Jon Bauer, Herald staff
Let’s go to the booth: A federal judge reversed the four-game suspension imposed by the NFL against New England quarterback Tom Brady, noting the legal deficiencies in NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s penalties against Brady. The judge accused Goodell of dispensing “his own brand of industrial justice.”
Along with reversing the suspension, the judge ordered that any future penalties imposed by the NFL will be subject to automatic instant-replay review.
It’s like you’re really there: Berlin is hosting Europe’s biggest technology expo this week. Among the new gadgets on display is a small PC on a memory stick that plugs into most TVs, allowing the TV to be used like a computer.
Because who hasn’t always wanted to go through their email spam folder or play solitaire on a 56-inch high-def flat-screen?
Call Me Bwana: The director of Taylor Swift’s new video, set in 1950s Africa, is defending the video after it was criticized for a lack of black Africans.
The director disagreed, pointing to a clip of Africans wearing grass skirts and bones in their noses, cooking Swift in a big kettle.