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Were you planning to sit back and relax while watching Super Bowl XLVII? Think again. There’s a conspiracy afoot to get you to work during the game.
Congress is at it again, taking on another technology issue that few House and Senate members are qualified to make an informed decision about.
Despite the best efforts of some network executives, wailing by fans and posturing by some government officials, it's only a matter of time before the Super Bowl leaves broadcast television for a cable channel, most likely ESPN.
This year has already seen major sports events drawing larger-than-usual audiences. Early in 2010 the NCAA national football championship game between Alabama and Texas (played on a Thursday night) drew more than 30 million viewers, the most for the game in four years. That was more people t…
It has been well documented that the United States does not lead the world in broadband penetration. In fact, the U.S. ranks 15th worldwide. When ranked according to connection speeds, a recent report from Akamai Technologies, a very popular Web-acceleration service, shows the United States …
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