No, that headline isn’t wrong — Samsung has actually made a Galaxy commercial for the Super Bowl that doesn’t such. It features Knocked Up stars Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd, who play two writers pitching ideas for Samsung’s next commercial to Breaking Bad’s Bob Odenkirk.
It doesn’t mock other companies or rival devices, and it’s actually pretty hilarious. Check it out below.
Looks like Verizon was waiting until they had a device on their network that was actually running Android 4.1 before updating their NFL Mobile app. I guess that makes a bit of sense, however, they still could have pushed out Android 4.1 sooner. Back to the subject at hand: NFL Mobile.
Don’t start your fantasy without checking out these great apps.
The NFL pre-season games are almost upon us with the regular season not far behind. If you’re a fantasy football fan, that means it’s time to join a league (if you haven’t already), research and plan your draft choices, and pick the apps that you’ll use over the course of the season to track all of your key player and team stats as well as to manage your team.
The right tools can make or break a successful season. Here are some of the best apps out there for iOS and Android that can help you keep track of everything and manage your team’s lineup on the go.
Football (American Football that is) season is right around the corner, and that means it’s almost time to lay the Fantasy Football smackdown on your friends, family, an co-workers. Millions of Americans participate in one or more Fantasy Football leagues every year, and as technology moves forward, so does our ability to perfect our winning season. It seems like only yesterday I was given the ability to set my lineup via a mobile app, and to think now, my next draft may happen live, face-to-face, thanks to Google and the NFL.
Following Apple’s Google’s leap into 3D mapping technologies, Amazon has acquired a 3D mapping startup of its own. The online retail giant today sealed a deal to purchase UpNext in a move that could signal the company’s intentions to bring 3D maps to its Kindle Fire slate without any assistance from Google.
This NFL season is about to get squawky thanks to Andy Reid and his decision to sign five new free agents to the Philadelphia Eagles. At a brief press conference, Andy Reid announced the five newest players, and boy were they an Angry bunch. Newly signed Red Bird, Bomb Bird, Yellow Bird, Terrence, and The Mighty Philadelphia Eagle, are ready to crush all the swine populating the NFC East.
A couple of weeks ago, football fans received the good news: “The Super Bowl, Pro Bowl And NBC’s Wild-Card Playoff Games Will Be Streamed On Mobile Phones For The First Time.” I was excited to hear the big game would be streamed via the NFL Mobile app on Verizon, and quickly began gloating about how I’d have “the game cued up on my brilliant Samsung Galaxy Nexus.” In a bit of irony, my premature excitement was soon squashed by none other than Verizon. Apparently the Galaxy Nexus was not a supported device of the NFL Mobile app, and I was left only to hope Verizon would fix this before Super Bowl Sunday.
The NFL has announced that NBC’s broadcasts of wild card Saturday, the Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl will be available online as well as via Verizon’s NFL Mobile app. This will mark the first time said events were streamed through a mobile platform and it comes as no surprise that their partner Verizon gets the honor. Here’s what Hans Shroeder, NFL senior vice president of media strategy and development had to say about the news: