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Samsung hat viel Geld dafür ausgegeben, sich über das iPhone und seine Fans lustig zu machen – gerade so wie es Apple zuvor mit Microsoft gemacht hat. Die Werbung kam gut an.

Der für die Werbespots Verantwortliche arbeitet nun für Google – und Samsungs neuster Spot, der während des Super Bowls in den USA ausgestrahlt wurde, erwähnt Apple gar nicht.

Hier ist Samsungs Apple-freier Super-Bowl-Spot:

Meine Meinung: Die Stars des Spots – die drei US-Comedians Bob Odenkirk, Seth Rogen und Paul Rudd – geben eine super Figur ab. Noch besser sind sie allerdings, wenn sie nicht für einen Sponsor werben.

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  • [image]carlo allegri/Reuters

    Photos of the Day: Dec. 21

    In photos picked Sunday by Wall Street Journal editors, women hug at a memorial for two police officers killed in New York, men try to keep warm during a cold spell in Allahabad, India, families mourn eight stabbing deaths in Cairns, Australia, and more.

  • [image]Chaideer Mahyuddin/AFP/Getty Images

    The Power of the Wave

    In Banda Aceh, the 2004 tsunami wiped out whole villages and deposited a floating power plant on land

  • [image]PetSmart

    See a Guinea Pig in a Holiday Stole and More

    Dogs and cats have long been showered with toys and treats for Christmas. Now other types of animals are being included in holiday festivities, with apparel for a range of small pets.

  • [image]Ilyas Sheikh/European Pressphoto Agency

    Prayers and Protests Follow Attack in Pakistan

    Protests, prayers and vigils spread from Pakistan to Nepal and India in reaction to news of the attack at the army-run school in Peshawar, Pakistan, that resulted in 132 children and nine school staff being killed.

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    Rue du Château 27

    Attalens,

    7,651,363 20 Bedrooms, 11 Baths

    This property will enchant lovers of authenticity. It enjoys a beautiful situation with a view in a quiet...

    More Details »

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