SHOT 2018: The greatest gun show on Earth

About 12 football fields worth of the latest guns, gear and more have arrived in Las Vegas where big reveals will be made for hunting, shooting, law enforcement, military, fishing and more outdoors.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2018/01/23/shot-2018-greatest-gun-show-on-earth.html

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How important is Amazon's NFL deal for Amazon and the future of the league?

Amazon is set to begin hosting the first of its 10 Thursday Night Football games with tonight’s match-up between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears. As consumers continue to be faced with a deluge of content options and cord-cutting becomes more popular, it remains to be seen whether consumers will fork out an extra $99 per year for something they can already get for free.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/09/28/how-important-is-amazons-nfl-deal-for-amazon-and-future-league.html

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NFL, Tencent aiming for China's smartphone screens

Pro football might rule big-screen television sets in the U.S., but it is the small screens of smartphones where the National Football League hopes to make its play in China.

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Revolutionary new ZERO1 football helmet may help NFL players reduce concussions

For more than half a century, football helmets have done a great job of preventing skull fractures, but they’ve been ineffective when it came to preventing concussions and protecting the brain. But now there’s a new helmet that’s been designed to protect not only the skull, but what’s inside it.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/08/08/revolutionary-new-zero1-football-helmet-may-help-nfl-players-reduce-concussions.html

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Twitter inks new streaming deal with NFL after losing live games to Amazon

Twitter recently lost its Thursday Night Football coverage to Amazon. But keen to keep fans on side, the social media company has just signed a new deal with the NFL for fresh content.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/05/12/twitter-inks-new-streaming-deal-with-nfl-after-losing-live-games-to-amazon.html

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Wilson smart football: First and long in the high-tech football market

Wilson Sporting Goods is first and long the high-tech football market. The company is touting what it describes as the world’s first smart football in a bid to capture the next generation of fans.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/08/11/wilson-smart-football-first-and-long-in-high-tech-football-market.html

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Twitter Upsets Rivals to Win Thursday Night Football Streaming Rights


The National Football League on Monday named Twitter its exclusive global partner to live-stream 10 Thursday Night Football games during the 2016 season. Twitter reportedly beat out some of the top content and social media providers for the contract. It will live-stream the games for free to more than 800 million registered and unregistered users over mobile phones, tablets, connected TV sets and personal computers, while CBS and NBC will broadcast the games, which will be simulcast over the NFL Network.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/83331.html?rss=1

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Twitter wins rights to stream NFL's slate of Thursday Night Football games

Article Image In a major push into the content business, Twitter has won the rights to the National Football League’s Thursday Night Football, and will stream 10 games online for free starting next season.

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Apple declines to bid for NFL Thursday night streaming rights – report

Article Image If the National Football League’s Thursday night games come to the Apple TV this fall, it will be on someone else’s dime as Apple has reportedly chosen not to bid for rights to show those events.

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Apple sneaks into several Super Bowl 50 commercials

Article Image Apple didn’t buy airtime during America’s National Football League 2016 Super Bowl, but some of its products did turn up playing a cameo role in a variety of commercials.

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How high-tech chips are revolutionizing the NFL

Football fans and casual viewers watching the Super Bowl at home or on mobile will notice the referees aren’t the only “zebras” having an effect on the big game. Zebra Technologies brings to life so-called “Next Gen Stats” that are becoming an essential part of game broadcasts, analysis and some teams’ preparations.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/02/05/how-high-tech-chips-are-revolutionizing-nfl.html

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Microsoft Surface blamed for NFL football playoffs meltdown

Article Image Microsoft Surface Pro tablets stopped working on the sidelines of a major U.S. football game today, causing a spectacular black eye for the struggling product just as its maker was performing an advertising blitz for the hybrid tablet device integrated into the game itself.

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Revolutionary new helmet deforms to absorb impacts, could put an end to concussions

Despite the fact football continues to enjoy immense worldwide popularity (estimates put fan numbers at or above 400 million), the sport remains under constant scrutiny for its approach — or lack thereof — to concussions.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/01/14/revolutionary-new-helmet-deforms-to-absorb-impacts-could-put-end-to-concussions.html

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Apple, Google in talks for rights to stream three London NFL games

Article Image The National Football League is in talks with companies including Apple and Google to stream three games due to be played in London, England next season, a report said on Friday.

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Apple among possible partners for streaming Thursday NFL games

Article Image The National Football League is considering Apple among several potential partners for streaming Thursday matches, a report said on Wednesday.

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Bam! The 'Madden' video game franchise marches on

The NFL season doesn’t officially kick off until September 10, but for millions of football fans that circled Tuesday on their calendar for months — it’s on! That’s right the perennial powerhouse video game “Madden NFL 16” by Electronic Arts has been released and, with it, the pent-up demand for America’s favorite sport.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/08/26/bam-madden-video-game-franchise-marchs-on/

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