Tag Archive: Sports


Jaybird X4 review: Wireless sports earbuds that do it all

$ 130 well spent.

Whether you’re an avid runner, weight-lifting fanatic, or just enjoy casual strolls on the elliptical, there’s a good chance you’re already quite familiar with Jaybird earbuds. The Bluebuds X from 2012 kickstarted the company’s wireless in-ear buds, and six years later, we’ve now arrived at the Jaybird X4.

The X4 does a lot of what you’ve come to expect from Jaybird earbuds. They sound great, look good, and have stupendous battery life. This  [Read More…]

OneDrive for Android now sports fingerprint authentication to lock your files

Now you can use biometrics to keep your OneDrive files a little more secure.

Microsoft is bolstering OneDrive’s security prowess on Android with the adoption of fingerprint authentication for locking down your files. The feature is now rolling out to everyone alongside a new grid view for photos (via MSPU).

Fingerprint authentication comes in addition to the PIN protection already offered by OneDrive. And as security features go, your fingerprint is the much more secure option. If  [Read More…]

Best sports apps for Android

Whether you’re keeping up with one team or twenty, there’s a sports app for you.

We all wish we could attend every game and keep up with every little announcement out of our favorite teams, but that times time and money most of us can’t afford. Since we have to deal with these pesky little things called lives, here are the sports apps to keep you in the game even while you’re stuck grinding through your daily  [Read More…]

Samsung’s Bixby now shows you sports scores and news from theScore

It’s been more than a year since we first met the Bixby virtual assistant on the Galaxy S8, and until now we’ve seen relatively little in terms of substantive improvements.

In fact, the version of Bixby installed on the new Galaxy S9 isn’t that much better than what shipped on last year’s Samsung flagships.

For its part, the Korean tech giant is trying to make Bixby more relevant to its users. Case in point, this week we’ve learned that Samsung  [Read More…]

Bixby Home will get sports news and scores from theScore in August

The service will be available in the U.S.

If you’re into sports, chances are you use theScore for keeping up to date with all of the latest sportsketball games there are. Today, theScore announced that it’s getting new integration in Bixby Home for Samsung customers.

For folks that have a phone like the Galaxy S9, Note 8, or any other select Galaxy handset that’s got Bixby on it, you’ll be able to visit Bixby Home for staying  [Read More…]

The UMIDIGI Z2 lineup sports one of the best color options (Promoted)

Over the last few months, the UMIDIGI Z2 and Z2 Pro have been continuously teased. These devices are hoping to help change the market thanks to the solid specs, amazing build, and gorgeous color options.

UMIDIGI is including the standard color options such as Black, but you won’t want that one. Instead, you’ll want to jump for either the Twilight or Twilight Black options.

At first glance, you may think that this is the same color that is offered by  [Read More…]

Live sports you can watch with your Oculus Go

Get your peanuts and foam fingers ready

If you have to watch your favorite sports teams from home you might as well do it in style with your Oculus Go. Not only does this bring you a whole new way to experience your favorite teams but it will give you the ability to watch them from the sidelines of an arena without actually having to be there.

Now that you’ve got your headset set up and ready  [Read More…]

ClutchPoints gives a new view to mainstream sports (review)

ClutchPoints is a sports news & tracking app that focuses solely on the Big Three pro leagues, and does so with a fantastic combination of presentation, speed, and depth.

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Sports streaming service DAZN launches Roku TV app in Canada

More streaming options for sports fans looking to cut out cable TV 🇨🇦

DAZN subscribers in Canada can now access the sports streaming platform on Roku streaming players and Roku-enabled smart TVs.

Adding Roku rounds out DAZN’s list of supported devices which already included the prerequisite support for web browsers and smartphones along with apps and support for Android TV, Chromecast, VIZIO SmartCast, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Apple TV.

For a $ 20 monthly subscription, DAZN  [Read More…]

Best sports games for Android

Get your game on — even in the offseason — with the best sports games available for Android.

After a few golden years of fantastic entries, it seems that sports games, too, have all but succumbed to the freemium model. There’s far too few quality sports games out there that just let you jump into the game without having to deal with player cards, upgrades or waiting for ‘stamina meters’ to refill. Nearly all the top mobile  [Read More…]