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The majority of this year’s Super Bowl spots were entertaining but safe, and containing few surprises.
The death knell of television, Yahoo’s hack and the fakery of interplanetary travel.
Facebook Live updated, Twitter’s NFL deal, Snapchat’s longer captions and more on this week’s weekly roundup.
The New York Times has compared the NFL to the tobacco industry, claiming it uses flawed research which endangers players.
With the dangers of football now well-discussed, the NFL finds itself in an interesting place come Super Bowl time.
Understanding the identity of American Pro Football through its Brand
Former NFL punter Chris Kluwe spoke to TED about what happens when sports and technology meet—and what role augmented reality could play for those on the field in the stands