Microsoft is taking the smartphone wars very seriously, as the company continues to aggressively market it's Windows Phones against Apple's iPhone. The company has released a series of commercials spoofing Apple's voice-assisted Siri app against Windows' own personal assistant app named Cortana.
What's the Song?
Kmart has released a hilarious and unique new ad titled 'Shop Like a Boss' in order to market the retailer's Pay in Store program.
If you watched network TV at any point this year, it was hard to miss seeing one of Sprint's "Framily" plans with their made-up "framily" titled The Frobinsons. The Frobinsons were a cast of random characters that were put together to represent the flexibility of Sprint's Framily service, which was introduced in early 2014.
Apple is no stranger to introducing new and unique bands via their commercials for their many product lines. As part of their latest "Life is Verse" campaign for the iPad Air, the company features an electronic band from China named Yaoband.
There's something "electric" about the Kia Motors' all-new Kia Soul vehicle for 2015.
It's a 'Party' in the 2014 Toyota RAV4 commercial! What's the song?
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YouTube's 'Proud to Play' commercial is an uplifting, inspiring ad set to celebrate all of the proud gay and lesbian athletes who have come out over the years, including Olympian Tom Daley, football star Michael Sam and NBA player Jason Collins. As the commercial infuses motivational clips of superstar athletes with heartwarming speeches from Nelson Mandela and President Obama, familiar notes from a certain anthemic track play in the background. What's the song?
The 2014 Google Play 'Play Your Heart Out' commercial is basically the best thing ever, teasing all of our favorite movies ('Clueless' and 'Space Jam,' anyone?) and artists (Katy Perry, Disclosure, and Blake Shelton, just to name a few) -- plus so much more. The commercial may only last 30 seconds, but it instantly makes us want to watch everything ever on Google Play -- a feeling that only intensifies with every beat of the jazzy, electronic background song. What is it?