Posts Tagged ‘sports’

Here’s how to watch Super Bowl LIV for free on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, or over the web this weekend. The action kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 PM PT on Sunday, February 2.

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Puma just announced new “Active Gaming Footwear” – essentially socks meant for gamers. All we need now is a version of these with RGB lighting and we’ll have achieved peak vanity in gaming.

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Nike has announced the latest shoe to use its FitAdapt technology, with the new Nike Adapt BB shoes featuring the company’s all-new power-lacing system.

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The FIFA World Cup 2018 is right around the corner and Apple is preparing to celebrate the biggest football event with additions to Siri, App Store, Podcasts, Apple TV, and even iBooks.

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ESPN today launched ESPN+, the new direct-to-consumer platform from Disney that was first announced just over a week ago.

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ESPN has released an updated version of its Apple TV app that will allow users to watch up to four multiple streams simultaneously, with the new MultiCast feature coming to the Apple TV for the first time.

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Intel is working with the folks behind the International Cricket Council (ICC) to bring advanced technology to the Champions Trophy 2017. Here are the details.

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Here’s how to live stream 2017 Super Bowl 51 LI online for free without cable subscription on your iPhone, iPad, Android, Web, Apple TV, game console, or any other device.

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ESPN has today updated its ESPN and WatchESPN iOS apps, giving them both access to iOS 10’s Single sign-on feature among other things. Both of the newly updated apps can be downloaded from the App Store right now.

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Fox Sports GO is now available for Apple TV 4. The free app allows users to watch multiple video streams at once, which will be a real boon for those who just can’t quite decide what they want to watch.

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Facebook has announced Sports Stadium, a new section inside Facebook app for iPhone which brings all things related to sports under one roof. With Facebook Sports Stadium, not only can users keep track of their favorite sports and teams, but also interact with other fans around the world.

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Nike is back with another version, Mag 2015, of its Back to the Future shoes, this time, with powered laces just like in the movie.

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