Tag: ConanObrien

Conan O'Brien on Apple's growing iPad lineup

Conan O'Brien is back again with another Apple parody, poking fun at Apple's growing lineup of iPads. He mocks Apple's talking head-style promotional videos that mix product shots with brief statements by Apple's designers and engineers. In the clip, Team Coco adds several models to accompany t...

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Conan O'Brien knows why you want an iPad mini

Conan O'Brien's team seems to know just why you'll buy an iPad mini in this short, cynical, but still pretty funny play on Apple's iPad mini ad. ...

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Conan's intern runs into iPhone 5 trouble

Conan O'Brien is back with yet another Apple-themed comedy sketch. He's made fun of Siri, the iPad's Retina display and now the iPhone 5. In this latest short, Conan gives us an exclusive look at the iPhone 5 in a presentation that is cut short by a surprise guest. You can watch the clip in the...

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Conan: Droll "Samsung response" to Apple claims of design theft

Thanks to a headsup from our friends over at Team Coco, we have a sneak peek at a fun clip from tonight's Conan O'Brien show. This is a video "released by a Samsung VP" showing how Samsung products are completely different from those made by Apple, proving the lawsuit is ridiculous. I can't wai...

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Conan O'Brien pokes fun at iPad Retina display

Comedian and TBS late night fixture Conan O'Brien wasted no time last week in poking fun at the new iPad. In this short video piece -- which borrows from the video shown during the Apple Event last week -- O'Brien points out just how "stunning" the Retina display is on the new device. Everything l...

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Conan O'Brien pokes fun at Siri

Siri is quickly becoming everyone's favorite personal assistant. It helps you navigate, sends messages on your behalf and provides quirky answers to life's most difficult questions like "Where do I hide a dead body?" Siri's capacity for juvenile amusement was not lost on Conan O'Brien who used ...

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Conan O'Brien parodies iPhone 5 "loss"

Whether or not a prototype iPhone 5 was actually stolen from a San Francisco bar, the story has caused a media stir as anticipation for the handset rises. Combine that with the story of the pre-release iPhone 4 that disappeared in a California bar last year, and you've got a story ripe for parody....

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iDea: A new Apple product courtesy of TeamCoco

With RIM promising that the BlackBerry PlayBook is going to be an "iPad killer" (yeah, right), what do the geniuses in Cupertino have in the queue to make everyone else play catch-up again? According to the highly authoritative tech news source TeamCoco, spearheaded by none other than Conan O'B...

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Conan O'Brien pokes fun at iPad 2

Conan O'Brien takes on the iPad 2 with an amusing parody that pokes fun at the slick video presentations that peppered Apple's iPad 2 announcement and its reality distortion field. The video is located after the break for your viewing pleasure. Just a note for iOS users, the clip is hosted on C...

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iPhone 4 Launch: CoCo drops in on the Apple Store line

It's New York City, people; deposed late-night talk show hosts are always walking around looking for a good time. Yes, the 5th Avenue Apple Store iPhone 4 line is officially on Team CoCo now after a brief visit from Conan O'Brien, captured here by reader Matthew Redmond. More pics from the waitin...

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Some things we may not see again from Apple

Conan O'Brien once had a recurring segment on Late Night called "Guests We Won't Have Back," during which he would look back at guests (who were fake) that he regretted having on the show. There was bug expert Sara Wiggins, who ate a live beetle in front of the camera. And there was wine expert Cha...

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Send tweets automatically during a Keynote presentation with Keynote Tweet

Imagine if, as Steve Jobs moves through each slide of his Keynote presentation, he also has the telepathic powers to automatically tweet information related to the slide. But even the almighty Steve Jobs can't do that. Fortunately for him, there's Keynote Tweet. An open source AppleScript app, Keyn...

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