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A NY-based TV streaming service, that acts as an antenna to let subscribers watch programs across any internet-connected device, has run out of capacity.

Facebook is gearing up to battle Twitter to become the coveted ‘second-screen’  that TV viewers tune into during Sunday’s Super Bowl.

Wall Street is helping foot the $70 million bill to host the Super Bowl in New York City.

California-based Coupons.com has filed with U.S. regulators to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering.

An ex-Port Authority official says NJ Governor Chris Christie knew about the lane closures on the Washington Bridge that have been the subject of a major scandal for his administration.

And finally, a massive boulder surprised a family in Northern Italy when it was dislodged by a landslide and rolled through their farmland.

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