Twitter's Super Bowl touchdown

Twitter was the star of the 2013 Super Bowl ads -- both on air and off. And a new gadget could let football coaches know if their players have been hit too hard during a game.

Monday's CNET Update ran out of dip:


Today's tech news roundup centers around the Super Bowl:

- Twitter tops in Super Bowl commercial mentions

- How Oreo's blackout tweet won the Super Bowl

- BlackBerry's marketing chief explains the Z10 Super Bowl commercial

- Helmet sensor warns of concussion risk via phone app

- Android malware uses your PC's own mic to record you

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