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Super Bowl special effects: New cameras power 'Matrix'-style replays

The broadcast will use a record number of cameras to capture angles that put viewers in the middle of the action.

By February 4, 2016


Are men or women better packers? The MythBusters know

The hit Discovery Channel show set out to tackle the battle of the sexes--who's better at packing, driving, grilling, navigating, multi-tasking, and reading emotional cues. CNET was on hand to see how men and women fared at packing a car full of gear.

By October 10, 2011


Record-breaking NFL tweeter celebrates end of ref lockout

Green Bay Packers guard T.J. Lang sends out one more jab, a day after his infamous tweet breaks a retweet record.

By September 27, 2012


Google takes on Facebook with long Google+ TV ad

During the Packers vs. Lions Thanksgiving Day game, Google airs a 90-second ad that attempts to differentiate Google+ from that other social network. But does it confuse things further?

By November 24, 2011


Packers to cell phones: cheese off!

Packers to cell phones: cheese off!

By November 3, 2005


NFL Network vs. cable: Who's right? Who's wrong?

According to "USA Today," less than 40 percent of the United States was able to sit at home and watch as the Cowboys edged out the Packers 37 to 27.

By November 30, 2007


Webvan employees reflect

Stunned Webvan employees--many of whom were meat packers, grocery clerks, truckers, delivery agents and florists--discuss their disappointment and plans for their futures.

By July 9, 2001


Workers bitter, bittersweet as Webvan folds

Webvan attracted a more pedestrian lot than most start-ups: Meat packers, grocery store distribution clerks, truckers, delivery agents and florists wound up jobless.

July 9, 2001


High tech to score at Super Bowl

Technology will be in the limelight this weekend when the Green Bay Packers and the Denver Broncos play Super Bowl XXXII.

January 23, 1998


Netscape's IE killer needs a spell-checker

Another rivalry, one even hotter than the Packers-49ers, heated up this week, in the form of a floating window that pops up when you visit the Netscape home page with Internet Explorer 4.0.

January 12, 1998