Dumbest & craziest sports technology moments of 2012

From phony websites to regrettable tweets to Apple Siri chatter, it's clear athletes and technology often don't mix well

By Bob Brown, Network World |  Consumerization of IT, Apple, Siri

THE WRONG BROXTON

WCPO.com, a Cincinnati affiliate of ABC, got duped in July by using quotes from a fake Jonathan Broxton Twitter account after the pitcher was traded from the Kansas City Royals to the Cincinnati Reds. Among the bogus quotes: "Brox thanks the good people of KansasTown. You were so nice to ol Broxy. Sorry for eating all the BBQ that one time. And that other time."

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