Oh my, Apple strikes back in its ever so entertaining feud with Samsung… This time the occasion is… Earth Day?
Paul Golden has become an adviser to HTC’s Chairwoman Cher Wong. Golden was Samsung US’s Chief Marketing Officer/VP of Strategic Marketing between 2008 and early 2012.
Samsung positions itself like an innovator in the ad – right off the bat, the commercial touts the S5’s “meaningful innovation”, probably to counter the idea (widespread, in some circles) that Samsung is a fast follower, or even a copier.
How do you top the most retweeted tweet ever, the “selfie” that Ellen DeGeneres and an ensemble of giddy Hollywood stars took on the Oscars night? I don’t know, maybe get the President of the United States involved?
The HTC One (M8) launched today. But you don’t need a TV commercial to tell you that, and you sure don’t need some random celeb tell you if you should buy it or not. Because you’re special.
A new ad compares a Surface RT with a Galaxy Tab 3 in a very specific area: connectivity. The ad explains how the Galaxy Tab 3 can only connect to external displays and other devices through additional connectors.
Samsung has a penchant for over the top marketing campaigns, but this latest one is probably one of the zaniest yet. Here’s the premise: soccer stars including German legend Franz Beckenbauer and Argentinian demigod Leo Messi will have to fight off a bunch of mean-looking aliens hell bent to take over our planet.
Here are two more great Nexus 7 TV ads that you might begin to see over the following weeks. Google highlights the simplicity and convenience of consuming media and apps on a tablet, be it a Shakespeare play or a game of chess.
King James has first got involved with Samsung last year, when he promoted the Galaxy Note 2 in a series of ads. Now he’s back with two more spots for Samsung’s recently launched Galaxy Note 3 smartphone, Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, and Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Samsung and the NBA are reportedly partnering in a three-year $100 million deal that will put Samsung tablets and TVs courtside at every game.