In light of BlackBerry's odd attempt to win back our hearts, I thought it would be a good chance to take a look back tech companies shameful attempts to get us singing along to their beat.
"Rockin' Our Sales" by Microsoft
As many of you will know, Microsoft had a tough time with the launch of Windows Vista back in 2007. Countless problems and performance issues left a bad taste in users mouths. Microsoft sort to fix these issues with the release of Service Pack 1. To celebrate the release, Microsoft developers produced a music video about how great Vista now is.
"Girls' Generation Visual Dreams" by Intel
Thankfully, Intel chose not to use their employees from their music track. Instead opted for a South Korean girl band called "Girls' Generation", the results are not much better.
"Welcome to Google" by Google New York
This Rap music track was not signed off by Google executives, instead a Google employee called Fink from the New York office rapped about how much he loved Google. Even the creative freedom at Google can not help this Rap music track.
"Keep on Loving You" by BlackBerry
Prior to the launch of BlackBerry 10, BlackBerry employees decided to express its love to its app developers that they still love you though music. While RIM employees produced a fairly high quality music track and video compared to previous attempts, it won few hearts.
"At Last" by BlackBerry
BlackBerry couldn't resist producing another music track. Shortly after the launch of BlackBerry 10, the developers produced another track to say thanks to all its fans and how great BlackBerry 10.