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  1. SportStream app homes in on top tweets

    Charles Curtis

    Imagine for a moment that sports coverage on the Internet is an endless ocean populated by an assortment of odd marine life. Tweets from beat writers constantly swim by, as do photos from your friends at the ballpark on Instagram and the official Fac...

    Blog | May 22, 2013
  2. New app links scores, times to tweets

    Charles Curtis

    The morning after the Miami Heat defeated the Boston Celtics last June on their way to LeBron James' first NBA title, Rick Gehman woke up, turned on his computer, and checked his Twitter feed. The tweets read, "Can you believe this Heat game?" and, e...

    Blog | April 19, 2013
  3. Qualcomm helping MLB with fan experience

    Charles Curtis

    You may have been one of the countless frustrated fans on Opening Day earlier this month, spending an inning or three trying to upload that perfect photo of the pregame festivities -- the one with each team standing on the foul lines and the giant Am...

    Blog | April 17, 2013
  4. How Vstrator app can help your game

    Charles Curtis

    If there's an app for everything these days, there's even one for aspiring athletes that turns coaches into their own version of John Madden, using the telestrator as a teaching tool. Along with two-time Wimbledon champion Don Johnson, Rob Autry,...

    Blog | March 28, 2013
  5. OverDog pits athletes against gamers online

    Charles Curtis

    Face it, die-hard gamers: There's no way you can run a fastball by your favorite first baseman on the diamond or get past a linebacker on the real-life gridiron. But Hunter Hillenmeyer wants to give you the opportunity to beat the real pros on the...

    Blog | December 06, 2012
  6. Can video gaming become a real sport?

    Charles Curtis

    Remember the days in which critics dismissed poker as something nobody would want to watch on TV? Well, meet a candidate for the next poker -- electronic sports, aka eSports, in which gamers go head to head in tournaments in front of live spectat...

    Blog | November 30, 2012
  7. Top tech innovations from 2012 Olympics

    Charles Curtis

    The final anthem has played, the torch has been passed to Brazil and even the Spice Girls reunited. But look back at London's Olympic Summer Games with a more discerning eye -- countless athletes can credit cutting-edge technology that elevated some ...

    Blog | August 13, 2012