A serendipitously-unkown song and colorful devices swirling around a white backdrop, this must be an Apple ad! Since the new, upgraded iPod lineup was officially released on October 8, Apple has begun airing a new ad entitled 'Bounce'. The 30-second TV spot highlights the 4" iPod touch, elongated iPod Nano, and revised iPod Shuffle. Watch it after the break:
In what seems like quite a childish attempt to undermine the iPhone 5, Samsung today ran an ad in Sunday newspapers blatantly declaring its anti-iPhone 5 view. You haven't seen desperate until you've seen this.
Count on Apple's wondrous marketing team to throw together a catchy television advertisement following the introduction of a new Apple device. Today's TV debut, focusing on the whole lineup of updated iPods that were announced earlier today, puts some groove into the usual Apple formula. All we can say about it? It's been "engineered for maximum funness."
It seems as that Apple built Siri not only to act as an assistant to the handset's owner, but also for Mr. Claus come Christmas this 25th - well, that's what is depicted by Apple's most recent television advertisement that aired just today.
From the CodeCube Brothers, comes Marble Slalom a fresh takes on the ball-roller classification in which you race through many slalom tracks to achieve the best time. While it’s not as addicting as Tiny Wings, I’ve been in love with it since I got it about a week ago. I
This evening while sitting in the family room with my face buried in a book along with the TV going, I looked up to see the first Verizon iPhone ad appear on my screen. At first, I didn’t notice that it was an Apple ad due to the unusual showing
A small group of hackers are claiming to have successfully hacked Super Monkey Ball, cracking Apple's Fairplay DRM and allowing anyone to download it for free and install it on their iPhones. Some commenters on the site claim to have been able to download the game and get it running on their jailbroken iPhones, while others claim it didn't work for them, questioning the hack's legitimacy.