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Topic: Telecom

Verizon robot signal towers take over world

Wow, this Verizon ad from mcgarrybowen suggests the company's signal towers are basically Murphy beds, just popping out of everything. The spot is part of the carrier's new "Rule…

Droid teaser spots worth keeping an eye on

True to form, the new ad for the Motorola Droid X is long on aesthetics and short on information. The teaser is 15 seconds long and just shows a…

Microsoft's Kin ponders nature of friendship

Microsoft has created a series of webisodes for its Kin social-networking cell phone. They're meant to test friendships. And by "friendship," I mean the new definition of it that…

Palm ads improve just in time for sale to HP

Just as the future of both Modernista! and Palm seemed in doubt, a strange thing happened: They started putting out some pretty good ads together. Palm had reportedly been…

AT&T rethinks everything in new BBDO ads

AT&T has halted its Luke-Wilson-led charge against Verizon and now wants us all to "Rethink possible." The new campaign, from BBDO, is rather scattered, with no repeat characters, theme…

Anal sex not great theme for B2B phone ads

Random sodomy references are rare in B2B advertising, but it happens once in a while. This time, a British company promised to keep people from hacking into your business…

Palm: a victim of bad ads or a bad product?

With Palm reportedly shopping around for a new agency, the obvious assumption is that the client was unimpressed with Modernista!'s surreal campaign starring an ethereal ingenue on a hill.…

Pelephone's utopia fantastical but a bit loud

This impressive, fantastical Israeli ad from BBR Saatchi & Saatchi for Pelephone's Musix mobile-music service makes the "Got milk?" Mootopia look like Cleveland. Visual cues include Dr. Seuss,…

Perks dizzying in Fallon's new Orange spots

There's some really funky camerwork going on in these two new Fallon ads for European telecom Orange, posted after the jump. Combined with the fluid editing and sharp…

Life without Boost Mobile hard for dog-boys

Kids are soft these days. Case in point: 180/LA's latest "Unwrong'd" spot for Boost Mobile (posted below), which shows a youngster who travels inside a pet cage so…

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