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Tech that drives PGA Golf

The game of golf can look deceptively simple, but some elaborate technology is going on behind the scenes, impacting everything from the TV broadcast to the fan experience, to player performance. CNET's Kara Tsuboi shows us the tech in action.

By June 23, 2015

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How the PGA Tour uses lasers to track everything

A behind-the-scenes look at the PGA Tour.

By May 4, 2015

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Electronic Arts CEO: We're not just about sequels

The video game giant showed its first entirely new game since Andrew Wilson was named CEO in 2013. It won't be the last, he says.

By June 18, 2015

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EA E3 2015 press conference: Watch live, Monday, 1 p.m. PT

Check out a live stream of EA's press conference from E3 2015 on Monday, June 15.

By June 15, 2015

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Five ways Electronic Arts got back into the game

Getting EA's employees to change the way the video game maker did business took more than just a couple of speeches and some new rules.

By June 2, 2015

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Samsung's big CES unveil highlights a connected home

Highly anticipated Samsung product presentation focuses on interacting with your home, whether you're watching TV or washing your clothes.

By January 6, 2014

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Golf to technology: Shove it

In a landmark ruling for humanity, the powers behind golf decide they've had enough of viewers calling in to say a ball was moving when it appeared stationary to the naked eye.

By November 20, 2013

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How to self-destruct on Twitter

Golfer Lee Westwood apologizes after a series of hissing tweets at pesterers. Days before, famous porn professor and male feminist Hugo Schwyzer uses Twitter to admit he's a fraud. Why on Twitter?

By August 12, 2013

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Time Warner Cable gives CBS two options to end blackout

The cable giant offers CBS an either/or route to resolve their fee dispute and resume carriage of its network, with digital rights, online content, and TV Everywhere among the levers TWC is pulling.

By August 5, 2013

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Horrors! B-movie king Roger Corman brings films to YouTube

With over 400 films in his library, the leading B-movie maker has a plethora to offer subscribers who pay $4 a month. Among the treats? Jack Nicholson's earliest appearances.

By June 11, 2013