The Winter Olympics in Sochi are in full-swing, with hundreds of hours of content being broadcast on NBC’s family of networks. But if you’re looking for complete coverage of the Games – or want to watch content live instead of on a delay – it’s easy to do so legally online. Here’s how. If you’re Continue Reading →
Sochi 2014
The Olympic Winter Games are in full swing in Sochi, Russia, and once again, the internet is the place to turn to if you want to watch the competition unfold in real-time, as opposed to the hour-long tape-delay in place on broadcast and cable TV. And this time, NBC is promising to stream everything: All Continue Reading →
Sochi 2014
Olympics sponsor Samsung is reportedly dropping Galaxy Note 3 smartphones in athletes’ goodie-bags, though the gift comes with a catch: a supposed ban on any other device branding, iPhone or otherwise, during the opening ceremony. Details of the clamp-down, which is said to require the Apple logo on an iPhone be physically covered so that Continue Reading →
Already one of the most tech-savvy sports leagues, Major League Baseball is set to install thousands of iBeacons in ballparks around the country and will deck out about 20 parks – including stadiums in Boston, Milwaukee, Los Angeles and San Francisco –with about 100 iBeacons each by Opening Day. iBeacons can be found in every Continue Reading →
Sochi 2014
Say you’re going to Sochi for the Winter Olympics. You’ve magically found a hotel that’s actually complete and not full of trash and construction equipment. Crisis averted, right? Not quite—because as NBC Nightly News’ experiment shows, your computer or smartphone could be hacked in seconds in Sochi. Hackers will be going after your computer or Continue Reading →
Super Bowl XLVIII
At first glance, Fox Sports’ viewership numbers for its Super Bowl stream are impressive, but when compared to data from previous games, they lose a bit of their luster. This year, an average of 528,000 people tuned into the stream per minute compared to 2013’s 508,000 viewer total. The increase is enough for the broadcaster Continue Reading →
MLB
This week, Major League Baseball will begin rolling out thousands of iBeacons in ballparks around the country according to a source familiar with the plans who shared them with MacRumors. The league is looking to have twenty parks outfitted with roughly 100 iBeacons each by Opening Day at the end of March. Boston, Milwaukee, San Continue Reading →
Super Bowl XLVIII
Two years ago, the NFL started letting viewers watch the Super Bowl online, even if they didn’t have a TV subscription or antenna to lean on. When Super Bowl XLVIII rolls around on February 2nd, the small but growing sliver of people who depend on streaming to watch the big game won’t be disappointed. If Continue Reading →
NFL
Verizon’s NFL Mobile customers will be able to stream every playoff game this year for the first time ever, via the NFL Mobile app. NBC, FOX, and CBS games will all be available for live streaming, which includes all Wild Card Playoff games (January 4-5), Divisional Playoff games (January 11-12), Conference Championship games (January 19), the Continue Reading →