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Microsoft goes Moneyball to pummel iPad yet again

In its latest anti-iPad ad, Microsoft gives us two baseball scouts. One can multitask on his tablet. The other has an iPad.

By July 9, 2013


Missile tracking cameras: The NBA's Moneyball data mine

Tiny little cameras, first used by the military, are following every move of every player on the court. But what if this principle were used in other professions too?

By June 21, 2012


Can the Smurfs help UltraViolet kill off the DVD?

This story incorrectly stated the date when UV versions of "Moneyball" will be made available. They will be offered with the Blu-ray release on January 10.

By December 5, 2011


Facebook score a bargain with $16B acquisition of WhatsApp?

The popular messaging app is larger and growing faster than Facebook's closest rival, Twitter, which has a higher market cap.

By February 19, 2014


Comcast Xfinity app now lets you download movies for offline viewing

The newly updated Xfinity TV Player for Android and iOS lets you download content from four networks. "Homeland" to go, anyone?

By November 21, 2012


Steve Jobs movie to be penned by Social Network scribe

Aaron Sorkin, the acclaimed writer behind The Social Network, will be writing Sony's film about Steve Jobs.

By May 16, 2012


'Steve Jobs' biography to become Aaron Sorkin movie

It's official: Walter Isaacson's bio on the Apple co-founder is to be adapted into a movie with the screenplay written by Academy Award-winning writer for "The Social Network," Aaron Sorkin.

By May 15, 2012


The Social Network's writer to pen Steve Jobs movie?

Sony has the rights to the Steve Jobs movie, and now Aaron Sorkin, the writer of The Social Network, might pen the screenplay.

By October 25, 2011


Facebook's Zuckerberg racks up followers on Pinterest

With profiles on Twitter and Google+ already, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg adds the social network Pinterest to his cache.

By February 15, 2012


Get a $5 Amazon Instant Video credit when you register a compatible device

Doesn't matter if it's a Roku box, Blu-ray player, or app-powered TV. Just link it to your Amazon count and presto: five bucks to blow on video.

By January 16, 2012