Pocketnow Daily: iPhone 12 Price: Too GOOD to be True?! (video)
On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possible prices of the new iPhone 12 line up, a Samsung device that could be the Galaxy Note 20 and more
Could this be our first look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20?
We have seen a new Samsung smartphone with a full-screen display that doesn’t include a punch-hole selfie camera, could it be the Samsung Galaxy Note 20?
Want to continue using Spotify for free? Stop using ad-blockers!
Spotify is frowning upon ad-blockers and those who want to continue using the free, ad-supported version, will have to stop using them.
Nova 3 ad
Did Huawei really fake this Nova 3 ad by using a DSLR? [Update x2]
A Huawei Nova 3 ad was allegedly faked by using professional equipment to take what was supposed to be a selfie. Check out the details!
Apple fixes one of the iOS 11 notification bugs… only in an ad
It’s an annoying vanity bug that made its way into a triple-A, big-money ad for the iPhone X’s Face ID feature. And it gets edited like this.
Verizon complains to ad industry self-regulator about T-Mobile LTE speed claims
The National Advertising Division, a Better Business Bureau subsidiary, told T-Mobile to cut it with the “fastest LTE network” claim. It flipped a counter.
Sprint Super Bowl LI ad: “Well kids, Daddy’s dead.”
The commercial, set to air during the second quarter of the game, shows a dad essentially committing life insurance fraud to avoid a Verizon bill.
Taiwanese Galaxy Note 7 ad teases August 5 for… something
What’s happening on that date in terms of the Galaxy Note 7 is unknown as is how widespread this event applies. Pre-orders? Sales?
ZTE takes out Wall Street Journal ad, Axon 7 US release a possibility
Chinese manufacturer ZTE took out a full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal that has hints of an Axon 7 launch not just China, but the US, too.
Sprint’s ad faux pas: customer characterizing a ‘ghetto’ T-Mobile
CEO Marcelo Claure, on his “Listening Tour,” took in a customer comment that associated T-Mobile as being “ghetto.” And he nodded his head.