Apple iBeacon Coming to 20 MLB Ballparks in Time for Opening Day

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Major League Baseball will begin its deployment of Apple’s iBeacon technology starting next week at 20 MLB ballparks across the US, according to MacRumors. Each stadium will get around 100 iBeacons placed throughout the ballpark to help spectators with a number of different things, like finding their seats and showing them the closest food vendors. […]

Verizon Boasting the Power of LTE During Super Bowl XLVIII

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Don’t you hate when you’re trying to watch a live broadcast, and it’s not really working out? You might get a lot of buffering and lag while you’re watching it, but Verizon is saying goodbye to that with its LTE Multicast technology. Since Verizon is a sponsor of Super Bowl XLVIII, the carrier is getting […]

All the Tech You Can Buy with Super Bowl Ticket Money

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Unsurprisingly, tickets to the Super Bowl are ridiculously expensive, and most people won’t even be able to afford them. StubHub has Super Bowl tickets starting at $2,500, and that’s for the worst seats in the house: the upper deck end zone, where you’ll experience the bitter cold weather more so than the game itself. We […]

Google Glass Brings Viewers Courtside with the Sacramento Kings

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Technology and sports are slowly but surely merging, but no one expected NBA Basketball players to actually wear smart glasses while warming up, shooting, or even during an actual NBA game, but that’s about to change. If you’ve ever wanted to see that first-person view of what it’s like to play and star in an […]

How to Watch NFL Football on the Go

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The NFL doesn’t seem to want us to watch NFL football unless we subscribe to a couple of services, including Verizon Wireless and DirecTV for television, but we’re going to show readers how they can get around this and how to use the approved outlets on their iPhone, iPad or Android devices. NFL Sunday Ticket […]

New Xbox One Ad Focuses on Sports, Not Gaming

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One of the first Xbox One ads is out, and it actually doesn’t focus on gaming, but rather on sports — the NFL to be specific. During Microsoft’s initial unveiling of the Xbox One, the company flaunted its partnership with the National Football League and packed the new console with tons of NFL features, such […]

5 Best NCAA March Madness Apps for iPhone and iPad

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Here are the five best free apps users can install on an iPhone or iPad to watch the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament, get news about the games and predict which teams will win the national championship by filling out brackets. A couple of them even let the user submit brackets to an online contest to […]

5 Best NCAA March Madness Apps for Android

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Here are the five best free apps users can install to watch the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament, get news about the games and predict which teams will win the national championship by filling out brackets. A couple of them even let the user submit brackets to an online contest to win prizes, or just bragging […]

Super Bowl 2013 Companion Apps

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With Super Bowl XLVII between the San Francisco 49’ers and the Baltimore Ravens starting in a matter of hours, we wanted to share some recommendations for apps to install on a smartphone or tablet to help readers enjoy during the game. We already shared how to watch the Super Bowl while mobile on Android and […]

How to Watch NBA Games Live on the iPhone & iPad

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The NBA season is in full swing and users that want to see their favorite team play can watch live NBA games on the iPhone and iPad for $55. With the NBA League Pass Mobile, iPhone and iPad users can watch the NBA games on the go with their iPhone or iPad, and can share […]

WatchESPN Now Supports AirPlay for All Channels

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ESPN’s WatchESPN application for iOS, an extremely useful application for sports enthusiasts who own an iPhone or iPad, just got a whole lot better today as ESPN has added highly anticipated AirPlay support for all channels supported by the application. The update for WatchESPN takes the application to version 1.6.4 and the latest version brings […]

NFL Game Rewind for Tablets Fumbles Thanks to Restrictions

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The NFL comes a little closer to offering a great mobile viewing experience with the NFL Game Rewind app, but sadly fumbles the ball with silly restrictions and an overpriced subscription model that only appeals to super fans. The app lets users watch football on their iPad or Android tablet. So far that’s awesome. Unfortunately, […]

Essential 2012 Summer Olympics Apps for the iPhone and iPad

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The 2012 Summer Olympic games are set to kick off in London and fans that want to watch the Olympics on their iPhone and iPad are in for one of the most connected Olympics to date. With free live olympic game streaming from the NBC 2012 Summer Olympics app to some of the best Olympic […]

Siri to Provide Sports Scores, Stats and Standings

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Thanks to the updates to Siri announced at WWDC 2012, users will soon be able to keep track of sports scores, stats and more. The new features work with major sports, allowing iOS users to instantly get information about live games and players. Let’s say you’re a Green Bay Packers fan and you want to […]

ESPN Chooses Money Over Users with Mobile Apps

ESPN Chooses Money Over Users with Mobile Apps

Earlier today, Gawker reported on an extremely shady move by ESPN as far as its ESPN Radio app is concerned. ESPN will be introducing a new and improved ESPN Radio application for $4.99. However, it will be closing up shop on its aging ESPN Radio app that it launched back in 2009. That wouldn’t be […]

NHL PrePlay Lets You Experience the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs on iPad

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At my house watching sports and using your iPad go together so Molson Canadian NHL PrePlay wants to take advantage of this phenomena with an interesting companion app that lets you use your hockey knowledge and prognostication skills while you watch the Stanley Cup Playoffs. If you’re a hockey fan, then you’re likely to watch […]

How to Follow the NFL Draft on Your Phone

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If you’re a passionate NFL fan, then you know the draft will start on Thursday, April 26 and continue through that weekend. You could sit in front of your TV and watch the coverage on ESPN or NFL Network, but you may not have time to do that for the entire draft. That’s where your […]

Time Warner Cable Apps Now Stream Sports Channels in Some Cities

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Time Warner Cable subscribers in New York City, Dallas, and Charlotte can now watch live sports channels on their smartphones and tablets. The new sports channels are available to Time Warner Cable subscribers with any app that can stream live TV, as long as they live in those three cities. The stations will just appear inside the iOS […]

How to Follow the NASCAR Samsung Mobile 500 On Your Phone

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The Samsung Mobile 500 will get underway at the Texas Motor Speedway tonight, but if you aren’t home you can’t watch the race unless you’re a Sprint Android user. NASCAR cut out their other fans in an exclusive deal with the company that owns the naming rights to their Sprint Cup Series, the sport’s premier league. […]