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Bignoggins helps people manage multiple fantasy sports teams from one app. The startup has never hired any employees or taken outside funding.
Apple’s set-top box Apple TV is getting a handful of popular streaming-video service apps that nearly everyone should be happy about.
Rather than be bummed out that CBS has exclusive rights to stream all the March Madness college basketball games this year, ESPN has enlisted the help of YouTube star Robbie Novak, aka Kid President.
We’re only a few weeks away from our next Mobile Summit, and it’s shaping up to be a memorable meeting. We’ve just added speakers from ESPN Mobile, Urban Airship, Pandora, Facebook, and more.
Sports fans will be pleased to learn that their Twitter feeds are now more useful for catching up on game highlights and replay video clips.
Guest Post Three ways the cloud is redefining sports broadcasting and coverage.
Darth Vadar. You were just purchased for over four billion dollars. What are you going to do now? Obviously, the answer is go to Disneyland in this video.
With Windows 8 now available for public consumption, Microsoft is startup to plug all the various apps that are either already available or coming for the new operating system.
If you’re reading from down under, relax. Ditto to those swathed in red, white, and blue. No Olympic gold medals have been handed out yet. At least, not for long jump, shotput, or table tennis.
While EA Sports has continued its quantity-over-quality approach with NCAA Football 13, the title still provides a solid college football experience.
ESPN launched its Developer Center today, declaring that it was making a wide array of editorial content, scores and sports data accessible to third party developers. But the early reviews from the coding community are negative, calling out the high costs and multiple restrictions.
Hey, sports fans: Can’t catch the big game on the boob tube? No problem. Now you can turn to Slacker Radio for a live audio broadcast.
Sports analytics startup NumberFire has raised $650,000 in a seed round that will help it expand its fast-moving (and popular) venture, the company revealed today.