Oh now! GoDaddy is getting rid of the sexy girls in their advertising and brings in a action movie relict instead. The new GoDaddy Commercial featuring Jean-Claude Van Damme is though very funny. Watch it below.
ISP GoDaddy has been known for years for their college humor commercials starring scantily glad women. Especially the Go Daddy Super Bowl Ads have allays played with slightly inappropriate nudity or sex scenes. Last year GoDaddy had a nerd (Jesse Heiman) kiss supermodel Bar Refaeli. GoDaddy was able to drive massive traffic to their sites with cliff hangers and extended web only version that promised to reveal more skin. These ads might be history.
According to this New York Times report, the new Van Damme ad is not just a one off and a major shift in how GoDaddy is going to present itself. GoDaddy is focusing on small businesses with the funny Jean-Claude Van Damme ads. Watch the first one below. It is pretty funny, but definitely not sexy. It is unclear if Go Daddy is dropping the Go Daddy girls all together including Danica Patrick.
Apple Incorporated is being sued yet again by Smartflash over patent usage. Already Smartflash won $532.9 Million in a lawsuit against Apple and now it is accusing it of reusing the concerned patent after winning the first court case.
Assassin’s Creed Unity was one of the most anticipated games for the past year. The game enthusiasts had waited for more than a year for the game to come out. The game which was part of the original Assassin’s Creed series came out and proved to be an amazing hit of the year.
The console and PC version of the game was amazing, but most of the players missed their game while they were away from their consoles and PC’s. To cover this gap which people used to spend away from the game, the developers came up with an awesome companion app.
The Assassin’s Creed Unity Companion app is specially designed so that you have a permanent link to the Assassin’s Creed Unity always ready in your pocket. The companion app offers you an amazing 3D view of Paris from the original game; you could plan your missions and while doing so, complete many side quests present in the app. You will also get chance to study the city in detail so that going through the game is much easier.
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