Don't-Miss Sports Software Stories
Players can strap on a VR headset and step back into crucial plays to figure out what went wrong or right. Drones can show what special teams do better than traditional video. Virtual reality is proving its usefulness beyond gaming once again, as the Dallas Cowboys turn to virtual reality and drones to improve team performance.
The annual showdown from London, England won't be shown on traditional TV in every market. Instead, you'll have to watch it online courtesy of Yahoo.
$179 TV tuner box shows four channels at once on tablets and televisions.
Find out how to stream the games, follow your fantasy league, and not miss any of this season's action.
Those who wanted to see what Sling TV was all about during the NCAA’s Final Four weekend didn’t get the most flattering picture of the new streaming video service.
It's only one game, but most U.S. football fans will have to live stream this year's annual kickoff from London, England.
Skratch TV to target young golf enthusiasts who like their content bite-sized.
The NFL and Google have reportedly signed a deal to bring game highlights to YouTube and Google search results.
Balance and flex sensors collect data about each ride, and the app can even overlay that data on a video of your run.
Forget fumbling through ten different sports apps and use the power of Google instead so you don't miss a play.
The new $1.2 billion Levi's Stadium offers fans the type of high-tech game experience you’d expect from a sports venue in Silicon Valley.
Current ESPN channels won't be part of any Netflix-style subscription model
Got a cable subscription? Then you can stream a whole bunch of football online this season.
The NFL’s latest digital effort is aimed at gaining subscribers for its new video service.