Samsung has a new Galaxy coming out on the 21st of February. To celebrate, they are having seven days of unboxing. For the very first they had a child named Tyson unbox it in some weird dark sci-fi inspired platform that seems more akin to where Batman keeps his gear.
Here's a euphemistic piano for you: they picked a piano apart and replaced the 88 keys, reengineering it so that it only plays one note: middle C. In a regular piano, each one is different. In this piano, they are all the same. Now, lets listen.
This has now been proven true in several super bowls: The ads that have several 15 to 30 second "teasers" before the super bowl, and contains the most celebrities, truly suck the worst when you finally get to the 60 you've been waiting for.
Fitbit have launched their super bowl debut in style, hyping the $200 Blaze with this ad that juxtaposes office "catch this" with basketball, business travel with weight lifting, and glamorous nights out with kick-ass judo. Or is that ju-jitsu? Karate?
LG's very first super bowl commercial was directed and produced by Hollywood family royalty, Ridley and Jake Scott, while starring Liam Neeson. “Ridley and Jake are an amazing creative team,” said Neeson.
Smart phone manufacturer Huawei wanted to promote the P8's Light Painting feature. So they went to Cappadocia, a visually stunning part of Turkey, took more than 50 pigeons, and did a night time shoot in the sky. The pigeons were trained thanks to Ali the Birdman.