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The ads prey upon the perception of the Apple fan: aloof to competition, making up excuses to support their team and exuding superiority. It's tired.
Are we finally ready for a bigger battery on a Galaxy Note phone? Do you want a 9-year-old iPhone for kicks? And we have gripes to tell you about!
But the celebrity allure isn't the ace card for LG in promoting the G7 ThinQ as it has a package of single-focus ads all about features.
It's got a Snapdragon 845, it's got a bezelless display and it has no notch to boot. And it's coming in just weeks. Stay tuned.
Advertising in this age is catered to tech enthusiasts excited about the OnePlus 6. And yes, you can have your say in this, too.
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.
It's a minor bug for sure, but it just doesn't look right — especially for it being part of a feature highlight in a very expensive advertisement.
The P20 Pro supposedly has three cameras and 40-megapixel capabilities. We're getting the slightest hints at what they can do through a couple of commercials.
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.
They're designed to be self-serving, yes, but in these cases, it's particularly at Samsung's cost. After all, it has a lot staked on the Galaxy Note 8.
The Galaxy Note 8 was posted to Samsung Mobile's main US webpage for a short time on Friday while the Korean unit gets the advertisements rolling.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt's company has done ads for LG's two V-series devices. With another one expected in the fall, what creative vision will take shape?
Your phone? iPhone. Apple wants you to make the switch from Android or Windows or whatever you have over to iOS. And you can do so with ease.
Why spend a fortune on celebrity cameos and other cheap publicity tricks when a great phone like the LG G6 can speak for itself?
Justin Bieber, Rob Gronkowski and Terrell Owens are the stars of a no doubt costly new T-Mobile commercial that's simply not very entertaining.
One of the keys to global success is advertising, and Huawei already has a fairly long list of celebrity brand ambassadors, including Justin Long.
Samsung is trying to sell you on the Gear VR headset one more time this holiday season, proposing you "unwrap the feels" for free.
Apple's latest 60-second iPhone 7 commercial reminds you of the handheld's almost annoyingly loud sound and casual by-the-pool endurance.
Google may have already splashed $3.2 million on Pixel and Pixel XL TV ads, with a Samsung or Apple-rivaling total marketing budget in store.
James Corden makes excellent use of his unique brand of silly humor in an Apple Music commercial also starring Jimmy Iovine and Eddy Cue.
Now that the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are out and about (more or less), it's time for Apple's advertising steamroller to get cracking.
Apple wants to remind the world just how awesome are the cameras on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, with 8 community-sourced new "Shot on iPhone" clips.