MLB Testing Contactless Ticketing With iPhone & Apple Watch

When it comes to existing ticketing systems, for the most part many of them do work in their current form but that’s not to say that they can’t be improved. In fact the Major League Baseball has recently announced that they are testing out a new contactless ticketing system that will let players enter using their iPhone or Apple Watch.


Nike Unveils Basketball Jerseys With Built-In NFC Connectivity

With pretty much everything getting “smarter” these days, we suppose it was only a matter of time when our clothes got smarter as well. We’ve seen quite a few examples launched in the past, but Nike is hoping to take it mainstream by launching basketball jerseys that feature NFC connectivity.


Red Sox Apparently Used The Apple Watch To Steal Signs In Baseball

In sports, teams and coaches often come up with their own coded messages and words that only they know. This is because should the other team be watching or listening, they won’t know what they are talking about and figure out their strategy. A good example of this would be in baseball where signs are used.


Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro Review: Hands-On

#IFA2017 – Samsung unveiled its new wearable lineup at IFA in Berlin, and the new Gear Fit2 Pro is the successor of the Gear Fit2. The new smart band gets water resistance up to 5 ATM (Atmosphere, a pressure unit) certification and salt resistance, meaning that users will be able to track swim even in the ocean.A bit heavier than its predecessor at 34g, the Gear Fit 2 Pro delivers […]


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Samsung’s Gear VR Gains New Partners In UFC, X-Games, Live Nation

Watching a sporting event live in person and watching it on the TV are very different experiences, but unfortunately sometimes tickets can be too pricey, sold out, or the venue is held somewhere far away from where you are. However this is something that Samsung is hoping to address with virtual reality (VR).


Japan’s Volleyball Team Is Training With Robots

While robots don’t necessarily have the same kind of instincts or intuition that humans do, they do most faster and they don’t tire, which means that in some situations robots might be more ideal than humans. Over in Japan, it seems that the country’s volleyball team thinks so as well which is why they’re practicing their spikes against robot blockers.


Under Armour Unveils 3D Printed ArchiTech Futurist Sneaker

3D printing can be used for all kinds of things, and as we have seen in the past, the idea of using it to 3D print perfectly-fitting shoes has been floated before, which is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that Under Armour has recently taken the wraps off their latest pair of 3D printed shoes, the ArchiTech Futurist.


2018 Winter Olympics Might Be Broadcasted In VR

If you’re a fan of sporting events, you know that trying to follow your favorite team to where they are playing, or chasing the Olympic games can be a rather expensive hobby. This is why watching it on TV is usually a cheaper alternative. However the only problem is that it doesn’t quite offer up the same feeling if you were there in person.


Facebook Will Now Live Stream Major League Soccer Games

Facebook’s interest in video is hardly a secret and not too long ago, the company launched a dedicated video app for smart TVs. We also heard rumors that Facebook was looking into live streaming sports games, like Major League Baseball for example. While that deal has yet to be worked out, the company has managed to snag one sport: soccer.


The Gratis X1 Is An Electric Jet Ski

These days electric vehicles on the road are pretty common, but out in sea, fully electric boats aren’t that common. Now if you’re someone who loves to jet ski but also loves the environment, you might be interested in a company called Free Form Factory that has recently unveiled an electric jet ski in the form of the Gratis X1.


Major League Baseball Approves Wearable That Can Be Used In Games

In the past tracking the performance of athletes was a bit more complicated and harder than it is today. This is because today wearables have become a lot more accurate, a lot more accessible, and also a lot more affordable, which means that outfitting a sports team with a fitness tracker would be financially feasible.


Facebook Rumored To Get Into MLB Live Streaming

As you might have heard, Facebook recently more or less confirmed their plan for more video content by announcing a separate and dedicated video app designed for smart TVs. In the past we have heard how Facebook planned to use its reach to potentially become the next YouTube, or at least become a platform that could give YouTube a run for its money.


Piq’s Robot Blue Wearable Will Help Improve Your Boxing

[CES 2017] When it comes to wearables, a lot of devices out there seems to be more focused on running. However if you’re looking to give your boxing workout a hi-tech advantage, you’re in luck as Piq and Everlast have teamed up to create the Piq Robot Blue, a wearable that will help improve your boxing.


Apple & NHL Reportedly Close To Finalizing Partnership For iPads

One of the partnerships between tech companies and sports in recent times would be Microsoft, in which we saw the company’s Surface tablets being used by the NFL. The idea is that this would make it easier to watch replays and to come up with new strategies on the fly. It seems that Apple also wants in on the sporting scene.