a Band-Aid. It was a funny joke back then, but fanboys took it to such extremes that it became tired just 24 hours later. When you see people posting that ... Read More »
Now the only question is whether the ad is more likely to inspire nightmares or interest in LG’s curved creation.
Despite its unique screen and other impressive specs, including a self-healing feature that everyone likes to demonstrate, the LG G Flex hasn’t exactly caught fire with consumers. However, every time we post about ... Read More »
Who better to pitch life without a contract than Tim Tebow? I have to give T-Mobile credit, because this is an excellent pairing and the Super Bowl is certainly the perfect time to roll it out.
The ad is centered around all of the adventures Tebow gets to embark on as a result ... Read More »