The Super Bowl isn't just about football and snacks.
Most people watching the Super Bowl are watching it for the sport. That said, a significant number are watching it for the commercials. With so many people tuning in to watch the game, companies have an opportunity to access and advertise to millions of people. As a result, the ads aired during the Super Bowl are usually pretty different to anything you'd normally see on TV.
Though the types of companies pitching products to viewers during the big game spans many industries, as tech geeks, we are most interested in the tech companies that have forked over the big bucks for Super Bowl air time. Here are our favourite tech ads from last night's game:
Best Buy pages homage to the people who created the apps and smartphone technology we use everyday:
Samsung continues to poke fun at Apple and its die-hard fans:
Hulu uses Gob (okay, fine, Will Arnett) to plug Hulu+:
E*Trade reminds us that babies are very expensive:
Telflora isn't beating around the bush with this one:
Creepy, Cars.com, creepy: