Yesterday, HTC posted the shortened Robert Downey JR #HTChange “Hipster Troll Carwash” commercial they’ve been airing on TV to YouTube, and the reaction seems to be overwhelmingly good. Which is a little surprising.
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 »
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After a few short months of proposing a Sony acquisition of Ericsson’s mobile division, the deal has been finalized. The Japanese electronics giant is at the dawning of a new era, and we’re already starting to see the fruits of their labor.
The battle of the prices, minutes and data is endless, and the carrier competition is fierce. While some carriers have better prices, others have better services. And some have your favorite devices. You may have seen Sprint’s new T.V. commercial lately. This video is not yet available directly from Sprint online, but we have found ... Read More »
Whoa there, AT&T! Are we moving too fast? – We all know about the AT&T/T-Mobile possible merger, and most people have been openly showing their stand on this situation all over the internet. Even Sprint has turned in an official statement to the FCC, further clarifying that this this acquisition will ... Read More »
The first HTC EVO 4G ad has been uploaded to YouTube and Sprint has chosen to focus on the word first. One of the first things that comes to mind for me is the obsessed blog commentators who rush to post “FIRST!!!” on every article (luckily our site has avoided that). Anyways, Sprint ... Read More »