Amazon has inked a deal with the English Premier League to give U.K-based soccer fans with Prime membership live access to a number of games. The package will also offer regular highlights from throughout the season.
Cryptocup gives players an opportunity to earn cryptocurrency by predicting the outcome of all of the games in the 2018 World Cup tournament, with the tokens gaining value throughout and the top 10 percent splitting the pot.
Nike's latest patent involves the creation of a dynamic pad system for use in sports, in which the pads can actually sense an impending impact and alter their physical make-up to provide a higher level of protection.
Newly launched on Kickstarter, the Tennibot is a new robot that can be used on the tennis court to automatically retrieve tennis balls, saving time and effort by players, coaches, and tennis pros who usually have to do this tedious work.
GoGolf is a hands-free wearable device for golfers that can automatically detect and announce the distance to the hole from your current position. It pairs with a smartphone and works on 30,000 courses around the world.
Quintero Golf Resort in Peoria, Arizona, is rolling out new high-tech golf carts with touchscreen tablets that offer a host of features including scoring, location tracking, food and drink orders, and much more.
The Winter Olympics is about to start and security officials have put in place measures to deal with any rogue drones that show up, including an anti-drone "gun," a drone-catching drone, and, for extreme situations, a SWAT team.
What happens when artificial intelligence algorithms are used to do what they do best — identify patterns and nuances in data that human eyes typically can’t catch. Could these algorithms undermine the house and turn sports betting on…
For five NFL games of the 2017 season, Super Bowl champion Reggie Bush served as co-anchor of NextVR's NFL highlight packages, offering player insight. He spoke with Digital Trends about how VR sports commentary may be the next phase of his…
Twitter is adding another feature to your timeline. Called Happening Now, it does what it says on the tin, offering access to tweets and information on current events. Happening Now targets sports fans at launch.
Adidas has just unveiled its first robot-made running shoe designed specifically for runners in London. More city-specific versions are on the way, including for Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo, and Shanghai.