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Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum goes back to the future with a new political ad based on Apple's famous 1984 Superbowl commercial.
Silicon Valley startup Saygent crunches survey data and finds that picks for the big game may differ by political affiliation.
As the Giants battle the Patriots on Sunday, viewers have dozens of ways to keep up with the game--by live streaming, watching on cell phones, or subscribing to apps and social-media feeds.
With the season just a week away, NFL players (and even coaches) are beginning to express their view that fantasy football is changing the game. And not necessarily in a good way.
The custom-made arcade unit from Dream Arcades lets you game and guzzle at the same time.
New Groupon Now service is designed to get people to do more impulsive commerce, including bowling and dental hygiene.
Twitter says about 4,000 tweets per second carried news of Osama bin Laden's death Sunday night. That's a lot, but New Year's Eve in Japan sparked more.
Mapquest introduced Superbowl themed GPS that transforms turn-by-turn into play-by-play directions.
AOL joins forces with the Huffington Post, and let's face it, AOL needs all the help can get. While Donald is a little scared. Motorola's Xoom is $799 and it looks like you'll still have to pay to unlock Wi-Fi. Seriously. Plus we talk about our favorite Superbowl ads from the tech world.
Sure, CNET users love to check out our top products lists. But heading into Superbowl weekend, here's a look at some popular TVs that readers have their eyes on that we didn't review.