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Here in the US, sports are not just big fun but big business. Maybe that’s no big surprise, but if you break down the numbers on number of games, price of tickets, and salaries of players, you start to see some interesting facts emerge. Facts like the NHL and NBA have similar game counts and […]
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Sony has won the gig to shoot and show this year’s Wimbleton Tennis matches in 3D, with the finals to be shown in Theaters in glorious HD. “High Definition 3D is… as close to the atmosphere and excitement of Centre Court as actually being there,” the head of Sony Europe, Fujio Nishida, enthused. If you’re […]
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I have to admit, I know very little of soccer and almost nothing of the World Cup Bid Process. I heard a while back that Sony/Japan was thrown out of the 2022 Bid, but now I hear they’re back. Of interest is the sheer manpower required of their entry, which discusses creation of over 400 […]
That’s right folks, NFL Football in high-resolution 3D. That is, if you’re one of the lucky few people who can get Verizon’s FiOS1 to the home, which is a disappointly smal number. Produced by FiOS1, Verizon’s hyper-local news channel, the 3D game will air on channel 834 in the New York City area, including Long […]
Twitter has finally analyzed the massive amount of twitter traffic collected during the 2010 World Cup, analyzing the various hashtags they created for individual teams and games. Their result: the above infographic cataloging how the traffic broke down during this record-shattering event. To highlight how much Twitter has been pulsing with World Cup activity over […]
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