Video: Samsung's strangest anti-Apple advertisement ever

Andy Murray ends British drought



No matter. The point of this surreal ad -- tailor-made for the island nation's addressable market of 320,000 men, women and children -- is that Apple's ( AAPL ) iPhone does not. A $4.3 billion ad budget is a terrible thing to waste. The text on Samsung Iceland's YouTube entry reads, according to Google Translate: "Samsung Galaxy S4 has the pleasant feature to understand our 'beloved warmth' [i.e. our language]. Thus we can control various functions and also allow you to write e-mails and text messages by speaking to the phone in Icelandic. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2013/07/07/samsung-apple-icelandic-ad/?source=yahoo_quote







"It does make a difference. It really helps when the crowd's like that, the atmosphere is like that. Especially in a match as tough as that one, where it's extremely hot, brutal, long rallies, tough games -- they help you get through it." Said Djokovic, who famously ate blades of grass after winning Wimbledon in 2011: "The atmosphere was incredible for him. For me, not so much. But that's what I expected." Points rarely are over when they appear to be if Murray and Djokovic are involved. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://espn.go.com/tennis/wimbledon13/story/_/id/9456682/andy-murray-tops-novak-djokovic-first-wimbledon-title