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Foot Locker – It’s Real Now #NBA #BenSimmons #KarlAnthonyTowns #DevinBooker #DAngeloRussell

After being drafted, Ben Simmons finally stars in a real Foot Locker commercial. The advice he gets from last year’s top rookies is way more real too.

Nike Basketball | Worth the wait

After years of holding its breath, Cleveland can finally breathe easy. They always knew this day would come. They just didn’t know when. A curse broken. A city can rejoice. A city can rejoice.

Apple Introduces IOS 10 - Hey Hi Hello #Apple #IOS10

With iOS 10, you will be able to do more and say more, faster, more simply, and in more expressive ways than ever before — like with a freaking fireworks display.

Honest Trailers - Zootopia #HonestTrailers #Movies

Follow along with this kids movie/noir crime thriller full of bright colors and... racial slurs? Disney and Pixar's Zootopia is the film that will teach your kids tolerance and potentially turn them into future furries!

Favorite Christmas TV Commercial of 2015: Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga Sing "Baby, It's Cold Outside."

Published on Nov 13, 2015
Our new holiday TV ad features a festive duet between Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga—two beloved music icons whose special relationship perfectly captures the spirit of the season.

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Official Call of Duty®: Black Ops III "Ember" Tease

Published on Apr 23, 2015
In the next 50 years, technological advancements will lead us into a world where only those who risk going too far, will find out how far we can actually go.

Check out the World Reveal on April 26th.

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Apple Watch Waterproof Test

Published on Apr 24, 2015
Will the Apple watch survive being submerged underwater? How waterproof is it? We put it to the test! You'll be surprised by the results! Don't forget to subscribe!

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The Netflix Watch - Experience Total Freedom - Coming Soon

Published on Apr 8, 2015
Experience total freedom with the all new Netflix Watch. Now you can view your favorite Netflix Originals directly from your wrist. Not only do you get a clear picture, quality streaming and your favorite shows and movies but it also isn't THAT inconvenient. So for a relaxing time, make it a Netflix time.

Members of the Sopranos Take Action Against an HBO Complainer

Published on Apr 8, 2015
In 2012, Jake Caputo launched, asking fans to tweet the price they’d pay for a standalone HBO streaming service.

With the help of The Sopranos’ Paulie “Walnuts” Gualtieri and Salvatore “Big Pussy” Bonpensiero, HBO introduces Jake to HBO NOW, the new standalone streaming service.

Now all you need is the internet. HBO NOW is now available on your favorite Apple devices. Start your free trial today: Visit Jake Caputo’s original site:

Apple Watch — Guided Tour: Welcome

Published on Apr 3, 2015
An introduction to the unique technologies and interactions that make using Apple Watch a new, more personal experience.

Celebrating 25 Years of Adobe Photoshop

Published on Feb 18, 2015
To celebrate the tool that has helped shape creativity, artists from all over the world contributed their most amazing dreams—and their working files with layers.

These PSDs were then animated layer by layer to create a film made in Photoshop. #Photoshop25

Lindsay Lohan is Sorta Your Mom --- esurance Super Bowl Commercial

Published on Feb 1, 2015
When it comes to the big things (like your mom or your car insurance) sorta just doesn’t cut it. Because your mom is your mom. Not sorta your mom.

Clash of Clans: Revenge (Official Super Bowl TV Commercial)

Published on Feb 1, 2015
Be careful who you attack.

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Avocados From Mexico – #FirstDraftEver Super Bowl Commercial

Published on Jan 30, 2015
Jerry Rice and Doug Flutie introduce the #FirstDraftEver during the #BigGame

Always #LikeAGirl - Super Bowl XLIX TV Commercial

Published on Jan 29, 2015
For young girls, confidence plummets during puberty and many never fully recover. Always is on an epic battle to end that by changing the meaning of the phrase #LikeAGirl from an insult to mean downright amazing things. It’s inspiring to us, knowing that our original film started to change perceptions. But that’s not enough. We need to reach more girls, women, boys and men—to spread the word big time.

Super Bowl XLIX is the perfect platform, allowing us to reach more than 100 million people, and to ask them to join our cause. Together, we can all empower our young girls, and change the meaning of #LikeAGirl to be the ultimate compliment.

Take a stand. Join our movement. Together, let’s make #LikeAGirl mean amazing things.

For the past 30 years, Always has been empowering girls globally, bringing puberty education to millions of adolescent girls. Find out more at

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SNICKERS Super Bowl Commercial - “The Brady Bunch”

Published on Jan 29, 2015
In this special episode, we find out what happens to Marcia and Jan when they’re hungry. Let’s just say it’s not pretty.
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Kim Kardashian T-Mobile 2015 Super Bowl Commercial

Published on Jan 26, 2015
Kim Kardashian West has an important message for everyone about unused data. Stop letting your carrier take back those unused megs & gigs at the end of each month. You’re missing out on so many amazing things. Like photos of Kim’s outfits. Or Kim’s vacation videos. Or even more of Kim’s outfit photos.

With T-Mobile’s DataStash™, your unused data rolls forward, for up to 12 months! And we’ll even give you a welcome gift of 10 GB of free 4G LTE data, so you can start sharing Kim’s photos immediately. It’s your data. Keep it. Qualifying service required.

2015 Budweiser Super Bowl Commercial “Lost Dog” | Budweiser #BestBuds

Published on Jan 28, 2015
Watch Budweiser’s 2015 Super Bowl XLIX commercial, "Lost Dog." #BestBuds

Music: I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) performed by Sleeping At Last

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GoDaddy’s Super Bowl XLIX 2015 Commercial Mocks Budweiser’s Lost Puppy Dog Sentimental Ad

Published on Jan 28, 2015
GoDaddy’s Super Bowl XLIX 2015 Commercial Mocks Budweiser’s lost Puppy Dog Sentimental Ad

GoDaddy Pulls Puppy Super Bowl Ad GoDaddy was going for warm and fuzzy, with a twist, this Super Bowl Sunday. But then animal rights groups got involved.

In GoDaddy's ad, which debuted Tuesday and has since been removed from the internet, Buddy, the golden retriever pup, gets bounced out of his owner's pickup truck and must make the voyage home. He gets there, only to be told that he has already been sold on the internet, with a site made from - you guessed it -

Dog lovers did not love the ad. "Whether or not this was meant to be satirical, it's offensive. Essentially, GoDaddy is encouraging private breeding/puppy mills while shelter animals wait patiently for their forever homes or worse -- to be euthanized," wrote activist Helena Yurcho, who created a petition to have the ad removed on That petition received more than 42,000 supporters in just hours so that, by Tuesday night, GoDaddy had taken down the Super Bowl spot.

"We hoped our ad would increase awareness of that cause," wrote GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving in a blog post. "However, we underestimated the emotional response. And we heard that loud and clear."

PETA was pumped. "Go Daddy's now-yanked commercial showed that anyone who sells a dog online is a callous jerk. PETA liked that about the ad," said PETA Director Colleen O'Brien in a statement. "The sale of animals online and from pet stores and breeders should be roundly condemned, and it was today." Whether you’re a football fan or not, you can’t help but love the Budweiser Super Bowl commercials. But unfortunately, they’ve become a target for a GODaddy ad this year. Take our warning now, don’t get too attached to the sweet puppy in their ad.
It looks like GoDaddy is taking a less sexual route this year with their Super Bowl ads and are going soft — or so they want you to think. The company is finding humor in toying with our emotions, along with poking fun at the use of adorable puppies in the Budweiser spots.

GoDaddy Mocks Budweiser’s Adorable Super Bowl Commercial
GoDaddy’s ad starts out with a painfully adorable puppy, Buddy, bouncing out of the bed of a truck. He tries to run after the vehicle, but fails and winds up trying to find his way back to the farm.

He runs down a dirt roads, highways and across train tracks in order to get back to his family. At one point the poor little pup is seen shivering in the cold rain.

But then he happily finds his way home, just in time to be SOLD! Not quite the happy ending we were expecting, but then again GoDaddy is known for their humorous Super Bowl spots. Nothing is off limits when it comes to GoDaddy Super Bowl Commercials.

We've seen scantily clad women, a very gross kiss between a supermodel and a chubby guy, but now GoDaddy is taking on the biggest challenge yet: puppies!

It's supposed to be a funny take on those Budweiser commercials featuring a dog and the Clydesdale horses.

In the ad, a puppy falls out of the back of a truck but manages to make it home to his owners.

But just when you think you're about to get to the "awwww" moment, GoDaddy has a twist.

"I'm so glad you made it home… because I just sold you on this website I built with," his owner said in the commercial. The puppy is then put in a van and taken away.

Some say it's funny, others say it makes fun of puppy mills, something that's not a laughing matter.

An online petition to remove the ad had more than 40,000 signatures by Tuesday evening. GoDaddy pulls its puppy Super Bowl commercial GoDaddy pulls controversial Super Bowl ad after viewers protest GoDaddy announced Tuesday night that it would be pulling a planned Super Bowl ad titled “Journey Home” from the game and replacing it with another commercial after viewers were outraged. In the ad, a puppy named Buddy falls out of the back of a truck and is separated from his family, but manages to travel through harsh conditions and find his way home. january, advertisement

“I’m so glad you made it home… because I just sold you on this website I built with”

Many viewers harshly criticized GoDaddy for promoting irresponsible breeding practices and the sale of animals. A petition to remove the ad from the Super Bowl has nearly 40,000 signatures by Tuesday evening.
GoDaddy Pulls Controversial Puppy Commercial From Super Bowl
The commercial caused outrage on social media, with many raising concerns about animal cruelty

Website-building service GoDaddy decided to pull its upcoming Super Bowl commercial and delete it from YouTube after people accused the firm of condoning the sale of puppies online.

The company issued a statement assuring the public that it had heeded their calls to nix the controversial ad, USA Today reported.