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Stanford Football Goes Digital in 2012 with iPad Playbook

For the 2012 football season, Stanford will become the first college team to welcome in a new era of technology. With the start of training camp around the corner, each Cardinal player and coach is being given an iPad that houses the team’s digital playbook along with other team-related materials. The iPad Playbook was developed…

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Former WWE VP Discusses Social Media, Interactive Content & Second Screen Technology (VIDEO)

Meet Mark Keys – Chief Digital Officer of Keys Digital Media Mark has a wealth of experience working directly for a number of broadcasters including the World Wrestling Entertainment, Mediaworks – The Tube Music Network, VNU Media, Billboard Magazine, ITV, Carlton, Sony Pictures Columbia Tri –Star and MuchMusic (MTV Canada).   And, if you need to…

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Minnesota Twins Launch First Ever MLB in-game Mobile Sports App for Baseball Fans

As technology continues to expand into the sports world and communications departments brainstorm to create inovative ways of engaging their fanbases, the Minnesota Twins are at the forefront of the next latest and greatest sports app. Together, the Twins and MLB Advanced Media have launched the “At the Plate” sports mobile app, which can be…

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The Latest Sports Technology in Equipment

A Guest Post by Steve Hamilton Many people believe that success in sports is driven solely by talent and training, but that’s not always true. There’s another “t” word that often plays an important role: technology. The recent controversy about the role that advanced swimming suit fabrics played in Michael Phelps’ impressive Olympic wins is…

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GrabFan Sports iPhone App Combines Predicting And Fun

I am an avid sports fan – I think that’s fair to say considering the topic of this blog. One of the more unfortunate parts about being such a sports nut is I am a small part of the group who loyally forks over somewhere around $2 billion per year to Las Vegas thanks to…

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EA Sports 2013 NCAA Football Cover

This is a Guest Post submitted by Porter Olson Who Should Join RG3 on the EA Sports ’13 NCAA Football Cover? EA Sports named one of two cover athletes for EA Sports’ NCAA Football 13, Robert Griffin III. Griffin is the recent winner of the Heisman and fans will vote on the NCAA Football Facebook…

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CBS NY (WFAN) Audio Roadshow iPhone Sports App Review

Late last summer, sports talk radio host Mike Francesa of WFAN in New York announced that the station would soon be releasing a mobile application that would revolutionize sports radio and would soon be duplicated by stations across the country.  The NFL season came and went, but last week Francesa finally announced the sports app,…

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Top Sports Apps for Android

If you are browsing Sports Networker, that means you are well on your way to the top of your game. In that case, I probably don’t have to mention ESPN ScoreCenter or ScoreMobile on my list. You downloaded those apps as soon as you powered up your phone for the first time. Or if you…

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Sports Web site Fanlime.com Boasts Fan’s DNA

There are sports fans, and then there are sports fans. There is no better example than at the upcoming Super Bowl party you will attend. Every party has that relative or family friend that is interested in the social gathering; after a few mini hot dogs and a few too many drinks he’s asking why…

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Sports iPhone App Review: Kwarter Brings Fun With Social Rewards

Everyone loves rewards. From cash back on credit cards to gas rewards at supermarkets to coupons for spending a certain amount of money in retail, rewards programs are everywhere. People use them as incentives to shop somewhere and that’s what companies love in return. Piggybacking off of that idea, the iPhone app Kwarter has created a social rewards…

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Sports iPhone App Review: League For Basketball Connects Players

I have a group of friends I can really enjoy the game of basketball with. From high school to college to pro, every one of us loves the game and can talk about it for hours. What we love most is playing the game. There is only one problem: we all stink. I’m talking white…

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FanCam Brightens The Sports Technology Picture

As New Year’s Day comes and goes the sports fan is reminded of an interesting truth – the home viewing experience of a sporting event is beginning to outweigh the experience of actually being there. From high definition to 3D to 80 inch screens, anyone can essentially bring the “at the game feel” to home…

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