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Lyft Atlanta Ride Share Driver

Ride Share Driving For Lyft Atlanta

Lyft Atlanta Ride Share Driving – Sports Techie blog

Lyft is my preferred ride sharing company even before Uber started started taking negative PR hits because of their corporate culture towards women employees primarily forcing their founder to step down. When I did not own a car, I relied on mostly public transportation and that means Marta buses and trains in Atlanta as well as relying on ride share. I bought a Chevy Cruze last year and now drive exclusively for Lyft although I am cleared for Uber too...

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Panasonic USA, Sharing The Passion For Sports Tech With The Olympics, Paralympics And USOC

Panasonic USA, Sharing The Passion For Sports Tech With The Olympics And USOC

U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs enhances the Olympic fan experience with Panasonic immersive technology.

PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics begins February 9 and Panasonic is ‘Sharing The Passion’ and the spirit of sport athletes with people around the world while connecting people who are passionate about sports and the Olympic Games through advanced technology...

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Miami Dolphins To Award Ephesus LED Sports Lighting To High School Football Field

Eaton and the Miami Dolphins to Award Free Ephesus LED Sports Lighting System to a Miami-Dade or Broward County High School Football Field

Eaton and the Miami Dolphins to Award Free Ephesus LED Sports Lighting System to a Miami-Dade or Broward County High School Football Field.

The Miami Dolphins together with Eaton, a power management company, are awarding a free Ephesus LED sports lighting system valued at more than $100,000 to a local high school football field as part of the “Light Like the Pros” community programming initiative. The Sports Techie community blog covers sustainability related stories and trends such as this unique program that upgrades a lucky facility with state-of-the-art energy efficient retrofit solution lights...

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Is The English Premier League the Best Soccer League in the World? – Sports Techie blog.

Is The English Premier League the Best Soccer League in the World?

There is a regular argument in soccer or football as they call it in England, as to which league is the best. Now there are different factors to consider in this argument, so it is necessary to look at the debate for different angles. Does ‘the best’ mean most watched? Or highest revenue? Or best players? The Sports Techie community blog knows the answer is not an exact science, rather an opinion. Let’s take a deeper look and drill down into the different areas:

The signing fees of football players has rocketed in recent years and this year saw Neymar sign for PSG from Barcelona for an astronomical €222m.

Best players

The bigges...

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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. Thousands of promo codes and printable coupons are available as well as exclusive deals for the Sports Techie community blog readers and followers from a variety of well-known to up-and-coming brands...

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EA Sports FIFA And Premier League Football Sports Tech Sponsorship

Review of the EA sports and Premier League sponsor arrangement.

Technology company sponsorships in football are lighting up the sports business and fan experience worlds. The Sports Techie community blog reaches fans worldwide and so do sport and tech activations involving soccer. Whether it’s the Premier League in the UK, UEFA Champions League and La Liga, Bundesliga or the MLS here in the United States, technology brands are partnering with football clubs in order to develop and activate digital marketing campaigns that are engaging, fun and rewarding for all ages but especially the millennial and genZ demographics. Let’s review the EA Sports and Premier League sponsorship arrangement.

As the Lead Partner until the 2018/19 season, EA Sports enjoys an expanded partnership involving on...

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SportsCastr Live CEO Chats With THE Sports Techie Community Blog


DAVID STERN, JIM BOEHEIM, VERNON DAVIS & OTHERS TEAM UP TO LAUNCH SPORTSCASTR.LIVE VIDEO PLATFORM FOR SPORTS.

Innovative & Easy-To-Use Platform Allows Any User to Create Professional-Level Live Sports Broadcast

SportsCastr Live is in beta testing mode until September yet launched their new customizable video platform this week designed for all digital devices to enable professional looking streamed video broadcasts over an iOS app, laptop or desktop computer. The innovative sports tech product allows users and viewers to interact through an enhanced second screen experience and via social media channels...

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Tech Meets Soccer: Could VAR Change the Game Forever?

Tech Meets Soccer: Could VAR Change the Game Forever?

IFAB (International Football Association Board) approved a new type of referee to feature in soccer matches to work in tandem with the on-field referee.

Within the last year, IFAB (International Football Association Board) have approved a new type of referee to feature in soccer matches to work in tandem with the on-field referee, a move which could potentially change the game forever. The Sports Techie community blog is in agreement with this game-changing decision towards the inclusion of more technologies to help get calls right...

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It’s about Time we Let Technology Tell the Truth in Football

I can still remember that gloomy afternoon when England lost to Germany in the 2010 World Cup, I had just launched the Sports Techie community blog. Surely that Lampard shot was over the line!  There’s plenty more stories where that comes from, though that Geoff Hurst shot in the 1966 World Cup Final was miles over the line, wasn’t it?

It took the world of football until 2012 to finally agree on introducing goal-line technology and not a moment too soon. Finally we do have the goal-line technology that answers the question of whether a goal is indeed a goal or not.  About time too I hear you screaming “and why has it taken so long?”

Hawk-Eye goal-line technology uses cameras

Changing History

We may well jest about that Geoff Hurst goal in 1966  (the year I was born) but it’s not t...

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A Brief History of Technology in Sports

Since its appearance, technology has strived to intermingle with almost every area of human life. And even when you thought that was impossible, it did the same with sports. Sports fans were a bit frustrated at first, thinking that tech specialists would interrupt or even slow the game down. The Sports Techie community blog has championed sports tech for the past six years but really going on more than twenty years when you count my career.

The troublesome goals and seemingly equal race times, however, were much more irritating. Hence, sports technology became widely accepted soon after its first appearance. For betting enthusiasts, in particular, it managed to provide indisputable results, without giving them the opportunity to blame it on the betting services, such as NJ Casinos and many...

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