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HTC ThunderBolt Rooftop Ad Released

Oh man the ThunderBolt has such big potential for amazing commercials that we're surprised there haven't been more of them. This is the first commercial we've seen post-MWC 2011 (isn't it funny that conventions have become our holiday markers?) Have a look at it below and let us know if it pumps you up to the level that tiny announcements about its release date and pricing do. Then, just for kicks, tell us if you actually know how fast and nice the phone is, or if you're just super excited because clearly ThunderBolt is the greatest name for a phone since BlackBerry.

LG Optimus Pad aka G-Slate Destroyed by Transformers

The reviews are in, and it appears that LG, T-Mobile, and Optimus Prime have some talking to do. The following commercial is one that's been released in the past 24 hours by LG then quickly taken back down again, presumably because everyone in the world hates is so much. The ad spot shows the G-Slate, aka the LG Optimus Pad, transforming into the leader of the Go-Bots, Optimus Prime. This robot then gets his punch on with a Megatron of sorts, this evil robot turning out to be an embodiment of the Apple brand, (and we assume, the iPad.)

HTC Wildfire 2 Caught on HTC Innovation Ad

The Android-loving three letter name having mobile phone manufacturing group HTC has released a new commercial for the web (and more than likely for television as well) that might very well be showing the next generation of HTC Wildfire. The phone looks mighty similar save for one feature - the trackball. The trackball in that there IS no trackball on this new version. How about that?

Sony XPERIA Play Extended “Thumbs” Ad Spot [video]

If you'll recall a few days ago we showed you a severely disturbing ad spot from Sony Ericsson depicting a man running through some dark streets, past dingy workers in a rush to deliver something or other to what turns out to be a man performing surgery. The surgeon is hard at work doing no less than grafting human thumbs onto a 3 foot tall Google Android. This commercial was leaked in a terrible quality video, then replayed during the Superbowl, and is now here for you in full quality, in a totally extended video that'll creep you out just as hard as it did in the short mix.

6G Introduced by Ozzy and Bieber for Best Buy [video] [REVIEW]

So you've an early adopter and you want to have your hands on the newest product, the quickest speed, the best means to have your hands on the data that's rightfully yours. Best Buy has your back. They've got not only 4G, presented by Ozzy Osbourne - they've moved beyond that ancient foolishness. It's time for 6G, as presented by futuristic TRON Justin Bieber. Pay attention to the weirdos in the background as well, as they're changing position, form, and costume. Very Lady Gaga.

Motorola XOOM Superbowl Commercial Shows Love and De-Podding

Remember the 15 second preview for the Motorola XOOM / Android 3.0 Honeycomb commercial we showed you a couple days ago? Now we've got the whole thing. It's just been shown during a break in the Superbowl, depicting what we already know, an array of Podlings walking to a train, an outsider amongst them wielding a Motorola XOOM tablet. What happens after that is where it gets weird.

Motorola XOOM Super Bowl Teaser Ad Hits the Internet

Motorola has published a new teaser for the Motorola XOOM. Supposedly a teaser for the Super Bowl ad this Sunday, the minute clip features Motorola stating that it's time to break free from control from a single manufacturer, this is 2011 not 1984.

Android Ad Impressions Hit Plateau with Millennial Media Network

There are several different ways that analysts, and anyone else interested, can determine how well a platform is doing. While one way, perhaps the most preferred way, is to just look at the amount of devices being sold, or that have been sold over a period of time, another way is to look at the ad impressions generated by a particular platform. In a new report from the Millennial Media Network, it looks like Android may have hit a lull in ad impressions. This could be indicative that the mobile Operating System has plateaued.

New Logitech Revue Ad Demonstrates Creepy Obsession with Kevin Bacon

Advertising is one of the best ways to get your product into the minds of consumers, and what better way than to leave viewers confused and a little creeped out? In Logitech's new Revue featuring Google TV ad we see a "fan" of Kevin Bacon (Kevin Bacon himself) using Google TV to find all of the content he desires simply. You can check out the video below. And as with all "different" advertisements: Doesn't it make you want a Google TV more than anything? [youtube]qyQb192-CPQ[/youtube] [Via YouTube, Thanks, Simon!]
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