Mobile Sport Report Releases MLB ResearchJuly 17, 2014
- Mobile Sport Report, a research and analysis firm that focuses on analyzes stadium technology in the professional sports industry, released its second issue in the Stadium Tech Report series that focuses on the technology used in Major League Baseball (MLB). Titled "Stadium Tech Report for Q2 2014", it is the second entry in the series, after "Stadium Tech Report for Q1 2014", which focused on the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Greg Norman Takes Digital Approach to Golf Course DesignJuly 16, 2014
- Due for release this summer on all major gaming platforms is HB Studios' 'The Golf Club'. Ostensibly just another golfing simulator, much like the revered 'Tiger Woods PGA Tour' series, The Golf Club brings to the table the most sophisticated course designer on the market.
World Cup Analysis Shines Light on Mobile Usage PatternsJuly 10, 2014
- An extensive analysis of mobile use throughout the 2014 FIFA World Cup, administered by global data master Allot Communications, demonstrated the importance of mobile apps in large events with mass audiences.
Next-Gen Digital Broadcasting of FIFA World Cup Now a RealityJuly 7, 2014
- The 2014 World Cup is among the world's first sporting events to be filmed and broadcast in ultra HD TV technology. And Sagemcom and Broadcom Corporation can take a lot of credit for that. By leveraging Broadcom's video decoder technology, Sagemcom intends to enable a live broadcast of select 2014 World Cup events in ultra high definition.
Can RFS Maintain its Winning Streak at Mineirao and Maracanã Stadiums?July 7, 2014
- Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, will be providing 212,000 fans with access to wireless communications at the upcoming Garmany vs. Brazil semi-final.
Linktel and Accuris Networks Work Together to Provide Top Notch Seamless Roaming ServicesJune 23, 2014
- The 2014 FIFA World Cup, a tournament for the men's football world championship taking place in Brazil has been creating pulsating moments for fans globally. It is estimated that more than half a million visitors are going to Brazil for the World Cup action. Technology and FIFA have always gone hand in hand from the year this tournament was launched. New technologies are making its way every year and this year it's all about connectivity.