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Samsung further teases “wall huggers” with airport outlet ads

It’s not enough that Samsung had already made fun of “wall-huggers", or those who constantly need to charge their phones (meaning iPhones) in their TV ad that was released just last month. Now they’re hitting them where they actually live, well, at least for a few minutes when they’re at an airport. They have put up ad spots for the Samsung Galaxy S5 in the power outlets at different airports across the United States.

Samsung launches #TabletRealities campaign with 3 ads

Do you still remember what was your primary reason when you bought your very first tablet? Was it so you could read ebooks or watch videos or access your social networks or for school or work? Samsung’s new ad campaign called #TabletRealities for its Galaxy Tab S series tries to reveal what people really are doing on their gadgets and to establish them as both serious and fun.

Google loses big to patent troll Vringo in Virginia court

This week, a Federal Judge in Virginia ruled that Google must pay 1.36% of revenues to a company called Vringo. The heart of the suit pertains to patents held by Vringo, which once belonged to Lycos. If you don’t remember Lycos, they were one of the many terrible web portals Google helped to eradicate from the web.

Moto X print ad goes interactive to show color options

Motorola already has a rather unique setup with the Moto X, specifically, with the Moto Maker side which allows users to customize their handset. And while many look towards the web and are starting to move away from print, Motorola has stepped up with a show of just how interesting a print advertisement can be. This one will be found in the January issue of Wired and is interactive.
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