Technically Incorrect: Two Microsoft ads running during the Super Bowl offer warm feelings and an original voiceover from a famous rapper, voicing the speeches of Microsoft's CEO.
Technically Incorrect: The "Taken" star reprises his now famous role in order to threaten a fellow "Clash of Clans" gamer in the middle of a coffee shop.
Technically Incorrect: Mobile phone charger company Mophie might just get a few hearts racing during the Super Bowl with its apocalyptic joy.
Technically Incorrect: For the Super Bowl, T-Mobile teases that it's not just using the humor of Kim Kardashian. There are actual comedians, too.
Those of you watching Sunday's half-time show will be able to buy Perry paraphernalia in the moment across social media and connected devices.
There's no better way to make a good impression than with a memorable Super Bowl ad, and the two carriers figure to make headway against bigger spenders Verizon Wireless and AT&T.
An automation and assembly equipment manufacturer finds itself in a Super Bowl beer ad. And a very funny one too.
For the first time ever, the biggest day in sports will be lit entirely with high-efficiency LED fixtures.
Facebook will target users with real-time ads during the big game and the FAA warns against flying drones near the stadium on Sunday. Perhaps the next Super Bowl will unleash drones to hunt down drones.
Facebook will target users with real-time ads during the biggame and the FAA warns against flying drones near the stadium on Sunday. Perhaps the next Super Bowl will unleash drones to hunt down drones.