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Groupon Coupon For The Sports Techie Community Blog

Groupon Coupons is a partnership between Groupon and over 9,000 national retailers with the aim of passing savings along to customers.

Groupon Coupon was designed to change the way consumers shop and help national retailers sell, market and brand to eager people looking for savings at the click of a button. By providing more than 82,000 free online coupons from in excess of 9,000 partnered companies and over 12,000 stores, Groupon has struck a digital cord with customers and partners alike by reducing inventory through sales and promotions...

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Pulse Play Wearable Tech For Racquet Sports Like Tennis

Pulse Play Wearable Tech For Racquet Sports Like Tennis - Sports Techie blog

Pulse Play Wearable Tech For Racquet Sports Like Tennis – Sports Techie blog

Pulse Play smart watch recently launched from Tel Aviv, Israel and is available now as the only wearable tech and the first complete social ranking and scorekeeping wearable for racket sports. Israel is a global sports tech hotbed of innovation, this time by former three-time tennis Grand Slam champion, Andy Ram, Co-founder and CEO, of the fast-rising startup company. The Sports Techie community blog has many tennis playing global readers, followers and fans worldwide that are interested in learning more about the downloadable app and new smartwatch for racket sports funded by an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign and shippable today...

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NeuLion and Mediapro Powering FC Barcelona and Real Madrid Live 4K Stream

El Clasico Live 4K Streaming By NeuLion and Mediapro

El Clasico Live 4K Streaming By NeuLion and Mediapro

NeuLion continues to see real momentum in live 4K streaming as a global leader. The biggest football match in Spain of the season between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, taking place at Camp Nou Stadium in Barcelona, on Saturday the 2nd of April at 2:30 pm ET, is the fourth Live 4K event for the pioneering sports tech company in the last year.  The “Clasico” La Liga soccer game is offered over-the-top in Ultra HD 4K 60 FPS Resolution to Sony 4K HDR Ultra HD TVs enhancing the fan experience to new technological levels...

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IBM Sports Tech Twitter Chat With Sports Techie And IBMer Jim Rushton

IBM Sports Tech Twitter Chat With Sports Techie And IBMer Jim Rushton.

IBM Sports Tech Twitter Chat With Sports Techie And IBMer Jim Rushton.

IBM Sports Tech Twitter Chat With Sports Techie And IBMer Jim Rushton

The first IBM Global Technology Services (GTS) Twitter Chat of 2016, on Tuesday, January 5 at 1PM EST, covers sports and technology. The social conversation will be co-hosted by me and current IBMer Jim Rushton, Global Leader / Partner, Sports and Entertainment Practice at IBM Interactive Experience and former Chief Revenue Officer of the Miami Dolphins and Sun Life Stadium. This online social sports business discussion centers on approximately seven questions pertaining to the need for sporting teams around the globe to modernize venues while team owners, CMOs and CTOs decide how to meet the growing demands of the digital #fanexperience using in...

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Qlipp Tennis Performance Sensor Offers Wimbledon Crowdfunding Reward

Qlipp Tennis - The Ultimate Tennis Performance Sensor. #QlippAndPlay #qlipp

Qlipp Tennis – The Ultimate Tennis Performance Sensor. #QlippAndPlay #qlipp

Qlipp Tennis Performance Sensor Offers Wimbledon Crowdfunding Reward

Today marks the beginning of the 2015 Wimbledon tennis tournament and almost a week since the Qlipp tennis performance sensor launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. The Sports Techie used Skype to chat with Co-founder, Donny Soh, about his Bluetooth enabled tennis sports technology product. The sport of tennis is using sports tech products to help regrow the game here in the US to both youth and adults. Startup companies like Qlipp are launching to capitalize on this trend while helping to grow the game around the globe using performance big data.

Gear up with QLIPP™, The Ultimate Tennis Performance Sensor! QLIPP™ is designed to help improve the game of players of any level.

Gear up with QLIPP™, The Ultimate Tennis Performance Sensor! QLIPP™ is designed to help improve...

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Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams Are Most Socially Marketable Before Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams are the most socially marketable tennis players.

Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams are the most socially marketable tennis players.

Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams Are Most Socially Marketable Before Wimbledon

Adobe Digital Index Wimbledon 2015 analytics say Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams are the top socially marketable tennis players making them the most likely male or female professional tennis players to sign with a sports-related endorser. ADI used a data sample from five million social media mentions to gauge what is causing the majority of fan engagement “buzz” between the four major tournaments, trending topics and measurement of the top 20 ranked tennis players. The Sports Techie community blog chatted with Joe Martin, Manager, Adobe Digital Index, about the event findings and methodology...

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The Tennis Channel Powered By NeuLion Delivers Wimbledon Streaming Video Directly To Fans

NeuLion® Signs New Multi-Year Agreement with Tennis Channel.

NeuLion® Signs New Multi-Year Agreement with Tennis Channel.

The Tennis Channel Powered By NeuLion Delivers Wimbledon Streaming Video Directly To Fans

The Tennis Channel Plus moves from delivering live and on-demand French Open video content played on clay to streaming the race to Wimbledon on grass courts thanks to NeuLion® end to end IPTV service technology. The Sports Techie community blog chatted with Adam Ware, SVP and Head of Digital Media at The Tennis Channel in CA, and Chris Wagner, Executive Vice President and Co-founder of NeuLion located in NY, about their new multi-year agreement designed to increase business opportunities and fan viewership by allowing digital access to more live matches for both casual and hard care fans on more devices...

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Tennis Players Social Media Popularity – Infographic

Tennis Players Social Media Popularity – Infographic

Tennis Players Social Media Popularity – Infographic

Tennis Players Social Media Popularity – Infographic

Tennis players love social media because they get to engage with followers via their Facebook fan page and Twitter handles about their game, sponsors and loyal or new fans. The Sports Techie community blog has discussed this tennis topic in the past so it comes as no surprise that Rafael Nadal from Spain is the clear cut men’s tour leader while the world’s top ranked Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) player perhaps ever, Serena Williams from the U.S. takes a back seat to Russian Maria Sharapova on facebook but not twitter...

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Babolat Play4

Babolat Play4

High Tech Tennis For The Sports Techie Community Blog

Sports Techie was asked by iQ by Intel to take a look at the way tech is changing how tennis is played via connected racquets, smart courts and technology being used at this year’s 2014 grand slams, however, since I am no longer a contributor and was sent this story I researched back, I will publish it on my own for our community readers and followers benefit. It was my pleasure to investigate and learn how technologies by Babolat, smartcourts by PlaySight, and the grand slams such as Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, are together pushing tennis forward creating a worldwide renaissance for the sport America used to dominate but not anymore.

Babolat
Since 1875, the history of tennis has been driven by Babolat...

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Sports Technology Infographic – Helping Sport Referees And Officials For Over A Decade

Sports Technology Infographic – Helping Sport Referees And Officials For Over A Decade

Sports Technology has been helping referees and official at major events and tournaments increase their accuracy with correct calls as this Newark/Electronic 14 Infographic about “Technology in Sport” – helps to show. The Sports Techie community blog readers may remember our launch during the 2010 South Africa World Cup when FIFA had no goal-line tech in place and it cost England dearly against Germany on an obvious blown goal call. Our contribution for Intel covered the implementation of goal-line technology during the 2014 FIFA World Cup and other sports tech...

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