Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 ad is the latest ad campaign to poke fun of people who use the iPhone, this time making fun of the device’s lack of NFC, as well as focusing on some of the ‘neat’ little software tricks that come installed on the latest Galaxy flagship.
Google has released another trailer to advertise their Chromebooks, however this one is a little different to usual. The last few Chromebook ads have been a series of video clips played quickly within a short time period, with a laid over the top describing the different scenarios they can be used in. This advert takes a more serious, although equally heart-warming approach to advertise how the Chromebooks can be used in a teaching environment.
Facebook is set to launch their Android launcher ‘Home’ in just a matter of days, so to get people excited for it, they have launched the product’s first official advert.
Google have released another two incredible adverts for their services. The first focuses on a father, who uses Google Now to impress his son with knowledge about the universe. The second is based around a person who uses Google Goggles to look knowledgeable in a job interview.
Even though the adverts are brilliant, I don’t think any amount of adverts can do justice to how great Google Now actually is. You really don’t realise how useful it is until you actually try it for yourself.
Just a matter of hours after Google released their very own Nexus 4 advert, LG have released another. Are they forgetting that they are almost impossible to buy right now?
Google have released another advert for the Nexus 4, although this one is focusing primarily on Photo Sphere, meaning it’s more like an advert for Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
It’s been a tough couple of years for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser. Despite having good reviews and a catchy song for their advertisements, the old-favourite became old news, forfeiting the number one spot to Google Chrome a while back.
Google have released another two adverts to further promote the Google Search Application which was released for Android 4.2 and iOS earlier this year.
Apple, obviously embarrassed at how their new ‘Genius’ ad campaign has been received, have pulled the ads from their Youtube channel, now being marked as private.
Apple’s latest Mac adverts are due to air during the London 2012 Olympics for the next fortnight on American television.
The ads take a step away from the serious and to-the-point adverts Apple have produced recently, going for comedy and resembling the iconic Mac vs PC adverts which starred Justin Long.
The new adverts, despite primarily advertising the Mac product, seem to be an advert for the ‘Genius’ employees who work within the Apple stores.
Below you can find all three of the Mac adverts that have aired so far.
Source – The Verge