Is Facebook spying on you, using your phone’s microphone? While I believe they’re not (they don’t need to), it’s fair to doubt me. With that in mind, here’s what you can do to make sure they have no possible way of listening to your conversations.Read More
While you may think Jedi warriors, Sith Lords or Ewoks may not be the best audience for QVC-esque advertising, YouTuber TheGamerChick has disproved this with a rather hilarious set of infomercials.
Since Facebook went public back in May the goliath social network hasn't been having the best time. How do you get investers interested in a free service? Well, the company's new plan to draw in more investers is centred around getting those adverts we love so much slap bang in our news feed.
A survey conducted by Accenture has identified that a third of Americans have used social media as a result of TV adverts. This has definitely surprised us to say the least.Read More
We understood that Sonic isn't the same video gaming icon he used to be in the past, but we didn't know it was to the point where he was to be the TV brand advocate for car insurance.Read More
So Google, being the company to not do things by half, have released a new ad promoting it's social networking efforts, showing the Muppets sharing a 'Hangout' group chat.
We couldn't help but smile at our childhood icons (particular favourite has to be Beaker), share the video conferencing stage to cover Queen and David Bowie's classic "Under Pressure." Google couldn't help but show us the situation where "famously good friends get together in a Google+ Hangout, to rock out and blow off steam."
So in the battle between Android and iOS, we've got one particularly strong opinion in the form of Chris Cringle checking the weather, messages from Mrs Claus and just how busy his schedule is, in a trailer you can't help but smile a little at.
So as you probably may well know, Samsung and Apple have been in legal competition for a while in Australia, primarily over similar comparisons between the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the iPad 2. Since the sales ban was lifted last week on Samsung, they've celebrated their victory in the local press.
As keen purveyors of gaming advertisements, recent months have seen us indebted to some of the most inventive, engaging and seductive ads in quite some time.
Fuelled by marketing budgets in the millions, we’ve bear witness to an awe-inspiring Forza Motorsport 4 ad that has rekindled our passion for motorsport, seen a downright gritty interpretation of Tamriel in Skyrim’s live-action trailer and laughed at the superbly-played ‘Vet versus Noob’ advert for Modern Warfare 3 featuring a stoic, down-to-business Sam Worthington and a bumbling Jonah Hill.
Honest to God, we were expecting either it all to blow up or a Transformer of some variety, as it seems that the marketing department at ASUS have just drunk a little too much Bay in a Can.