The new Droid Turbo is so fast that when James Franco falls off the roof at a party, he can use the Motorola phone to find the nearest safe landing, calculate the best route there and text his date to meet him at the bottom—all before he crashes through an awning into a dumpster and dusts himself off.
Santa may still be warming up his reindeer, but brands are already knee-deep in drifts of Christmas cheer. Three of our picks this week are holiday spots. The other two are incredible as well—one features Ed Norton on a wild 90-second adventure, while the other, from Pantene, makes a strong statement about sexism.
Given the actor's reputation for demanding final cut (all right, the director was notoriously insane) and distancing himself from projects he doesn't like, it makes perfect sense that if Edward Norton is going to do a commercial, it's going to be a really good commercial.
Adidas, E*Trade, Geico and Land Rover are a few of the brands that have made the biggest gains in terms of positive awareness among black teenagers and adults during the last year, per NewMediaMetrics (NMM).
Can the name “Razr” help put Motorola devices back on the must-have list? Seems like we’ll soon find out. At a New York press event Tuesday afternoon, Motorola Mobility released its newest smartphone, the Droid Razr, resurrecting the name of its 2004 hit flip phone.