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Lakers tickets? Celtics? Trust the math

SeatGeek exists to forecast how much you should pay for tickets to sold-out sports events. Now, it's branching out to help season ticket holders sell at the right price.

By May 20, 2010


NBA player Twitters during game, annoys coach

The Milwaukee Bucks' Charlie Villanueva decided to send a tweet at halftime of a game with the Boston Celtics. His coach, Scott Skiles, was not exactly impressed.

By March 18, 2009


Ubuntu pride--on the basketball court

If the Boston Celtics can now be associated with Linux, what team might want to claim Windows as its inspiration? Hmm...

By October 5, 2007


NBA star's Twitter ID crisis rebounds on him and the site

Glen "Big Baby" Davis bemoans his contract talks on his Twitter page. Then he claims it isn't is Twitter page. But could it be?

By August 8, 2009


Shaq chooses Twitter to announce retirement

Where once he might have held a press conference, now the basketball great calls it quits with a tweet and the clever use of new real-time social media tool Tout.

By June 1, 2011


NBA 2K13

NBA 2K13 is the best arcade 5-on-5 basketball game on a smartphone, and it looks pretty good. But bad controls, graphical glitches, and several other issues make the $7.99 price tag way too high.

October 4, 2012

2.5 stars Editors' rating October 4, 2012

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Reports: Ellison fails in bid for NBA's Warriors

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has reportedly lost out to a group that includes Joseph Lacob, a partner in Silicon Valley venture capital company Kleiner Perkins.

By July 15, 2010


Yahoo breach: Swiped passwords by the numbers

CNET breaks down the most commonly used passwords, from 123456 to startrek, exposed in the recent Yahoo hacking.

By July 12, 2012


Lakers victory defeats World Cup Twitter records

Sports fans have propelled Twitter to new heights, with a Japanese World Cup soccer goal leading to a peak in usage that was surpassed a few days later by an NBA basketball victory.

By June 18, 2010


Courts, coach cry foul over Twitter

Jurors using popular microblogging service to post comments have thrown some cases into question. And a coach worries that NBA player's tweet at halftime sends the wrong message.

By March 17, 2009