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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.

Motorola DROID Bionic Video Teaser Trailer Released [Video]

Verizon is bringing out the big guns with this ad campaign. In case anyone didn't catch it I could swear that is the beautiful and talented Natalie Portman in this Official Motorola Droid Bionic Teaser Trailer. This has just been leaked to our inbox so we quickly uploaded it for everyone to enjoy. We saw a few fuzzy screenshots of this video earlier but this is the real deal. Get ready for the Bionic to RULE ALL MACHINES!

Virgin Mobile takes on T-Mobile with another Ad Campaign [Video]

I don't know about you reader but I personally like the T-Mobile Carly commercials as of late. A nice replacement for Catherine Zeta Jones if you ask me. Over at Virgin Mobile they feel differently about those commercials and that magenta colored dress and have a few of their own ad campaigns to prove it. Recently we've seen a few attacks come out of Virgin Mobile aimed directly at T-Mobile and their pricing.

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.

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.
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