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Acronis teams up with A.S. Roma to advance AI in sport
Acronis has officially announced its artificial intelligence (AI) partnership with Associazione Sportiva Roma, an Italian professional football club also known as A.S Roma.
Game review: MLB The Show 20
MLB The Show 20 is sure to please baseball fans as it continues to be the best baseball game franchise of all time.
Port Adelaide teams up with Empirics to create an innovative data solution
“Australia’s sport-tech industry is world renowned, and AFL clubs in particular have a track record of trialling emerging technologies before they become commonplace in professional leagues around the globe."
A numbers game: How data is changing the world of sports
Video replay technology now marshals the football field, and next-generation facilities give the competitive edge to elite sportspeople. Data analytics lies at the heart of these new technologies.
Aussie sports startup announces aim to raise $750K
The company states it is seeking capital from investors to increase staff numbers and to round out its current platform suite which will enable the company to deliver a turnkey solution to sporting organisations across the globe.
AI changing the game for sports fans
New NTT research shows over half of people aged 18-34 believe AI creates better engagement, but only a quarter know how it’s applied in sports.
Epson innovations and Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport
The world’s greatest motorsport event, the Formula One Grand Prix World Championship, descended on Melbourne’s Albert Park over the weekend for the first race of the 2019 season.
Oracle Cloud whips up a breeze for Sydney yacht races
If data can help a boat go faster, racing teams and fans alike at this year’s SailGP in Sydney will get a front-row seat.
NZ Cricket ups data analytics game with Qrious
The Black Caps and White Ferns have implemented a data and analytics solution from Qrious to monitor and improve game strategy and player performance.
Spark to stream international hockey matches
Move over Sky and free-to-air TV – sports fans will soon have another choice of provider for all their shin-whacking hockey coverage.
Australian Open and Infosys announce strategic technology partnership
"Partnering with Infosys is an exciting next step in our ongoing quest to innovate the Australian Open and engage new audiences across the world."
Business events set to showcase Auckland’s entrepreneurial potential to World Masters athletes
“The city and its economy are transforming – and there are plenty of investment and work opportunities,” ATEED says.
Exclusive: SKY Sport Highlights app first look
"With the Highlights app, we believe we now have the tool to enhance our SKY Sport customers sporting experience.”
TomTom unveils new sports app to Kiwis
"What people really need in that moment where excuses beat conviction, is motivation and a better understanding of what works for them."
Why Facebook sees sports as the next big opportunity in digital media
Digital and social media companies such as Facebook are moving further into the world of sports as more viewer attention shifts in that direction.
The other soccer game: Pro Evolution Soccer 2015
Does Konami’s latest entry in their long-running Pro Evolution Soccer series offer players a viable footballing alternative to EA’s FIFA series? PlayOn’s Darren Price finds out.
Spark to bring the NBA to its broadband customers
Partnerships like these bypass Sky's sports channels and allow fans to watch games without the need for a Sky Sport subscription
Waterboy app takes social media to the sidelines
Grassroots sports clubs, school teams, players and fans are now able to connect through the social sports app ‘Waterboy’, launched this week by Former All Black Kees Meeuws and business partner Christian Kasper.