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Most Creative Gadget Commercials of All-Time

Written on August 03, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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GADG collated the best and most creative gadget commercials, showcasing their features in many convincing ways.

Technology is evolving really fast these days, and that means you need to be kept updated on the latest gadgets and inventions that are hitting the market lately. Today, there are a huge array of cool gadgets being launched, such as tablets, smartphones, and Androids. And perhaps the best way to keep in touch with those anticipated products is through watching commercials and looking at print advertisements.

In this article, GADG collected the best and most creative gadget ads of all time. Enjoy watching the videos after the jump!

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Samsung Galaxy S I9000 Gingerbread Update Resumes

Written on May 24, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Samsung is giving its Galaxy S I9000 subscribers a sweet treat, as the company resumes its Gingerbread software update anew.

The Samsung Galaxy S owners are in for some good news, as the company pushes its Android 2.3 Gingerbread update afresh. It should be recalled that the company first released the software update through Samsung Kies last March, but was pulled out due to undisclosed issues. However, rumors had it that bug problems were the cause of the delay.

The Android 2.3 update is currently available for UK, though it might take a little longer for other carriers. The Gingerbread is expected to improve Samsung Galaxy S’ performance, decrease battery drain and provide some usability tweaks. When this software update comes out smoothly, Samsung Galaxy S owners will definitely enjoy.

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Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab Officialy Gets Gingerbread

Written on May 17, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Finally! Samsung's Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab will have a taste of Android's Gingerbread update.

Samsung has come up with an official statement, announcing that their Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab will get an Android 2.3 update. In addition to these, Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Gio, Galaxy Mini and Galaxy Fit will also get the Gingerbread. Highly anticipated since March, the Android 2.3 update promises better performance with its lower CPU consumption rate and enhanced 3D graphics.

The release of the Gingerbread update to the said devices will begin on mid-May in the UK and Nordic Countries. Then it will proceed to Asia, Africa and North America. And if the mentioned schedule is to be trusted, Samsung owners could see the update in the coming days.

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Samsung Galaxy S II is Now Out to Take Over the World

Written on April 28, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Get ready to have your universe turned upside down with the super fast Samsung Galaxy S II.

With the Samsung Galaxy S having as much as 10 million sales to date, one must wonder if the Samsung Galaxy S II phone is capable of pulling off a similar, if not better feat. Well, it looks like Samsung denizens are about to find out, as the next generation phone of Samsung is now […]

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Samsung Galaxy S II Benchmark Records Incredible Speed

Written on April 14, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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The 1.2GHz-powered Samsung Galaxy S II proved to be too much of a competition to other Android phones, and here are the numbers to prove it.

The numbers are in, and Samsung’s 1.2GHz-powered Galaxy S II banked in an impressive performance in its first benchmark that definitely blew the competition away. Of course, the phone owes it to its speedy dual-core Exynos CPU, which managed to hit a 3,053 in Quadrant. And even though it’s similarly specked with the HTC Sensation, the Galaxy S II was on a league of its own. Galaxy S II’s score almost tripled what the Galaxy S had.

The scores do not necessarily reflect actual user-experience though, and will most likely vary. Let’s just hope these results won’t hype consumers too much and then be let down from what they expect. Hit the break to see the complete chart.

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Samsung Galaxy S, Set for an Evolution?

Written on January 20, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Samsung Unpacked says that "Evolution is fate". That said, will Samsung Galaxy S have an iteration before the MWC 2011?

The intention of Samsung to bring Galaxy S’ successor at MWC 2011 is a no brainer. However, the company is hyping up the machine with an update to its Samsung Unpacked website. Samsung has placed its best-selling Android smartphone beside a message that says “Evolution is fate”.

It seems like Samsung is having a play with words here, the same way LG did with its Revolution handset. Does this mean that the next Samsung Galaxy mobile device will have a built-in Long Term Evolution? If that will be the case, then LTE plus the promised dual-core chip inside will outshine the Infuse 4G!

Mark your calendars because the next dose of Samsung Galaxy S teasing will kick off on February 1.

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Optimus One and Galaxy S: No Gingerbread Update Yet

Written on December 10, 2010 by Adam Eve

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After HTC comes LG and Samsung. The update can't help but ask: Will Optimus One and Galaxy S receive Gingerbread iteration? Well, the company is yet to decide about it.

As Android 2.3 Gingerbread comes out in the wild, the update mess is back again! It was last Wednesday when LG announced on its Facebook Page that the Optimus One will not be updated to Gingerbread due to its 600MHz processor. However, LG posted an official statement on their website that the information on Facebook was premature. Moreover, the fate of Optimus One is yet to be decided until the official Gingerbread Compatibility Definition Document arrives.

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CyanogenMod 6.0 Now Up for Grabs

Written on August 30, 2010 by Adam Eve

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CyanogenMod-6.0 is hitting the mirrors right now! This first stable release based on Android 2.2 gets their target list of devices. Be amazed at what this project has become and the community that has developed around it. It’s only just getting started.

If you are one of the many owners of a Froyo-based Android phone, then you might want to check out Cyanogen’s version 6.0. This unbeatable combination of Froyo and Cyanogen is the first ROM management system that is fully based on the mobile platform. It can increase your device’s speed and battery life insanely, plus more perks for your Android phone. So if you’re using Nexus One, Aria, Dream/Magic, Galaxy S phones, Droid and Droid Incredible, Slide, Hero, Evo and Desire, head over to the CyanogenMod Forum and get their latest software for free.

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The Verdict for Samsung Galaxy S Phones

Written on August 02, 2010 by Adam Eve

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Samsung is making its way to the smartphone battle arena with its T-Mobile Vibrant and AT&T Captivate. Read on to see if the Galaxy S mobiles is up for the competition.

Samsung is paving its way with its new Android-based Galaxy S smartphones. Leaving aside the single-carrier trend of most Android devices, Samsung is releasing a version of the Galaxy S for each of the four major carriers. The Galaxy S has been released for T-mobile as Vibrant and AT&T as Captivate. Sprint’s Epic 4G and Verizon’s Fascinate will be getting their versions of the new smartphone soon. Droid X, HTC Evo 4G and the rumored Droid 2 are not the only players in town, as the Korean electronics giant gave the forerunners a heavy competition.

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Samsung Galaxy Phones: The Next iPhone Rivals

Written on July 27, 2010 by Adam Eve

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The war started between Apple's iPhone and Google's Android. But summer will be hotter with Samsung's Galaxy S phones. Who will be crowned as the best smartphone in the world?

The war of super smartphones continues to heat up, and at the moment, the war is just between Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android. These hand-held computers, typically costs around $200, are things most consumers crave for despite the weak economy. In fact, Apple and HTC is struggling to meet the demands of the consumers.

Now, Samsung will be shipping out an impressive new line of iPhone competitors that run on Android – the Galaxy S Series. Samsung even managed to get all four top US wireless carriers to start selling them this summer.

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