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ESPN shoots and scores.
This week's roundup of iOS accessories includes a device that will record your heartbeat, another that makes your iPhone movies look more professional, and, of course, a number of Bluetooth speaker systems.
No matter where you are, find a watering hole full of screaming fans of your beloved college and pro teams.
Just in time for this week's All Star Game, MLB.com has updated its Home Run Derby app with this year's participants.
The NCAA men's college basketball tournament tips off Tuesday night. If you're nowhere near a TV, you don't have to miss any action. Here's how to watch March Madness on your mobile device or online.
Baseball doesn't start for another five weeks, but Major League Baseball's mobile app is ready for iOS and Android devices.
Apple may be putting all of its eggs in one special event basket, while Microsoft announces a product release date with help from the federal government. And Jonathan Ive explains that money doesn't make Apple go 'round.
On Thursday, NBC took the wraps off two apps it built with the help of Adobe -- one of which will even let you watch live coverage from your iOS device. Melissa J. Perenson previews the apps over at TechHive.
The Masters is one of the most tradition-bound sporting events in the U.S. So it's fascinating to see how tournament organizers have embraced mobile with the latest iPhone and iPad apps that let you follow the four-day golf tournament.
A new version of Major League Baseball's iOS app hits the App Store on Wednesday. And this season, one app will run in optimized form on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. MLB.com is also introducing a monthly subscription on top of the annual fee to experience the app's full features.
PGA Tour HD is a new app for the iPad that lets you stay up-to-date with tournament scores, player stats, course information, and more.
WatchESPN, which had previously been limited to Bright House, Time Warner, and Verizon FiOS TV customers, will soon be available for Comcast's Xfinity TV users, as part of a deal reached Wednesday between Comcast and Disney.
With pennant races in full swing and the postseason approaching, Major League Baseball has spruced up its iPhone app with improved in-game graphics, more in-app multimedia, and expanded social networking options.