In the next few weeks, you may start to see a new type of result when you search the Google Play Store for an app.
Twitter is free, but the company needs to start making more money on the service. And you know what they say: if you’re not paying for the product, you are the product.
In an update coming to Twitter for Android in the next couple weeks, the company has announced it will begin cataloging the ... Read More »
The Moto 360 is our favorite smartwatch at the moment, but don’t let Motorola catch you calling it that. They avoided the word “smartwatch” throughout the Moto 360′s Chicago launch event and continue to do so in the first Moto 360 ad.
For those of you that can’t watch the ad, it is a single ... Read More »
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Regardless of what you think of HTC’s more recent ad campaigns featuring Gary Oldman and Robert Downey, Jr. they still haven’t managed to obtain the kind of recognition or mind share that Samsung enjoys. No surprise then that HTC would look for aid from the same mind that helped Samsung into their current ... Read More »
Samsung and Nokia are both blasting the airwaves with a set of new smartphones ads this week. Each one is pretty entertaining, but which do you like best? Samsung’s “Pool Party” or Nokia’s “The Wedding?”
If you were watching the Grammys last night and paying attention to the commercials, you may have noticed a spot from Google showing off the Nexus 4, and the power of Google Now. Now available for viewing on the official Google Nexus YouTube account, the latest advertisement for Google Now is easily the best to ... Read More »
With Google’s last two Nexus 7 commercials, the company notorious for lackluster advertising hit it out of the park. Both their “Camping” and “Curious” commercials featured heartwarming stories that put Nexus 7 right in the middle of the action. Today’s yet-to-be officially revealed “Aquarium” commercial (it’s set to private on the Google Nexus YouTube account) ... Read More »
Apple may have won their court case, but Samsung is as determined as ever to win in the court of public opinion.
Google is no stranger to collecting your information in order to better serve you advertisements, but if a recently filed patent ever comes to life, the company will be taking it to the next level.
Google has made a fortune out of organizing information. They’ve created algorithms and catalogued the Internet. They’ve taken pictures all ... Read More »
Back in early August of 2011, we brought you a story about how SlingLabs was looking to help developers put ads in your notification bar. The negative response to that story was off the charts. While we can understand developers need to make money from their apps, and ads are a convenient way to ... Read More »