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We selected six of the best and worst tech related ads from Super Bowl XLVII.
Super Bowl 2013 kicks off in a few hours. Here's a list of great apps to help you enjoy the game on Sunday.
Watch the 2013 Super Bowl on the iPhone with the NFL Mobile app or Slingbox to catch the big game on the small screen on 4G LTE or WiFi.
Samsung teases an ad for the "Big Game" between the "San Francisco 50 minus 1ers" and "Baltimore Black Birds."
RIM will air a Super Bowl ad for BlackBerry 10 smartphones and tablets in the U.S. and Canada. It will also sponsor Super Bowl events in New Orleans.
Apple didn't have a Super Bowl ad during 2012, but that doesn't mean Apple is caving after Seve Jobs or letting Samsung frame the discussion.
If you missed out on all the 2012 Super Bowl commercials, you didn't miss much. That said, there were a few gems including technology ads from a number of companies including Best Buy, Samsung, GoDaddy, Teleflora and several other websites that jumped into the game t...
With the Super Bowl coming, download these apps to get yourself ready. Everything from cooking apps to ways to watch the game or track ads.
Madden 12 has seen a price drop across Android and iOS, just in time for the Super Bowl.
If you want to watch the Super Bowl on the go and don't have Verizon, SlingBox comes to the rescue. Works with the iPhone, iPad & Andriod.
Samsung has unleashed a teaser for its Galaxy Note Super Bowl ad.
Verizon Wireless smartphone owners can live stream the game to their phones. No Verizon? Stream on your computer, instead.
Head into Lucas Oil Stadium to see how Verizon has prepared for Super Bowl 46 with Millions of dollars of 4G LTE upgrades in Indianapolis.
NBC has announced that it will stream the Super Bowl on its website and via Verizon's NFL Mobile App. This will be the first time that the biggest game of the professional football year will be available on Smartphone (assuming you're a Verizon customer) and via the Web...
As a nearly lifelong Green Bay Packer fan I was glued to my seat watching the Super Bowl with 40 people in my church at our party after evening services.
Motorola released a teaser for its Xoom tablet Super Bowl ad on YouTube today. This one-minute ad teaser is an attack on the iPad and Apple's famous 1984 Superbowl ad.
This Sunday is all about football, food, and commercials. Fortunately, I'll be kicking back in my recliner taking it all in. For those blessed to have tickets, though, they'll also have to contend with the normal security issues that come along with such a high prof...