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After 28.5M iOS Downloads, ESPN Launches A Faster, All-New ScoreCenter For iPad

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Google’s report today shows just how integral the multiscreen experience has become in the consumption of digital content. For content of the athletic variety, it seems even more substantial. I struggle to watch baseball games without obsessively checking stats, figures on my tablet or tweeting from my phone. Many of...
After 28.5M iOS Downloads, ESPN Launches A Faster, All-New ScoreCenter For iPad

Play ball! Here's your MLB 2012 gaming round-up

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Not all baseball games are created equally. Which one is the best bet for the 2012 season? [Read more]...
Play ball! Here's your MLB 2012 gaming round-up

Big Win Baseball for iPhone and iPad

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Big Win Baseball represents an achievement of sorts. It seemingly requires very little skill, doesn't seem too rely much on strategy, and has little objective outside of acquiring an in-game currency that helps you to win baseball games to earn more in-game currency. It's the triple crown of pointlessness. If...
Big Win Baseball for iPhone and iPad
MLB pitches its updated iOS, Android apps for Opening Day

GREE reveals first English language sports game MLB: Full Deck

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Japanese mobile-social gaming giant GREE announced today its first major sports game MLB: Full Deck for iOS, featuring officially licensed MLB teams and players from MLB.com and the MLBPA. From the makers of Monster Quest and Crime City, the Tokyo-based company’s MLB: Full Deck allows users to build a team...
GREE reveals first English language sports game MLB: Full Deck

MLB Network launches Strike Zone all-highlights channel on four providers

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For football fans the NFL Red Zone and ESPN Goal Line Channels have streamlined game day viewing by focusing on switching between scoring opportunities from simultaneously airing games and now Major League Baseball has its own version (there's already a web edition dubbed Full Count). The MLB Network Strike Zone...
MLB Network launches Strike Zone all-highlights channel on four providers

The Bigger-Than-Big Home Theater

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Soon, homeowners will have the option to watch everything from baseball games to movies to reality TV shows on a floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall screen. The price tag: $2 million....
The Bigger-Than-Big Home Theater

Visa to Launch Contactless Mobile Payments for iPhone

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Want to pay for purchases by waving your iPhone in front of a payment terminal at checkout? That will soon be a reality thanks to a new partnership between Visa Inc. and DeviceFidelity, who have teamed up to launch a mobile payment technology for iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS devices....
Visa to Launch Contactless Mobile Payments for iPhone

Apple announces Passbook: ‘The simplest way to get all of your passes in one place’

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Apple has just announced a new app with iOS 6 called “Passbook.” The app will keep all of your boarding passes for flights and things like movie tickets and loyalty cards in one place. This is pretty awesome, and something we’ve needed for a long time. Apple says this is...
Apple announces Passbook: ‘The simplest way to get all of your passes in one place’

IRS Audited Over Inappropriate Spending, Claims It Can't Find Its Receipts

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Just a guess, but it probably sucks to be the IRS right now. Between reports about them snooping on people's emails and their targeting of conservative groups, it's quite easy to paint them as a big, evil bureaucracy. Actually, it was pretty easy to do so before all that....
IRS Audited Over Inappropriate Spending, Claims It Can't Find Its Receipts
Shazam Starts Identifying Baseball Games, Let's Hope it Gets the Rest of the World Next
Groupon G-Pass is a VIP lane for concerts

Why one startup thinks laying a few bets could help companies convince employees to slim down

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I like going to baseball games for the camaraderie, ice-cold beer and general excuse to sit out in the summertime sun.  But the only way I can actually pay attention to what’s happening on the field (unless maybe it’s the last inning of the last game of the World Series)...
Why one startup thinks laying a few bets could help companies convince employees to slim down

MLB Planning A Check-in Application For Baseball Games

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MLBAM, the company behind MLB.TV, plans to launch a new social, mobile application that utilizes Foursquare-like check-in functionality, CEO Bob Bowman announced at SAI's Startup 2010 conference today. Users who use the app to check-in at baseball stadiums will get access to exclusive content – including a replay of that...
MLB Planning A Check-in Application For Baseball Games

Sorry, Entrepreneurs, Just Because You Tried Hard Doesn't Mean You Deserve A Prize

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RRE partner (and BI investor) Stuart Ellman wrote this post a couple of years ago. In light of the recent cult of startup-worship and controversy about whether it's appropriate or "nice" for anyone to observe that entrepreneurs occasionally fail, it seemed worth publishing again. When I grew up, it was...
Sorry, Entrepreneurs, Just Because You Tried Hard Doesn't Mean You Deserve A Prize

The Most Popular Camera Used on Flickr? The iPhone.

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(Image: apple.com) Flickr just released its quarterly stats report, which reveals a few fun facts. Did you know that there are now 7.2 billion photos on Flickr, with users uploading 2,500 new photos a minute? Did you know that there are 228,207,499 Creative Commons-licensed photos on Flickr? Most interesting, though,...
The Most Popular Camera Used on Flickr? The iPhone.

WSJ Experiments With Location-Based News

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Checking-in at a venue around town with the Foursquare mobile location app could now come with a thought provoking payload: a news link related to the place you're at. The Wall St. Journal announced today that as a part of its new focus on covering New York City, links to...
WSJ Experiments With Location-Based News

How To Watch Baseball Games Online

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For baseball fans, it's an exciting time of year. For those who prefer to stream games online, however, the anticipation can be tinged with a bit of frustration. That's because baseball games are still easiest to find on traditional cable or satellite TV. Fortunately for cord cutters, there are some...
How To Watch Baseball Games Online
The 7 Best Apps For Sports Fans
Mammoth new Mariners video board will be largest in Major League Baseball

Snapchat and MLB.com take the App Store by storm, while Pandora rakes in the money on Android

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Snapchat is fast becoming one of the most popular publishers in the App Store, despite only offering a single app to iOS users. A report by app ranking and intelligence firm App Annie, which examined the number of downloads for all apps excluding games throughout March, found that Snapchat had...
Snapchat and MLB.com take the App Store by storm, while Pandora rakes in the money on Android

What Life Is Really Like For A Mother Of Three Running A Hot Startup

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A lot of us dream having Sharmila Mulligan's career. She's been involved in multiple startups with big payouts and is now CEO and co-founder of ClearStory Data, a buzzy early-stage startup in Palo Alto, Calif. It's backed by Google Ventures, her buddy Marc Andreessen's firm Andreessen Horowitz, and Khosla Ventures. She...
What Life Is Really Like For A Mother Of Three Running A Hot Startup

Not your father's PageRank

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Steven Levy on how Google's search algorithm has changed over the years. Take, for instance, the way Google's engine learns which words are synonyms. "We discovered a nifty thing very early on," Singhal says. "People change words in their queries. So someone would say, 'pictures of dogs,' and then they'd...
Not your father's PageRank
MLB.tv for Xbox Live launches in 18 new countries, CinemaNow adds on-demand TV and movies in US
Hands on: Mac and iOS task management with Things 2

Revenge of the Nerds, the Sequel: Silicon Valley Wallflowers Now Hot

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Phil Fernandez was used to being a Silicon Valley wallflower. His start-up makes software for marketing departments, and for years, he toiled in obscurity as the tech spotlight shined on hip Web arenas like social networking and their young Internet entrepreneurs, such as Facebook Inc.’s Mark Zuckerberg. But now it...
Revenge of the Nerds, the Sequel: Silicon Valley Wallflowers Now Hot
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