The Super Bowl is a huge social event in the sports industry and this means a lot of people will be taking photos, videos and looking at them too. Sprint has just announced their customers used a whopping 5TB of data throughout the country during Super Bowl 51.
Earlier this week we learned that Google would be spending $5 million on a Super Bowl commercial spot for Google Home. The company has just uploaded the ad spot to YouTube and you can view it right now.
T-Mobile has published its Super Bowl 51 commercial which features Justin Bieber, Rob Gronkowski, and Terrell Owens. The ad focuses on "#UnlimitedMoves" and asks you to show off your best touchdown dance.
Google Home will be getting its very own $5 million Super Bowl ad this coming Sunday. While we've seen plenty of commercials for Google Home already, we expect Google will be showing off Google Home in a new and unique way with the new ad.
YouTube hosts a lot of ads and many use it as their go to source for Super Bowl commercials. We're just a few weeks away from Super Bowl 51, and Google has went ahead and opened up the channel so they can start to fill it with upcoming ads.
Tim Cook was attending the Super Bowl at the brand new stadium in his backyard of Santa Clara yesterday, and used his high status to get on the field during the post-game celebration for the Denver Broncos. What better way to capture the moment than with a photo? That's what he did on what we...
It's a slow news day dominated by all things Super Bowl, with Android news almost nowhere to be found. If you find yourself searching for football related topics, don't be surprised if you happen to mistype "Super Bowl" as "Superb Owl" as Google points out the frequent typo with a delightful...
If you love commercials during the Super Bowl, but don't want to wait until tonight, here are some of the tech commercials that will be shown to the world.
We'll see a few common faces, but will also see a couple newcomers in these awesome Super Bowl 50 commercials.
You'll see a bunch of tech companies promoting their latest goods in tonight's Super Bowl ads including: Amazon, Fitbit, Intuit, LG, PayPal, Pokemon, Squarespace, T-Mobile, and Wix.com. Take a look at the entire list of commercials you'll see, with background info on each.
Who's ready for Super Bowl Sunday? Are you itching to watch the best game of the season, but don't know how to get it on your various devices?
No worries, follow the steps here, and you'll be on your way to the promised land.
There are multiple ways one can watch Super Bowl 50 directly from their Android device.
From just a simple browser to dedicated applications like DirecTV, NFL GamePass, and more. Plan out how you want to watch the event before it's too late.
Just in time for the Super Bowl, an update to Amazon's Echo will enable you to order a pizza with just a single voice command.
The command is “Alexa, open Domino's and place my Easy Order,” but it will require that you assign the skill within the application and then link to your Domino's account.
Verizon has just announced that they spent $70 million in order to triple their LTE capacity from San Francisco to Santa Clara.
To do this, Verizon did the following. . .
- Build 16 new area cell sites
- Install 75 small cells
- Deploy for the first time a patented antenna system to reach...