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When a program nets some 97.5 million viewers, the last thing you want as a broadcaster is trouble with your transmission. Nevertheless, reports are already starting to flow in from towns in which their local FOX affiliate or cable provider somehow bungled what's likely to go down as the biggest ni

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Restaurant and bar owners, fret not, you're free to broadcast tonight's matchup between the Giants and Patriots on a screen larger than life, but for churches, movie theaters, casinos and the like, throwing that Super Bowl XLII party is likely a no-no. After a well publicized tilt last year between

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Believe it or not, there actually are a few upstanding citizens around the globe who couldn't care less about tomorrow's so-called \"big game.\" Granted, if you live in America, you're likely in the minority there, but we digress. For those of you adamant about not watching Super Bowl XLII tomorrow (

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We've polled you fine folks before to get your take on whether sporting events are better seen live and in person or on an HDTV, and while responses tend to vary, one particular Giants fan recently made the decision to enjoy Super Bowl XLII from the comfort of his own home rather than jetting down

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Okay, everybody knows the Superbowl is going to move a lot of HDTVs (and maybe HD DVD players as well), and we've even done our PSA on how to make sure you're watching the game in HD. But our HD zeal puts us on the fringe of public opinion, right? Not so, true believers -- a survey conducted by Com

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The big game is almost upon us and Engadget HD readers know all too well how many people out there have HDTVs, but aren't watching HD. And since many of us will be at Super Bowl parties, it is our duty to get to the party a little early and make sure the HDTV is setup properly. Or if you think your

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