Super Bowl 2010 Ads Geeks Should Not Miss This Super Bowl Sunday

Posted: Feb 4 2010, 2:10pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:17pm CDT, in News | Super Bowl


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The lineup of Super Bowl 2010 Commercials is known by now. This year several technology companies forked over close to $3m to air a Super Bowl commercial.
Some, like webhosting company GoDaddy, do this now since a couple of years and it paid off big for them.
Others, like EA and Flo TV, are first timers and Intel has been absent of over a decade.
Qualcomm's Flo TV, a portable digital TV and service, run even two Super Bowl ads. Intel bets on geek humor to promote the new Intel Core CPU 2010 lineup. EA is promoting the new Dante's Inferno at the Super Bowl 2010.

GoDaddy aims to get us all online on their site again after watching their teasing and sexy Super Bowl 2010 ads.
Motorola is very secretive about their Super Bowl 2010 ad and only revealed a short video showing a bath room with a filled bath tube. The Motorola Super Bowl ad promotes Motoblur. That is all we know.
Finally Boost Mobile goes retro with the Super Bowl shuffle to expand their customer base to older demographics.
Explore all Must See Super Bowl 2010 Ads for Geeks.

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