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.
In the middle of Monday Night Football, something stirred. It was paint. Colorful paint. It was a new iPhone 5C ad. Well, relatively new.
Road Trip 2010: Driving east on U.S. Route 30, CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman unexpectedly discovers Day 2 of the Pittsburgh Steelers' training camp.
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.
NASA's humanoid bot will join Howie Long on the Fox Pregame Show to predict the Super Bowl MVP.