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This weekend, Microsoft is joining in the Super Bowl XLVIII fray as a way to help promote their Xbox One console with free rides in Manhattan along with a NFL Shop deal for Surface Pro and Pro 2.
Microsoft has revealed what it will use its recently acquired "Tailgaming" trademark for as it helps promotes an Xbox One-themed contest that gives people a chance to win a Super Bowl XLVIII trip.
The New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady admitted this week he viewed the 2011 Super Bowl via a web site that illegally streamed video from the NFL's championship game.
The US government shut down 307 web sites this week in a new operation that targeted sites that sold pirated NFL merchandise along with sites that illegally streamed pro football telecasts.
Verizon Wireless is preparing to offer people who attend the Super Bowl in Indianapolis better ways to communicate via their smartphones and other wireless devices.
On Sunday America unleashed Super Bowl XLIV, which was the most watched television program of the year. Attracting 80 to 90 million American viewers at any one point, the professional American football event is one...