Road Trip 2010: When CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman takes U.S. Route 30 east, he stumbles onto Day 2 of the NFL team's training camp.
Tim Tebow's impressive overtime playoff win over the Steelers sets a new sports tweets-per-second record, blowing the women's World Cup final out of the water.
Road Trip 2010: Driving east on U.S. Route 30, CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman unexpectedly discovers Day 2 of the Pittsburgh Steelers' training camp.
Before the Steelers and Cardinals battle it out in the big game on Sunday, the NFL, NBC, and other companies deploy all kinds of technology few will ever know about or see.
In the middle of Monday Night Football, something stirred. It was paint. Colorful paint. It was a new iPhone 5C ad. Well, relatively new.
One in 10 Americans has spiraled a "like" to an NFL team on Facebook. But sadly, fair-weather fans are all too common.
The customer reviews for Madden NFL 12 in the iTunes Store are brutal. It's an open question how such a flawed game got out of Electronic Arts' design workshops.
Newly arrived online game allows football fans with a life to enjoy playing general manager with friends without poring over stat sheets. The creators call it the "next evolution" in fantasy sports.
Mike Wise, a respected sportswriter at The Washington Post, posts a made-up story on Twitter. He learns that it's unwise to toy in this way with a social-networking site.
Already popular with professional athletes, this quirky vertical training modality is making its consumer debut in a sunny beach town where appearances are everything.