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.
Taiwanese regulators fined Samsung the equivalent of $340,000 for a fake comments campaign directed against HTC. Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission concluded an investigation into Samsung’s advertising practices, after news broke that a local marketing company working for Samsung had paid students to write negative comments against HTC and other competitors.
Google released two short spots for the Nexus 7 that focus on the prowess of stock Android and the Google ecosystem.