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Although the National Football League is under fire heading into the Super Bowl, it is by far the most popular and lucrative sport in America, raking in nearly $10 billion in 2012.
Check out some clips from this year's upcoming Super Bowl ads. Companies are paying almost $4 million for a 30-second spot.
High feed prices and mounting demand from McDonald's means your chicken wings will be even pricier come this year's Super Bowl.
Take a look inside Wilson Football factory in Ada, Ohio where the official Super Bowl game balls are made.
As smartphones replace dumb phones and tablets surpass laptops, the world is shifting to a more mobile world this year -- and it's not looking back.
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This year's 12 top paid tech CEOs all make more than $15 million annually.
The Chinese reclaimed the top spot on June's 'Top500' fastest supercomputers list with a system almost twice as fast as any other.
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