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New X-Men, Captain America trailers kick off at Super Bowl

New X-Men, Captain America trailers kick off at Super Bowl

While the Super Bowl is always a time for football fans to root for their favorite teams, matches aren't the only battles going on in the stadium. It has also been an opportunity to fight for people's attention, affection, and even money. Like these trailers for two movies, for example. While both have their roots in Marvel's hallways, only one is technically and legally Marvel's baby. But only one really offers us something new to drool upon. Presenting the Super Bowl's unveiling of the new trailers for X-Men: Apocalypse and Marvel's Captain America: Civil War.

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Order your Super Bowl Pizza from Domino’s using Amazon Echo

Order your Super Bowl Pizza from Domino’s using Amazon Echo

If you're into sports, this Sunday is probably a big deal for you. You'll probably be at a party watching the Panthers and the Broncos duke it out in Super Bowl 50. And like any good football party, you're probably going to order pizza. And today Domino's has announced a new way for you to do that.

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This is Acura’s NSX Super Bowl commercial

This is Acura’s NSX Super Bowl commercial

You don't need to be a sports fan to know that the 2016 Super Bowl commercials are A Very Big Deal, and Acura is kicking things off early. Unsurprisingly, it's the company's flagship NSX, the upcoming hybrid supercar, which is star of the thirty second spot, with a particular focus on how it sounds.

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Amazon Echo teams with Jack Donaghy and Dan Marino for Super Bowl

Amazon Echo teams with Jack Donaghy and Dan Marino for Super Bowl

What better way to get in the mood for massive amounts of cash being thrown at advertisements than to bring Alec Baldwin onboard with your Super Bowl ad? Amazon knows this. They know good and well that the world sees Baldwin now as 30 Rock's Jackie-D. Dan Marino is here too, since he is football. In the video you're about to see, they use the Amazon Echo to ask a question.

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Amazon Echo’s Alexa gains Movie, Super Bowl knowledge

Amazon Echo’s Alexa gains Movie, Super Bowl knowledge

This week Alexa (inside the Amazon Echo) will be updated to roll with the punches when it comes to movie queries. Users will soon be able to ask when Star Wars: The Force Awakens is playing, or "what horror movies are playing this Friday" using local movie listings and theater showings. Users will also be able to ask more general questions like "what movies are playing" or "tell me more about the movie "Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood".

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CBS tipped in plan to livestream Super Bowl 50 ads

CBS tipped in plan to livestream Super Bowl 50 ads

On February 7, 2016, many people will swarm around the TV to watch Super Bowl 50, and a decent number of them will just be in it for the commercials. Watching those coveted Super Bowl commercials has always required you to catch them live or, in recent times, watch them afterwards online. CBS is reportedly having none of that nonsense next year, and instead been tipped in a plan that, as far as the TV industry goes, is huge: it will reportedly be streaming those commercials live in real-time, letting you watch them from your smartphone at the same time someone else is watching them on television.

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Chris Pratt visits sick children as Guardians of the Galaxy’s Star-Lord

Chris Pratt visits sick children as Guardians of the Galaxy’s Star-Lord

If the release of the second Jurassic World trailer during the Super Bowl proved anything, it's that actor Chris Pratt is Hollywood's current go-to leading man. But he's also one heck of a cool guy, and his Super Bowl bet with Captain America actor Chris Evans show why. Pratt and Evans together visited the Christopher’s Haven children’s hospital last week, except Pratt went in full Star-Lord costume, the character he played in superhero movie Guardians of the Galaxy.

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Super Bowl 2015: this year’s best tech-related commercials

Super Bowl 2015: this year’s best tech-related commercials

The time has arrived. The 2015 Super Bowl. It's that one day of the year where we throw parties with tons of food, focus on sitting on the couch in front of a large TV, and spend the afternoon watching a collection of the world's the most expensive commercials, all with the occasional break to show a sports game. But we already know which commercial will be the winner, don't we? Just like last year, it will be the emotional one with a puppy that doesn't really have a connection to the cheap beer it's trying to sell.

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$19.5M in counterfeit NFL merch seized by Homeland Security

$19.5M in counterfeit NFL merch seized by Homeland Security

As you sit down to watch the Super Bowl tomorrow, rest easy knowing that your favorite NFL jersey and other sportswear is authentic, legitimate, and safe, thanks to officials at Homeland Security. Much like they do every year around this time, government authorities have just announced that millions of dollars in counterfeit, "unsafe" NFL merchandise have been seized, this time amounting to $19.5 million. That means you have a few less knockoff sports team jerseys, shirts, and hats to worry about.

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Super Bowl weekend gets ‘beaconized’ courtesy of Gimbal

Super Bowl weekend gets ‘beaconized’ courtesy of Gimbal

As the sporting world steadies its gaze on Phoenix this weekend, there’s more than just a Super Bowl going on. The event, once just a game to decide the champions of the NFL, has morphed into a festival. Much like the NFL has grown, so has their coup de grace. If you’re weaving your way through the festivities orbiting the Super Bowl this weekend, you might even find your phone is getting in on the action, helping you find great stuff to do.

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Pay for McDonald’s with hugs and dance, says Super Bowl ad

Pay for McDonald’s with hugs and dance, says Super Bowl ad

As the Super Bowl advertising blitz is about to descend upon us this Sunday, companies are eager to get as much value as possible from their 30 to 60-second ads, such as posting them early online for audiences to see before the big game. Well, McDonald's is really thinking outside the box with their attempt, as their Super Bowl commercial announces a near two-week period where the fast food chain will accept acts such as hugs, dancing, or a phone call to mom as payment from customers.

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Super Bowl Ads only: Dish Reverse AutoHop to the rescue

Super Bowl Ads only: Dish Reverse AutoHop to the rescue

Oh thank goodness the Dish team have come to their senses, turning their advertising-skipping feature "AutoHop" on its head for the Super Bowl. Instead of skipping the advertisements, Dish suggests you may want to skip the football. With Reverse AutoHop, the Hopper DVR device will allow you to watch the entire Super Bowl without all those tiresome, boring minutes of sports. Now you can just watch Kim Kardashian's T-Mobile USA ad instead - or the one with the rabbits. Or the one with the guy - the ad about the stuff!

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