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New set of HTC One M9 videos tempt you into getting one

A lot of the best gadget makers sometimes pour a lot of effort (not to mention money) into creating materials like marketing campaigns, videos, even viral campaigns to make you believe that you actually need to get that smartphone or tablet or wearable right here and right now. No matter how great your gadget is, if you don't have a great campaign, sometimes it will still not sell as you would expect it.

New HTC videos shows off One M9 and how we’re all “One”

If you want to talk about what your brand is all about and give off a feel-good vibe that reminds us all of our humanity and how we are different and yet the same, who would you want to be the voice of that video? Of course immediately you'll think of The Avengers right? Well, that's what HTC has done, in a manner of speaking. Getting Iron Man to do the voice over of your latest brand video was a smart move, we think.

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.

Galaxy S5 ad mocks Apple’s rumoured bigger iPhone screen

In continuing with its tradition of pulling no punches when mocking its competition, Samsung’s newly-released ad for their Galaxy S5 has once again chosen rival Apple to receive its barbs. The ad entitled “Screen Envy” pokes fun at the rumoured bigger screen of the upcoming new iPhone, and saying that Samsung users have had their bigger screen devices for the past two years.

Samsung Galaxy S5 promo arrives without the Apple bashing

We've seen a handful of official Galaxy S5 videos from Samsung. Those earlier videos have included the official introduction and the official hands-on. The one that has arrived today is a television commercial and clocks in at 30-seconds in length. Samsung begins with mention of "meaningful innovation" and then goes on to highlight a few of the features.
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