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With the NFL regular season starting tonight, Microsoft reminds consumers that the Xbox One is capable of much more than playing games.
Guest Post Brands that want to connect with this engaged, male-centric audience must work mobile marketing into their gameplans.
Editor’s Pick Microsoft has equipped its tablets with software from eClinical that helps tracks injuries and head trauma.
The Xbox 360 and Xbox One have new ways for you to dig into your fantasy football teams, pro football, and other sports.
With Microsoft’s introduction of the new entertainment watching experience through its new Xbox One console, one of the biggest winners will obviously be for those that love live sports.
At first glance, it may seem odd that Netflix chose to premiere its first huge original show House of Cards today, leading into Super Bowl weekend.
Going to the Super Bowl this year? You should consider leaving that Wi-Fi camera at home. The NFL is checking any devices that could interfere with its first commercial Wi-Fi network catering to anyone in the Superdome on Sunday.
Want to improve your 2013 Super Bowl experience? We’ve devised a comprehensive game day guide for football fans and all their apathetic friends and family members.
You can get all sorts of data on fantasy football players with the SAP dashboard.
Lowell McAdam reflects on how fast wireless networks can help society, and puts money down to prove it.
Microsoft’s Xbox team and the NFL have joined forces to make America healthier and reduce childhood obesity. One of the incentives is an actual NFL star friending a kid on Facebook and giving him or her a “social autograph,” which kids can then share with their friends.
DirecTV and Sony have come to a new agreement to bring the NFL Sunday Ticket programming package to PlayStation 3 owners this season.
The next time a nefarious organization wants to keep people off the Internet, it would do well to engineer its own championship professional football game.
For the first time ever, NBC and the National Football League have agreed to live stream the Super Bowl online and on mobile phones in February, the two organizations announced today.