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Samsung gets a lot of stick for its commercials — mostly because they almost always make cheap stabs at Apple and other rivals. But the South Korean company does have the ability to produce great ads every so often, and its latest, featuring pro surfer (and iPhone user) Kelly Slater, is downright awesome.

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In its latest ad for the Galaxy S5, Samsung has taken a direct shot at Apple for the small screen size of the iPhone.

In the ad, the company takes a potshot at all those Apple users who are excited about rumors of the next-generation iPhone coming with a bigger screen since the last two years, while a phone with a bigger and better screen is already available in the market. 

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In case you’ve forgotten that the Galaxy S5 is now on sale worldwide, Samsung’s going to provide you with some handy reminders the next time you catch a flight from Heathrow airport.

The South Korean firm is splashing out even more cash on marketing to take over Terminal 5 — the world’s busiest airport terminal — and put Galaxy S5 ads on billboards, displays, signs, and even the Heathrow website.

You literally won’t be able to take a flight from Heathrow without seeing a Galaxy S5 ad somewhere.

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Twitter advertisements promoting apps and games will now offer direct download links that make it easier and faster for users to obtain the titles that catch their eye.

Twitter teased the new feature several weeks ago and officially announced it today, but it has already been testing it with select companies, including Spotify, Deezer, and HotelTonight — so you may have already seen the new ads in your timeline.

It's not what it looks like.

It’s not what it looks like.

LG today published a new G Flex commercial on its YouTube channel, and it’s one of the strangest you’ll see for a smartphone. The two-minute video aims to showcase how the G Flex is “the most human phone ever,” but you’ll be so weirded out by the end of it that the handset itself will be the last thing on your mind.

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