Remember our good friends at that Taiwanese news video production company who created animated videos for the iPhone 4, Tiger Woods and WikiLeaks? Yeah, these minute-long Taiwanese animations are super interesting to watch since they illustrate the news into funny videos while telling us what actually happened. We have brought you lots of animated news in 2010, and now we will conclude the 10 most awesome animated news of 2010. Sit back and enjoy.
In this animation, you get to watch Steve Jobs becoming an evil man who forces Jason Chen (great man from Gizmodo) to hand over the iPhone 4 prototype, and cutting off customer’s fingers to show the right way to hold an iPhone 4. Oh, there are also Foxconn workers jumping off the building.
There were lots of internet rumors saying that Justin Bieber survive a car crash, visit an STD clinic, dance with Kim Jong Il and get beaten up by the Jonas Brothers. This animation illustrated everything, and you may also check out another animation illustrating a 12-year-old boy accusing Justin of assault during a fierce game of laser tag.
This animation illustrates one of the most discussed story in the gadget world — HP CEO Mark Hurd resigned after news broke of a sexual harassment complaint and allegations of expense fraud. So, you get to see the former HP CEO’s accuser (and softcore porn actress) Jodie Fisher in this animation. Pretty nice.
We know Google, we love them because they are not evil. However, lots of people around the world have been complaining about the Google Street View, since the company over their use of Street View cars to illicitly gather Wi-Fi network information, including passwords. So, this animation shows the transformation from Google’s “Don’t Be Evil” origins, to current-day Google, where the founders high-five each other in their private plane, strike devils with the devil (Verizon) and snap photos of primates emerging from sex shops. You got to click in to watch it.
Manchester United and England footballer Wayne Rooney is not only an outstanding striker, he is also a charming playboy, maybe. There are news saying that Rooney had a threesome with ladies, visiting his grandmother for some pleasure, and all the England fans are worried that these bad news may affect Rooney’s performance on future matches. Well, we have some animations here simulating this scandal, sorry, Rooney fans.
I bet you heard a story about Steve Jobs getting stopped at the Kansai Airport (Japan), after security found ninja stars in his carry-on luggage. Steve got pissed-off and we get to see the situation in this animation, and don’t miss the extended version!
Next Media Animation condensed the Facebook movie The Social Network into two minutes—but that’s just long enough to scare us witless with animated scenes of Zuckerberg shagging. Priscilla, please don’t watch this.
You must watch this animation to catch up on most of the news on WikiLeaks and Julian Assange.
GOD, this is entertaining. The Taiwanese animators have created this video clip which will show you Mark Zuckerberg’s holiday trip to China. And he got beaten up by his lovely girlfriend.
Since Apple removed a WikiLeaks app from the App Store and joined the shameful ranks of U.S. companies that oppose press freedom, here’s an animation showing Jobs kicking WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange out of the App Store. He returns to hug other companies that have tried to privately censor WikiLeaks (Amazon, PayPal, Visa and Bank of America etc.). Then, WikiLeaks App goes into Android Market.
2010 was a great year for the awesome animated news produced by Next Media, and these are some of our favorite animated news. Hope you like it and we will continue to bring you more interesting animations in 2011!
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