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Samsung Galaxy S II gets first commercial

A cute commercial advertising the realistic display of the Samsung Galaxy S II has appeared on youtube. The video shows a cute little girl trying to reach for a fish swimming in the Galaxy S II's live video background so she can put it back into the fishbowl. After a few tries, she gives up and does what most kids would do, she puts the Galaxy S II into the fishbowl! The tag line reads ... "Too Realistic?"

T-Mobile’s strange Royal Wedding Commercial

Most of the time, commercials are very direct in advertising a product. And sometimes the product is omitted entirely and ... well, they're just down right strange. That's the case with T-Mobile's Royal Wedding video which not only has gone viral, but has probably gotten as many views as it would on television. And it's just in time to ride the wave of the Royally obsessed.

Design with Android, AutoCAD WS coming soon to Android

AutoDesk has just recently announced that the popular AutoCAD WS Mobile app is now coming to Android. Time to get your design on. They said this has been the most asked question since the launch of the iOS version and that they are happy to be bringing this to Android. It will be available in the Android Market starting April 20th. It also plays very nicely with Tablets.

New Xperia Play Backstab game Ad pops up [Video]

Imagine if the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed took place during the 18th century in the Caribbean. That's the vibe behind Gamaeloft's "Backstab," which we reported last month was coming to the Sony-Ericcson Xperia Play exclusively for the first month or so. A new video of Backstab's game play has surfaced telling more about the back story. Backstab casts the gamer as character Henry Blake, a former British naval officer unjustly imprisoned for treason and has escaped to go on a mission of vengeance.

ASUS Transformer gets an unboxing video

The ASUS Transformer Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet is making a little splash at the moment, and with good reason. It is a beautiful Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet that doubles as a pretty nice 10" laptop. Comes with basically the best mobile OS ever created, and it has a powerful dual-core CPU as we all know. Today we get a little unboxing video.

Gameloft Announces Xperia Play Exclusive game BackStab [video]

Gameloft has just announced a new and exciting game that will be coming to Android, and later iOS. The Xperia Play exclusive will be available for Play owners only for the first month or so according to sources, then will be released for the rest of the Android community so they can all wish they had the controls the Xperia Play has. This is a very polished game with a little mix of action and adventure. It is sure to please many of you Thumb gamers.

LG Partners with YouTube for 3D sharing

LG has announced a partnership with YouTube to bring 3D sharing via the Optimus 3D to the popular online video portal's 3D channel. Optimus 3D users will be able to upload and share recorded videos to YouTube directly from their phones. Of course, viewers will need a special set of red/blue 3D glasses to watch them, but hey, it's 3D!

LG Optimus 2X 1080P Video Surfaces

One of the biggest features of the LG Optimus 2X is its ability to record 1080p video. Lucky for us, we get to see exactly what this looks like (well, uploaded to YouTube) and you can see the video after the break. We are graced with a shaky camera panning across a calm fishing dock. The video is pretty impressive, however, it’s not the optimal action shot that we would have hoped for. Check it out: Note: Be sure to watch full screen as well as select "1080p." [youtube]nmIaf2787O4[/youtube] We’re quite impressed with the device, and we can’t wait until the device gets launched to the general public. If you would like more information on the device, including a hands-on video, be sure to check out our Hands-On with the LG Optimus 2X. [Via Engadget]

Music videos come to Android YouTube app

Music fans that have the Android app for YouTube got some good news yesterday when the streaming site announced that music videos would now be offered on its streaming app. The updated app gets access to the VEVO catalog of music videos on the YouTube 2.0 app.