Mar 02


In a response to T-Mobile CEO John Legere, who called the AT&T network “crap” back in January, AT&T posted a full page ads in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today lambasting the carrier for dropped calls and slow download speeds. This ad comes just before T-Mobile will introduce significant changes to its service in March, eliminating both contracts and early termination fees, along with implementing installment payments for its equipment. » AT&T Attacks T-Mobile In Newspaper Ad Ahead of Potential Rebranding

Sep 16


CNet
and Businessinsider have published a new print ad that Samsung will be running in national newspapers today. “And so Samsung is greeting the arrival of the iPhone 5 with an ad that will run tomorrow in certain national and local newspapers (how modern). It is not a flattering ad. It suggests that the iPhone 5 isn’t even good enough to be, well, a copy of the Galaxy S3.” In this ad, called “It doesn’t take a genius.” you can see an comparison of software and hardware features between the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy S III which ends with “The Next Big Thing Is Already Here”. Check out the full ad after the break. » Samsung Created Anti iPhone 5 Newspaper Ad

Nov 29

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Little Printer holds a compact, inkless, thermal printer. Its zero-configuration wireless connection to the Web and lets you place it wherever you have a power outlet. Little Printer is constructed in high-gloss injected moulded plastic and the brushed steel faceplate holds the paper, framing each delivery as it prints. Little Printer has wide range of sources available to check on your behalf. Subscribe to your favourites and choose when you would like them delivered. Little Printer gathers everything it needs to prepare a neat little personalised package, printed as soon as you press the button. You can get deliveries multiple times a day, but we find once or twice works best–like your very own morning or evening newspaper. » Little Printer: Tiny Printer That Connects To The Cloud To Bring You Customized News, Weather And More

Jun 18

Apple published a new iPad 2 ad showing that the iPad is now changing the way we do just about everything, from watching a newspaper to looking at the stars. The ad shows off the Wall Street Journal, Spin magazine, The King’s Speech, FaceTime, iTunes U, the iBookstore, and Star Walk.