MLB’s latest mobile game enables gamers to guide their player from the minor leagues all the way up to “The Show.”
Google Glass might be the best thing to happen to baseball since Mariano Rivera.
Two Oakland A’s relief pitchers are the most recent additions to Google Glass’ Explorer Program, but don’t expect to see the device out on the field just yet.
Google is helping a little leaguer throw out the first pitch in a major league game today, even though he has a life-threatening blood disease, by using a telerobotic pitching machine — and Google Fiber.
MLB 13 The Show is as great a baseball game as its predecessors, but its small improvements can’t save it from staleness.
Boston venture capital firm .406 Ventures pools together a $175M fund for early-stage enterprise IT companies.
Don’t call it a home run, but slumping deals company Groupon isn’t striking out with Major League Baseball — quite the opposite, actually. The organizations announced Thursday that Groupon is now official daily deals site of MLB.com.
Basketball game NBA 2k11 doesn’t start off with a title menu. It throws you straight into the classic 1991 championship game between the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers. Michael Jordan, arguably the greatest basketball player of all time and the superstar shooting guard of the ’91 Bulls, turns to you and asks if you are ready.
Baseball fans will be happy couch potatoes today with the opening day of Major League Baseball. But for fans who get fidgety in between the action, a startup called Game Time Live Sports Services has created a social online game GameSlam that lets you bet what will happen next in the real baseball game. If it works, the young company could unlock a lucrative audience for interactive television.