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Sportsnet and Twitter partner for new way to watch NHL games

It's that time of year again, hockey season is back and as the regular season gets into full swing fans will have a new...

Garmin moves into new Alberta headquarters

Toronto may be Canada's largest hub for tech companies, but it isn't the only city feeling the industry's love. For example, one unlikely town in...

Samsung Unpacked reveals Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy Watch, and Galaxy Home

Samsung wasted no time in showing off its new Galaxy Note 9 smartphone at its annual Unpacked event on Aug. 9, but also surprised the crowd with announcements about a new line of smart watches and a new smart speaker device.

Predicting the near and far-future of tech in sports – Tech in Sports Ep. 52

All your latest sports tech news from the past week, including the last bit of World Cup news, an inside look at the technology used by the Philadelphia 76ers, and we discuss the future of tech in sports. This is also our last episode for the foreseeable future. We want to thank everyone who has supported us so far.

World Cup a haven for cyber criminals, Israeli cyber security firm warns

The 2018 FIFA World Cup isn't just a haven for soccer fans - according to Israeli cyber security firm Cyberint, it's a haven for...

How AI and IoT are helping athletes in this year’s Tour De France – Tech in Sports Ep. 51

This week on Tech in Sports: World Cup news, an unstoppable Bitmoji-Serena Williams, a prototype mouthguard helps track athlete fatigue through saliva, and more! Plus, we chat with Carol Austin, the head of performance, support and medical for Team Dimension Data at this year's Tour De France.

ViewSonic president says flashy sports complex in Guelph a strong example of an open, collaborative work space

Conversations in a boardroom are undoubtedly different from a team huddle in a locker room, but the president of ViewSonic Corp. says a sports...

How the New York Red Bulls are using eye-tracking technology to improve their play – Tech in Sports Ep. 50

All your latest sports tech news from the past week, including who's winning the World Cup on social media, AI at Wimbledon, the Sacramento Kings mine cryptocurrency, and more! Plus, we chat with the goaltender of the MLS' New York Red Bulls about how they're using eye-tracking technology from Tobii Pro Insight to improve their on-field performance.

How 3D printing is changing the sports clothing industry – Tech in Sports Ep. 49

All your latest sports tech news of the past week, including video replay at the World Cup, the Dallas Cowboys' new sports therapy facility, a study on how social media divides sports fans, and more! Plus, we chat with HP about how the company is helping manufacturers create customized 3D printed shoes.

Cybersecurity risks at the World Cup – Tech in Sports Ep. 48

All the latest sports tech news of the week, including World Cup predictions, ticket purchasing through Snapchat, ball tracking at the US Open, and...

Mitacs researcher using tech to improve Canada’s canoe and kayak teams

Innovation is happening all around us, and the sports industry is no exception. As tech continues to take over the planet, here at ITBusiness.ca,...

Cybersecurity implications of Bryan Colangelo’s burner Twitter accounts – Tech in Sports Ep. 47

All your latest sports technology news, including referees live tweeting during the NBA Finals, AI gets its Stanley Cup predictions wrong, World Cup tech,...

Is the NBA the most tech-savvy league in North America? – Tech in Sports Ep. 46

All your latest sports technology news, including referees live tweeting during the NBA Finals, AI gets its Stanley Cup predictions wrong, World Cup tech,...

Should anti-doping agencies be able to hack athletes’ phones? – Tech in Sports Ep. 45

All the latest sports tech news, including the NHL’s dive into using smart data-tracking pucks, DAZN winning exclusive broadcast rights to European soccer in...

Stat-sensing sports wearable developer declared Intelliflex’s 2018 Startup of the Year

TORONTO - The developer and manufacturer behind a wearable device designed to collect the physical stats of four-, eight-, 12-, or even 16-player sports...

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