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Ads for the World’s Greatest Baby Stroller Suddenly Sell Something Else Entirely

Does your baby need a stroller that comes with 4-by-4 suspension, a sandbox, a holographic projector and a bubble machine? In our tech-crazed society, where everyone grows up to be an astronaut or coder, such a contraption—dubbed the "Latot" in ads from The Martin Agency—seems like a quasi-reasonable proposition. (WeeBabe would sell out of them in 15 minutes.) Alas, it isn't real. It's the central gimmick in an amusing parody campaign for an entirely different type of consumer service, one that has nothing to do with babies.

These Are the Digital Trends Everyone in Tech and Advertising Needs to Know

One of the most-watched digital reports of the year is out—Mary Meeker's Internet Trends—and it shows just how much room mobile advertising has to grow.

Here’s Why AOL Is Poised to Take On Facebook and Google

What do you get when you combine the one-time champion of dial-up and the current wireless subscription leader? You get an advertising technology player that could compete more closely with Facebook and Google, according to top industry leaders.

Is This the Happiest and Most Colorful Mobile-Phone Campaign Ever?

Canadian mobile carrier Koodo doesn't needlessly complicate things in this new campaign from Toronto agency Camp Jefferson. Portraying itself as a company that's fair and honest, and makes lots of people happy, Koodo is using the line "Choosy Happy." And the ads simply try to capture the idea of happiness in ways that are giddy, cute, surreal and fun.

Ad of the Day: Virgin Mobile’s New Campaign Is the Ultimate Rickroll

The sudden appearance of Rick Astley usually means you've been duped. But 180LA and Virgin Mobile now want it to communicate the opposite.

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: The Internet Now Has the Referee It Needs

In his early evening keynote appearance at Mobile World Congress on Tuesday, Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler essentially continued his victory lap five days after his agency

The Winners and Losers in the FCC Ruling for Net Neutrality

In a historic decision today, the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 in favor of net neutrality by preventing broadband providers from throttling high-traffic services like Netflix.

Super Bowl Ad Tracker: Everything You Need to Know About 2015’s Big Game

Welcome to Adweek's 2015 Super Bowl Ad Tracker, a frequently updated roster of the brands and agencies taking part in the year's biggest advertising event.

More Top Media Publications Trust Programmatic For Premium Ad Inventory

More top publishers are opting into programmatic ad networks to sell premium advertising. Varick Media Management recently signed deals with Time Inc., News Corp., American Media Inc. and Wenner Media and will help them sell ad units that feature photography, videos and other types of media for their websites.

Will Dish’s AutoHop Die by Inches After the CBS Deal?

Maybe the most interesting facet of CBS' deal with Dish Network, finally reached on Saturday morning after CBS was blacked out on the company's systems Friday evening, is its exemption from AutoHop. You can't skip ads anymore on The Big Bang Theory, folks. On the bright side, CBS is no longer suing Dish over the technology.