[citation][nom]warmon6[/nom]While i agree the word of should be there, i think this is one of those times where there not enough characters to fit in the title. If that's the case then i would of put something like, "Samsung makes fun of the super bowl in commercial" as "new" should be self implied. Basically, I'm saying if your mentioning commercial here, (unless stating other wise) everyone on tom's should guess it's a new commercial.[/citation]
If the missing word is an issue of not having enough characters to fit it in. Then simply change the title to "Samsung makes fun of the Super Bowl." Let people find out the article is talking about a commercial when they click on it. You get a title that makes sense and it gets clicks because it makes people curious.
The article content does not appear to relate to the commercial, unless the article writer is being obliquely witty by pretending to be deliberately oblivious to the obvious.The advert is nothing to do with the Super Bowl or its commercialisation. It's a reference to black rectangles with rounded corners.
[citation][nom]Fancarolina[/nom]Please read the title out loud to yourself when proofreading."Samsung Makes Fun the Super Bowl in New Commercial" Somehow I think your missing the word "of."[/citation]
oh and besides apple already patented the phrase "Samsung Makes Fun of the Super Bowl in New Commercial"