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  • If you love sports, you’ll love the new FOX SPORTS mobile app

    Foxtel have released a new mobile app on iOS and Android which allows sports fans unprecedented access to their favourite sports in a single app. Want to see the latest news articles in the lead up to your favourite team’s big game? Not a problem. Want to see live...
  • GoPro Hero 4 Session is the smallest, but big price

    GoPro have announced their latest camera, the Go Pro Hero 4 Session. Continuing the amazing quality that GoPro is known for, this camera is the smallest, lightest, most convenient GoPro to date. It’s a staggering 50% smaller and 40% lighter than GoPro’s best-selling HERO4 Black and Silver cameras. Thankfully GoPro...
  • Hisense partners with Infiniti Red Bull Racing in multi-year deal

    After being the official TV sponsor of the Australian GP in 2014, Hisense is announced today a new multi-year partnership with Infiniti Red Bull Racing. The announcement was made at the Shanghai International Circuit ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix this weekend. The companies association with Motorsport continues to...
  • Video algorithms from SAP will change sport forever

    SAP is a software solutions company and they’ve just learned a new trick. At CES 2015, they’re showing off a new prototype that analyses video footage of sporting events to automatically create player, team and game statistics. Currently the stats we see from sporting events are done by a...
  • XON SNOW-1 uses data and visualisations to make you a better snowboarder

    Snowboarders get ready, your board is about to get a whole lot smarter. Cerevo launched the XON SNOW-1 at CES Unveiled tonight and the board will ship later in 2015. Learning to snowboard a painful experience, you’re going to fall down, a lot. Even once you get comfortable with...
  • NRL Grand Final on WIN also fails HD rugby fans

    Another day another Grand Final delivered in standard definition. Yesterday, we covered the failing of Channel 7 to broadcast the AFL Grand Final in HD, today it’s Rugby League fans who are exploding over WIN’s 576i broadcast. The reason sport benefits from HD is reduced motion blur, better clarity,...
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