Monthly Archives December 2012

Things You Didn’t Know About… Sports Technology

Thermometer pill use as a sports technology tool.

Thermometer pill use as a sports technology tool.

Things You Didn’t Know About… Sports Technology

Introduction about Technology:

Technology can be referred to as the collection of such machinery, tools, arrangements, modifications and procedures. Technology in the broadest sense can also be defined as the making, usage, modification, and knowledge of machines, tools, techniques, systems, crafts, methods of organization with an aim to solve a problem, achieve a goal, improve a pre existing way out of a problem, or perform a specific function...

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May sports technology help your dreams come true, Sports Techie. #sportstechie #sportstechnology

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Bloomberg Sports has a new data analytics partnership with Gala Coral

At Coral, “Enjoy the game but gamble responsibly.”

At Coral, “Enjoy the game but gamble responsibly.”

Bloomberg Sports has a new data analytics partnership with Gala Coral, one of Europe’s largest and most respected betting houses. Before I wrote this blog, I read about the Gala Coral Group in the new BSports press release and had no idea they even existed; most likely, most of you do not either. The Gala Coral Group is actually one of Europe’s pre-eminent betting and gaming businesses. So what does that mean for a Sports Techie? It means Gala Coral subscribers now have access to the world’s top sports analytical data produced by BSports Match Analysis sports technology.

Sports Business Partnership

The partnership will give Gala Coral subscribers free access to the advanced analytics data provided in the BSports Match Analysis fo...

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Bloomberg launches sports analytics blog spinoff ‘Stats Insights’ for fans enjoyment

Bloomberg Sports Launches "Stats Insights," The First Multi-Sport Analytics Content Blog

Bloomberg Sports Launches “Stats Insights,” The First Multi-Sport Analytics Content Blog

Bloomberg launches sports analytics blog spinoff, Stats Insights, for fans enjoyment. BSports continues to pioneer the sports technology applications industry this time via a web based, daily blog that features a multi-sport format and is driven by customized data. Their new blog will contain original content and analysis of the five major European football leagues as well as the NFL, MLB, and NBA. Sports Techie was fortunate enough to ask company President Bill Squadron a few questions about Stats Insights and BSports.

Stats Insights Breaking Down the Latest Sports News, Notes and Numbers: http://www.bsports.com/statsinsights.

BSports was selected by The Sports Business Journal as a Finalist for “Best In Sports Technology” in 2012

BSports was selected by The Sports Business Journal as a Finalist for “Best...

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ProsReport is launching soon to college and university Alumni

ProsReport posts articles, features and interviews with alumni at the web site for alum, fans and student prospects to read and interact

ProsReport is launching soon to college and university Alumni as an online business focused on sports that aggregates school related news while connecting alumni communities. This startup posts articles, features and interviews with alumni at their web site for alum, fans and student prospects to read and interact with. Sports Techie spoke with ProsReport.com founder and author, Caleb Wygal, about their companies exciting sportsbiz future.

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WVUPros

The first pioneering ProsReport customer was West Virginia University Pros at http://wvupros.com/. WVU was soon followed by Syracuse, N.C...

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Sidelines App goal is to become the number one community for sports fans to discuss sports

Sidelines is a social network for sports fans, that lets users share sports-related opinions, photos, videos and articles with their friends and other fans

Sidelines is a sports technology startup whose goal is to become the number one community for sports fans to discuss sports. The Sports Techie blog spoke via Skype with cofounder of Sidelines App, Vinay Kuruvila, while he was vacationing in India. Sidelines lets sports fans talk about generic sports with their friends and other fans of the same sports and teams by sharing and discussing opinions, links, photos, videos and more at their web site. This is a “social product,” said Vinay with a goal to eventually build vibrant, connected social communities around every team and player.

Sideline App

Website: http://sidelinesapp.com.

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