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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.
The student winners of the Apple Design Awards hope to turn their school projects into early success.
Major League Baseball announced on Tuesday a new Mobile Phone Only subscription plan for streaming live games.
WatchESPN, announced Thursday, brings programming from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, and ESPNU to your iOS device -- provided you've got the right cable provider.
Golf fanatics can't afford to miss the sporting event unlike any other, so get the official Masters Golf Tournament apps for iPhone and iPad.
GetGlue is a social network for letting your friends know what you're watching or reading. Now its iPhone app lets you also tell your friends where you are partaking in the fun, thanks to integrating Foursquare, a popular location-based service and social network.
Major League Baseball is preparing the regular-season update for its iPad app, with some major graphics changes. Here's an exclusive first image.
Whether it's keeping tabs on your bracket or watching live games from your iPhone or iPad, the App Store can help you stay on top of all the action from the NCAA men's basketball tournament, which tips off this week.
The official app for the 2011 Major League Baseball season for the iPhone and the iPad has hit the App Store.
The new, free FiOS Football app for iPad offers live NFL action, including live streaming from the NFL RedZone Channel. But only if you meet certain criteria.
MLB's popular At Bat 2010 application will soon allow patrons at Philadelphia's Citizens Bank Park to order food right from their seats.
CBS Sports has announced it will stream its entire 2010 Seoutheastern Conference (SEC) home football schedule live on the CBS Sports Mobile iPhone app.
The sports giant released five iPhone apps geared toward the sports scene in specific cities across the U.S. A sixth app -- ESPN Passport -- encourages fans to share their game day experiences.
Quebec-based Atomic Software on Wednesday released Bike Repair, an interactive app for fixing your bike on the go. The program is available for the iPhone and iPod Touch and costs $2.
Last week, Sports Illustrated released an iPad version of its popular weekly magazine. The app itself is free, but each issue of the magazine will cost $5.