Like it or not, eSports are becoming more and more accepted as real sports. Competitive gaming has become wild in the last few years, with huge championships gathering massive crowds with some crazy cash prizes. Counter Strike and League of Legends are two of the biggest eSports games and the gamers/athletes are being treated like ... Read More »
With March Madness right around the corner, excitement surrounding NCAA basketball is ramping up. Google is taking advantage of the timing, and has released as update to Google Now that enables users to manually add NCAA basketball teams to the sports card.
Before the update, the appearance of select NCAA teams was sporadic at best. ... Read More »
Football and basketball season are over, but baseball is starting to heat up as we enter the second half of the year. Now is the time to head to the ball park, but make sure you check out StubHub before you purchase your next ticket. The service offers an online marketplace for tickets and their ... Read More »
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Com2uS is slowly becoming a solid name in Android Sports Gaming. As you may recall, Taylor, Clark and I all thoroughly enjoyed Homerun Battle 3D, and with the 2011 baseball season comes an awesome new baseball game in Com2uS’ repertoire.
A Nerf ball with 9-axis inertial sensing motion processing with integrated Bluetooth? There’s an app for that.
File this under things you didn’t know existed but now that you do you totally want one. We were just emailed a video of someone demonstrating Perfect Spiral Trainer, an app powered by what the guy is calling his Replay Football system, which tracks a modified Nerf ball in-flight and reports back all sorts of ... Read More »
The 2011 version of the MLB at-bat application is now available on the Android Market for $15, matching the price of the 2010 version. The 2011 at-bat application features a revamped home screen, including home-screen customization featuring your favorite MLB team, as well as a few new features that will be unlocked as we get ... Read More »
It’s been difficult for me over the past month or so not to renew my childhood excitement about soccer–or football as you non-US folks like to call it. Growing up, I played soccer for years and years and up until 2004 I owned just about every reputable soccer video game ever created (in fact, you ... Read More »
ESPN is by far the most recognized name in sports. Until this month, ESPN’s presence on the Android platform has been limited to a few knock-off applications that have not filled the void the lack of ESPN has left for us sports lovers. Fear not, my athletic (or athleticism-appreciating) brethren, the excruciating wait is over…sort of.
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Though the NHL season is on its final legs, The Hockey News took the opportunity to release its free Android app yesterday. As a Canadian, I’m obligated by my religion to both report this to the masses and review the application.
The Hockey News’ app is very simple in its design, but it does its job extremely ... Read More »