Amazon and the NFL have signed a deal that will give Amazon Prime Video exclusive broadcast rights for several games. According to Amazon, this is a first for digital streaming in the United States.
Windows 11 released to the Beta channel still has broken Taskbar and Start menu
The NFL will use Microsoft Teams to virtually connect players with fans and bring spectators into the game since they are unable to personally attend the event live due to the pandemic.
Microsoft today announced a multi-year expansion of its partnership with the National Football League, and for the first time, the NFL will also be using Microsoft Teams for collaboration.
Microsoft and NFL have extended their five-year Surface deal by one more year to provide the sporting body with Surface devices that are used for video reviews by players, coaches and referees.
We're halfway through the NFL season and it looks like Microsoft is ready to get into the spirit by offering up team logos as an option through its Xbox Design Lab for Xbox controllers.
Marshawn Lynch is known for his wild antics and memorable one-liners, which is likely the reason Facebook targeted Lynch to be the face of a new original reality-style mini-series airing this month.
Intel and the NFL have partnered to capture stunning playback footage and 360-degree video clips of the 2017 football season while also enabling fans to view and share clips of the action.
Lady Gaga is set to rock the stage at the Super Bowl this coming Sunday. According to a report by CNN, the artist is reportedly preparing to blanket the sky in hundreds of dazzling drones.
If you don't have TV service but still want to watch the big game, you're in luck. Fox will offer a couple of different ways to catch the Super Bowl LI, its pre-game and Halftime Show.
Microsoft launched its Special Edition NFL Type Covers for the Surface Pro 3 and Pro 4 in August, priced at $159.99, but it's currently offering them for $99.99 - 37.5% below their usual price.
Buyers in the US can currently get $100 off Microsoft's Special Edition NFL Type Covers when purchasing specific models of its Surface Pro 4 tablet. The NFL Type Covers are usually priced at $159.99.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick ranted for a full five minutes and 25 seconds about why he's done with Microsoft's Surface tablets, which the NFL has been using for over two years.
At Microsoft's Ignite 2016 afternoon conference today, Satya Nadella and Deion Sanders took the stage to announce a new bot, which is designed to help users with their fantasy football.
...although you can win one in the company's Xbox One S 'Madden NFL 17' Custom Console Sweepstakes. There are 32 of the uniquely designed consoles up for grabs - one for each team in the NFL.
Microsoft is offering hundreds of dollars off when you buy its Surface Pro 4 with a Type Cover - including its new NFL keyboards - along with an Essentials Bundle that comes with Office 365 and more.
Microsoft has launched a new line of Surface Pro 4 Type Covers, featuring the logos of each of the 32 NFL teams. Priced at $159.99, the special edition keyboards are also compatible with the Pro 3.
NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell, is the latest high-profile person to be pronounced "dead" from a hacked Twitter account. The hack comes shortly after several celebrities were targeted online.
Imagine watching the Superbowl and seeing Cam Newton enter your living room, highlighting a throw he just made in the game. That's part of the NFL's vision for the future of sports and HoloLens.
After the Surface name was falsely maligned on national television, Microsoft has decided to come clear with the facts. The NFL also stepped up to defend the tablets, blaming a network issue.
Microsoft has a bit of egg on its face as the NFL had some Surface issues during the AFC's championship game between the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos, leading to the hashtag #SurfaceGate
Starting this year, the Surface Pro 3 will be used on the side-lines of the NFL (replacing the Surface Pro 2) and to leverage its partnership with the NFL, Microsoft is going behind the scenes.
Microsoft has created a custom solution for the NFL that allows teams to view images and interactive content on the sidelines of every game and we got to spend a little bit of time with it.
Just in time for football season, Verizon customers can purchase a new Moto X for only $119.99 with a 2-year contract and customize it with a genuine football leather back.
Microsoft has released a new video that highlights how its Surface is being used in the NFL, which is part of a 400 million dollar advertising partnership the company formed with the NFL.
Even though Microsoft paid $400m to make the Surface "the official tablet of the NFL," in at least two separate incidences the announcers during the games referred to the Surface as an "iPad."
After a near-flawless record in predicting winners at the FIFA World Cup this summer, Cortana is now turning her attentions to the NFL, as the new football season gets under way tomorrow.
Microsoft adds the NFL Sunday Ticket service to their Windows Phone 8 and Xbox One platforms. The new service offers live and on-demand services for all 32 NFL teams in addition to other features.
The NFL kicks off the pre-season today with the Buffalo Bills facing off against the New York Giants. Microsoft Surface tablets will be used by both teams, but there's some restrictions on them.
It appears that the nearly $50 billion merger is contingent on one very important DirecTV asset: NFL Sunday Ticket. Without it, AT&T will back out of the deal and not purchase the satellite company.
Microsoft is giving away a Surface 2 tablet later today that will be signed by New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees as part of its NFL Draft activities.
Microsoft got Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson to promote their Surface Pro 2 tablet in the company's latest TV commercial, part of their "Honestly" series of ads.
Microsoft has announced that the official NFL Xbox One app will add content related to this week's NFL Draft, including a "Draft Ticker" that can be snapped while playing games or watching TV.
Microsoft will air its first nationally televised Super Bowl commercial this Sunday, and the ad will feature Steve Gleason, an ALS-inflicted former NFL player who uses a Surface Pro to communicate.
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.
Ryan Asdourian is a Microsoft communications manager by day, but on several Sunday and a few other times throughout the year he's also Blitz, mascot of the NFL's Seattle Seahawks.
Yet another new TV ad for the Xbox One shows two ex-NFL players, Brian Urlacher and Ray Lewis, playing "Madden NFL 25". Lewis, however, looks like he might need help getting away from the real game.
Microsoft has just revealed its first TV commercial for the Xbox One game console as a tie-in to its NFL partnership and it will likely be shown on TV during tonight's first game of the NFL season.
Microsoft has announced NFL.com Fantasy Football apps have now launched for Windows 8, Windows Phone and Xbox 360 platforms and has revealed more info on the NFL's plans for Xbox One and Surface.
Stevie Johnson, wide receiver for the Bills, is given Google Glass to try out after practice. He catches some passes and signs some autographs, then gives his impression of the new technology.
In a partnership with the NFL, Microsoft plans on bringing Surface technology to the sidelines of NFL games. They also have plans to increase interaction between the game and fans with Smartglass.