For many people (me included), football and beer go together like peanut butter and jelly. That's especially true on Super Bowl Sunday, when beer ads rule the commercial breaks. This year, Anheuser-Busch Inbev, maker of Budweiser, has purchased four and a half minutes of air time, including two spots for its new beer, Budweiser Black Crown. Of course, with all the emphasis on booze, both on and in front of the TV, Super Bowl Sunday is often followed by hangover Monday.
On February 3, the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers will battle it out for football supremacy in New Orleans' Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Whichever team you're rooting for, you can use apps to track news, tweets, and stats; check out audio and video broadcasts; discover some sports history; and watch the game itself—in real time.
With Super Bowl XLVII only a week or so away, you might be looking for a new big-screen TV that can do the game justice. But getting the right TV isn't as simple as just finding the right price. That's because sporting events like the Super Bowl can really bring out the best—and worst—in an HDTV by pushing it to its performance limits, revealing flaws that might go unnoticed with less-demanding types of content.
Few of us are actually headed to New Orleans this year to watch Super Bowl XLVII on February 3. But the next best thing to being there is watching it on a big-screen HDTV. An if you're in the market for a new set, you'll need to make sure it can deliver all the excitement of the Big Game itself.
Fans of the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers are probably scrambling today to secure tickets to Super Bowl XLVII and accommodations in New Orleans. And unless driving to and from the Crescent City is an option and their pockets are extra deep, those supporters will need to find affordable flights.
If you're hosting a Super Bowl XLVII party on February 3, you'll probably spend more time thinking about the food and drinks you'll serve than whether or not you're getting the best out of your television. Fortunately, you don't have to be a TV guru to get your set running like a champ in time for kickoff.
This year's Super Bowl matchup between the New York Giants and New England Patriots takes place on February 5. In case this epic real-world contest isn't enough for you, the mobile world offers apps for everyone from the sports dilettante to the face-painting football fanatic. You can track your team's news, tweets, and stats; check out audio and video broadcasts; discover some sports history; and for the first time ever, watch the game itself—in real time—on your mobile device.
Countdown to Super Bowl XLVI on February 5 has begun, and the Better Business Bureau is reminding you to be alert for knock-off team jerseys, counterfeit memorabilia, and phony game tickets.
Now that we know that Super Bowl XLVI is going to feature the New England Patriots against the New York Giants in Indianapolis, you may be thinking that the next best thing to being there is watching it on a brand-new big-screen HDTV.
If you're not headed to Super Bowl XLVI on February 5, then the next best thing is watching it on a big-screen HDTV. If you're in the market for a new set, you'll need to make sure it can deliver all the excitement of the Big Game itself.
If you're not in front of your TV on February 5th—or one of the lucky ticket holders ensconced in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis—you'll still be able to watch this year's Super Bowl in real time. The NFL announced that for the first time, the Super Bowl will be streamed live at NBCSports.com, at NFL.com, and through Verizon’s NFL mobile app.
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