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FOX Sports Go hits Apple TV, allows viewing of four games at once @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

FOX Sports GO has now arrived on Apple TV, allowing viewers to watch up to four games at the same time, thanks to an innovative split-screen interface that lets you arrange video feeds side-by-side, picture-in-picture style, or in a mosaic pattern. With the app, you’ll be able to stream from channels including Fox Sports 1,…

via FOX Sports Go hits Apple TV, allows viewing of four games at once — TechCrunch

How the International Olympic Committee is using technology to educate future host cities @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

As the Rio Games draw to a close and the competing athletes pack up, leaving the Brazilian metropolis behind, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is already hard at work laying the foundation for the future spectacle of Olympic games. Throughout the Games, the IOC’s Olympic Games Knowledge Management program has been collecting data and compiling reports to share knowledge of……

via How the International Olympic Committee is using technology to educate future host cities — TechCrunch

Disney will invest $1B into MLB’s streaming video business @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

Disney just announced that it’s paying $1 billion for a 33 percent stake in BAMTech, the video streaming company created by Major League Baseball. As a result of the deal, BAMTech is also spinning out of MLB’s broader digital media business, MLB Advanced Media. BAMTech’s clients aren’t limited to baseball (they include HBO Now, the National…

via Disney will invest $1B into MLB’s streaming video business — TechCrunch

7 Olympic technologies to help the athlete in you go higher, faster, better, stronger @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

Many American Olympic athletes are using cutting-edge technology like motion tracking systems, wearable jump monitors and Doppler radar to help them jump higher and go farther before hitting Rio this August 5 for the Summer Games — and so can you! So fasten your joggers and come along as we take a look at the…

via 7 Olympic technologies to help the athlete in you go higher, faster, better, stronger — TechCrunch

Halo has been testing its brain stimulating wearable with Olympic athletes ahead of Rio @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

A couple of months after taking to the stage at TechCrunch Disrupt in Brooklyn to show off their neuropriming headset, Halo Neuroscience revealed that a number of Olympic athletes from various countries have been using the system to prep for next month’s Rio games. According to the hardware startup, track and field stars Hafsatu Kamara…

via Halo has been testing its brain stimulating wearable with Olympic athletes ahead of Rio — TechCrunch

The wide world of e-sports — TechCrunch

I played a lot of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty online when it launched. And by that I mean a lot. I inevitably drifted into watching streams of other players competing in order to improve my game. Eventually I stopped playing as much, and even stopped following the e-sports scene. But since then, professional e-sports…

via The wide world of e-sports — TechCrunch

Fitbit finally gets design with the Alta sports tracker — TechCrunch

For me, fitness trackers are all about motivation. I used to go for a run every single day, and then quit, and then went to yoga every single day, and then I did nothing every single day. Now, a little older and a little more sore, I find myself worried less about working out all…

via Fitbit finally gets design with the Alta sports tracker — TechCrunch

Ex-Twitter and Medium exec Jason Stirman launches Lucid, a mental training app for athletes — TechCrunch

Jason Stirman is part of a select group of early Web 2.0 builders in Silicon Valley. He was there at the beginning of Twitter, jumped to with Ev Williams to Obvious Corp and then Medium and is now working on a passion of his – mindfulness for athletes. His new app, Lucid, launches in the…

via Ex-Twitter and Medium exec Jason Stirman launches Lucid, a mental training app for athletes — TechCrunch

Halo is building a wearable to make athletes better, stronger, faster — TechCrunch

Halo Neuroscience wants to build a new category of wearable. Not for passively tracking human activity, as so many existing wearables are, but for actively and positively influencing physical abilities — or that’s the claim — using an existing neurostimulation technique called transcranial direct current stimulation. The team demoed their wearable on stage today, here…

via Halo is building a wearable to make athletes better, stronger, faster — TechCrunch

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