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In partnership with Google Nest, the Golden State Warriors gave Google Home Minis to every fan in attendance of Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.
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In just its third year in operation, the livestreaming aims to broadcast 250,000 youth sporting events in 2019, with plenty more to come.
A video system called Keemotion didn't make a single shot or pass all season. But the Bulldogs might not have made the NCAA Tournament without it.
Hear representatives from Teamworks, Clemson women's soccer, and Penn State men's basketball discuss helping young athletes achieve a healthy, focused, and balanced life.
Following seven years in baseball, Josh Wilkie transitioned to the tech world and now helps athletes understand data from products to prevent injuries.
With Baron Davis on board, POINT 3 hopes to grow its DRYV Moisture Control Technology, which is like a towel on your shorts or jersey.
Beginning at All-Star Weekend, fans will have the opportunity to view the second half of select NBA games via Twitter stream through a single-player view, as...
As consumers continue to wrap their heads around 5G, sports might be one of the first industries to benefit from next-generation networking capabilities.
The Warriors and Viber are only in the second year of their partnership, but the NBA team has already capitalized on Viber’s diverse user base.