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T-Mobile may provide America's fastest wireless service, but according to the National Advertising Division, that's not enough to qualify for the title of nation's "best unlimited network."
Samsung's always imaginative marketing department strikes again, pitting the Galaxy S9 against the archaic iPhone 6 to remind the world of Apple's performance throttling scandals.
HTC and OnePlus are not to broadcast promotional material in the UK anymore suggesting the U11 can be used in "standard swimming pools" and causing "unduly distress" respectively.
To prove how serious an Alexa and Siri competitor it's already become, Google Assistant has booked several A-list celebrities to highlight its strengths.
Love or loathe the way the OnePlus 5T is being advertised of late, we can't stop talking about the "competition-smashing" phone, which clearly qualifies as effective publicity.
Three short February 25 teaser videos aim to highlight the exceptional speed, low-light camera performance and "3D Emoji" tricks of the Samsung Galaxy S9. A new S9+ benchmark drives the speed point home.
Amazon appears to have subtly revealed in a Super Bowl commercial starring an army of celebrities that Alexa is getting a new, warmer, more natural voice.
The OnePlus 5T is purportedly "the smarter choice, however you test it." But is the Chinese company going a little too far in its attention-grabbing publicity stunts?
The latest OnePlus 5T publicity stunt is unusual, to say the least, as "brave idiots" show the speed difference between it and the Galaxy Note 8 in a bizarre "cactus test."
Apple is yet to hit back at Samsung for that brilliant recent iPhone X satire, but Motorola thinks it has an even better product in the Moto Z2 Play.
Google's latest two-minute Pixel 2 ad is mainly about showcasing the phone's strengths, but a little light Apple mocking just adds to the fun.
Samsung's latest Apple-mocking commercial might be its best yet, taunting the chaebol's arch-rivals for a full decade of immature iPhone releases.
With Cortana, Google Assistant and Alexa rising fast, Siri stays in the limelight starring alongside The Rock in this "crazy fun commercial."
No more "scanning" Gmail messages of regular consumers in addition to businesses, Google is vowing, though "personalized" ads will live on.
Following in Sony's footsteps, China-based Vivo is FIFA's new smartphone marketing partner for the 2018 and 2022 World Cup.
There may be no more need for third-party adblocking tool installation for Google Chrome soon enough, rumor has it.
Apple's iPad Pro is the National Hockey League's official tablet starting this week, with both coaches and officials brought to the 21st century.
It's almost like Swatch wanted to enrage Apple, first with a "One more thing trademark", then by using a "Tick different" Bellamy ad motto.
We all know you have to spend money to make money, and Samsung somehow managed to post 2016 profits despite shelling out $10 billion+ on marketing.
Why spend a fortune on celebrity cameos and other cheap publicity tricks when a great phone like the LG G6 can speak for itself?
There's obviously a reason why the Galaxy S8 will feature that odd rear-fitted fingerprint sensor, and the LG G6 is to blame for the phone's first TV ad.
Apple is no stranger to ads released by competitors aimed squarely at spoofing its iDevice launches, but the latest such video comes from McDonald's.
There are many ways to express your love and passion for the "lickable" OnePlus 3T that don't entail swallowing a bundle of germs in the process.