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Video: Super Bowl WiFi Coaches, Leaky Apps & Binge Watching

This Week In 60 Seconds checks out WiFi troubleshooters at the Super Bowl, a leaky NFL app, and whether binge watching is a sign of depression.

Welcome to the Super Bowl edition of our weekly video wrapup! We’re checking out support staff who’ll be roaming University of Phoenix stadium in Arizona this Sunday to make sure fans have a great mobile experience. We also cover an NFL app that was leaking user data, but the NFL says has been fixed. And we weigh in on whether binge watching TV is a sign of depression—or you’re just getting caught up on "The Walking Dead."

You can find links to the full stories below. And don’t forget to answer our question of the week: How many tweets are you going to send during the Super Bowl? Let us know in the comments section.

WiFi Coaches Keep Superbowl WLAN In Winning Form

NFL Mobile Sports App Contains Super Bowl-Sized Vulns

Geekend: Binge Watching TV A Sign Of Depression?

Drew is formerly editor of Network Computing and currently director of content and community for Interop. View Full Bio
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1/30/2015 | 5:55:49 PM
Nada lotta mucho
Personally, I couldn't care less about the Super Bowl so I won't be writing any Tweets about it.  Also, I don't buy that the NFL has patched its leaky app.  And I'm OK with binge TV watching since it could be so much worse.  Like binge boozing, for e.g. 
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