Hot on the heels of its recent Galaxy Note 4 commercial, Samsung Mobile USA released another video clip centered on the company’s flagship phablet. The lengthy clip is a departure from the usual promo video format.
The video clip features two friends who try to insert “note” into as many common words as possible (cappuccinote is one coffee-flavored example). Read more »
After Samsung, LG, HTC, and even KitKat, Asus has joined the #bendgate fun party by mocking the iPhone 6 Plus too. The Taiwanese company is also promoting two of its products while it’s at it. First up, the Zenfone 6, as you can see.
But the Transformer Book Flip gets compared to Apple’s bendy phablet too, in the next image. Read more »
Virtual reality or VR is still very much in its infancy but every once in a while we see a cool use for it that makes it that much more desirable. One such tool is Tilt Brush, that will let you paint the world around you in 3D.
Tilt Brush is a program that runs on your computer and works with VR display such as the Oculus Rift. The UI of the app appears to be floating around you once you put on the glasses and moves around as you move your head. Then you can just use a mouse to paint in the air around you. Read more »
Announced earlier this month, the new Moto G succeeds the most successful smartphone in Motorola’s history. The first generation of the stylish, budget-friendly handset is solely responsible for bringing the manufacturer back in contention in a number of key markets globally.
The newcomer has grown in size compared to its predecessor, thanks to its larger display. Read more »
A few days after bashing its biggest rival in a series of videos, Samsung released another ad that pokes at Apple. This time around however, the mockery is a lot subtler.
As it turns out the videos from earlier this week were produced in Korea. The company’s marketing team in the United States created the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 4 promo video. Read more »
Meizu and Oppo have joined the growing list of manufacturers that poke fun of Apple for its latest duo of iPhone 6 phones. Meizu has been pointed at for taking a cue or two from the Cupertino company and now it’s striking back.
The Chinese phonemaker is taking a jab at Apple for having “nice lines” referring to its white plastic elements that let the antennas get better reception. The Meizu MX 4 features similar aesthetics, intentionally or not. Read more »
You didn’t think that Samsung would respond to Apple’s major announcement with a mere graphic, did you? Several hours after the first poke, the Korean giant released a series of video ads that mock its Cupertino competitor.
The sextet of YouTube clips makes fun of Apple and its products in a rather comprehensive fashion. Read more »
After yesterday’s big Apple event, the company’s two new iPhones promptly got mocked, in different ways, by both HTC and Samsung. While the former focused on the design similarities between the iPhone 6 and its very own One (M8), Samsung rightly took a stab at the iPhone 6 Plus and its phablet form factor (that was made mainstream by the original Galaxy Note, let’s not forget). And now, the Apple Watch is in the spotlight.
Though in this case we’re talking about a full-on parody video posted on YouTube, debating the merits of Apple’s new smartwatch. Read more »
Well, this surely didn’t take long! Shortly after Apple unveiled the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, a member of the competition responded. HTC took a gentle swing at the newly announced duo on Twitter.
Unsurprisingly, the Taiwanese manufacturer picked on the metal design of Cupertino’s smartphone. Read more »
If you aren’t new to the Internet, or tech in general, you probably know those Apple promo videos – featuring a grey background, and Jony Ive using his wonderful accent to tell you how revolutionary every single millimeter of the company’s newest product is. Well, IKEA noticed, and it decided to have a go at this very unique genre of ads.
The result is seriously hilarious. As you can see in the video, IKEA is introducing the world to a brilliant new device: “it’s not a digital book, or an e-book, it’s a bookbook”. Read more »
By now you probably know that Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 4 earlier today. Yet here we are, mere hours later, and the company’s chief competitor from its native South Korea, LG, is already mocking it.
The image above was posted on Twitter by LG’s arm in Jordan. It takes aim at a new feature that lets Galaxy Note 4 owners take selfies by placing a finger on top of the heart rate monitor on the back of the phablet, then taking said finger off of it. Read more »
That new HTC One (M8) for Windows has a name with great potential to confuse consumers – it’s not the HTC One (M8), it’s not the One (E8) and it doesn’t run Windows (but Windows Phone instead). It turns out that the similar looks of the One family are an issue too, even for the carriers.
Verizon put out a video to tout the HTC One (M8), both the Android and WP versions, except if you look closely at the screenshot above you’ll notice those are actually two different devices. Read more »
You can do so many things with your Xiaomi Mi 3 smartphone – enjoy Full HD videos on the 5″ IPS display, take a wonderful 13MP pictures with its camera, play the latest 3D games hassle-free courtesy of the Snapdragon 800 chipset, or listen unlimited music via the Baidu Online Music Service.
But it is surely not such a good idea to throw your beautiful Xiaomi Mi 3 covered in polycarbonate shell and Gorilla Glass 3 under a bus. Someone did this and the result isn’t peachy. Read more »
Dedicated fans of Infinity Blade III will surely appreciate this bit of news. Players of the popular iOS title can now design and order 3D-printed figurines of its characters straight from the game.
In order to take in-app purchasing to the next level, the game developers from Chair Entertainment partnered up with the software development company Sandboxr. Read more »
Sony Mobile released six apps that showcase the water resistance of its flagship Xperia smartphones. Sony Underwater Apps is currently available in the United States for Xperia Z1s and Xperia Z.
The apps, which look undeniably fun and goofy, utilize a great deal of clever engineering to work. Read more »