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Samsung releases teaser video of upcoming Super Bowl ad

In case you missed the news, Samsung is set to run a rather long and hopefully impressive commercial during this years Super Bowl. It will be important for a few reasons. One being that it's their first ever commercial in the big game, and it will reportedly be 90 seconds which will cost them an arm and a leg. Today they've released a small teaser video and you can see the short clip below.

Samsung Galaxy S II commercials continue with two new videos

Samsung's been pretty busy on ad campaigns lately with the "dude you're a barista" and the "next big thing" commercials but today we have two brand new ones to share. You can say they are taking shots at Apple -- and they sort of are but in a subtle way. They've left out the goofy "Samsung'd" catchphrase and replaced it with a cute blonde flirting with iPhone users. Check them out after the break.

Samsung pokes Apple again in new Galaxy S II ad

How to describe Samsung's latest advertising campaign against Apple... obnoxious? Cheeky? Brutally honest, perhaps? Whatever you call it, the series of commercials is downright entertaining for Android fans of all creed and color, especially those who've experienced their iPhone-totting friends trying to hide pangs of regret as they lament their tiny, locked-down iDevice. Samsung's latest ad, which it's calling "Samsunged", pokes fun at the iPhone's lack of built-in turn by turn navigation.

Google’s latest Nexus commercial shows the beauty of Panorama mode

Google is at it again and have just released their latest commercial of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. I for one am glad to see Google finally going big with these types of videos to demonstrate some of the awesome capabilities Android has to offer. Their latest Nexus ad shows the impressive panoramic mode with the camera in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

T-Mobile pits the Amaze 4G against the iPhone 4S, Street Fighter style

It's a common enough argument: my phone is better than your phone. If you've got any friends who are particularly attached to their iPhones, you might hear it a lot. T-Mobile's out to end the debate, and they're not above using Scott Pilgrim-grade nostalgia to do it. Their latest anti-iPhone commercial pits their current flagship the HTC Amaze 4G against the iPhone 4S in a one-on-one battle to the death to the end of Round 1.

Google’s latest ad shows off the Galaxy Nexus, Google+ and… beatboxing

OK, Google gets some points for innovative integration with this one. After a series of rather tame Google+ ads that ran over the holiday weekend, the company has busted out a new one featuring a group of friends who all have a Galaxy Nexus. (We suppose it's set in the future or something.) Demonstrating remarkable technical awareness, not to mention no small amount of rhythm and/or blues, they pass the time with a mobile beatbox session.

Extended cut of Samsung’s iPhone-baiting ad to run during the holidays

Have you checked out Samsung's new Galaxy S II commercial, calling out Apple fanboys and girls as the mindless hipsters you know them to be? If you haven't, do so now - it's a pretty awesome bit of not-so-subtle marketing. Androinica spotted a full 1.5 minute cut of the ad on Samsung's YouTube channel, with even more indirect Apple bashing. It's embedded below for your viewing pleasure. Even more exciting, the ad will run during major NFL games and other events this holiday season.

New DROID RAZR commercial: it’s only for Batman

There's a lot of folks out there chomping at the bit to get a hold of the Motorola DROID RAZR, and there's only one more day for them to wait. In the meantime, Verizon has started airing the latest in its over-the-top stylized DROID commercials, and the RAZR edition might just take the cake. Apparently, the RAZR is so powerful that you really shouldn't be using it without a souped-up stealth motorcycle, a full support team and at least eight square yards of black leather.

Samsung Galaxy Note gets its first commercial

We still haven't received any new information on the gargantuan Galaxy Note coming to the United States since that AT&T FCC filing, but here's some nice sterile marketing to tide you over. Samsung has released its first TV spot for the new phone, asking consumers the same question the tech press has been pondering since the unveiling at IFA in Berlin: is it a phone or a tablet? We'll let you be the judge.

X-Factor’s Simon Cowell says DROID Bionic has real star power

Ah, cross-promotion. Surely one of the finest institutions of the modern marketing machine. In Verizon's latest bit of salesmanship, they've ditched the football fans and tae-bo urbanites for an American icon all the way from the UK: Simon Cowell. The cellular carrier employed the laser-tongued musical personality in a commercial you'll likely be seeing a lot of in the next few weeks, promoting both the DROID Bionic and Fox's new talent show X-Factor.
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