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NFL streaming: how to watch football without CBS All Access

NFL streaming: how to watch football without CBS All Access

CBS has announced that its users will be able to stream some NFL games starting this upcoming Sunday. CBS says this is a multi-year deal between it and the NFL; once it kicks off, CBS All Access will offer all the NFL on CBS games, including halftime coverage, Thursday Night Football, and more. If you're not a CBS All Access customer, though, or if you prefer greater access to NFL content, you've got a few other streaming options.

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Sling TV adds NHL Network marking a first for OTT providers

Sling TV adds NHL Network marking a first for OTT providers

Making good on its recent promise, Sling TV has announced the official arrival of NHL Network on its service, making it the first over-the-top provider to offer this particular sports network. This a big deal with hockey fans, as it allows them to enjoy live hockey games and coverage without having to sign up for a contract-based cable or satellite subscription plan. As with PlayStation Vue, Sling TV streams live television content over the Internet.

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The US is getting its first lightsaber combat training academy

The US is getting its first lightsaber combat training academy

It looks like a crazy bunch of fun, but for those who partake in it, it’s a serious sport: Lightsaber Combat. The sport finds its home in a Milan, Italy facility called LudoSport, where warriors pick up their glowing lightsaber replicas and engage in combat. Joining the Italy and other facilities is a new LudoSport site opening in San Francisco, marking the United States' first official lightsaber training academy.

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Comcast X1 adds more real-time sports stats ahead of new NBA season

Comcast X1 adds more real-time sports stats ahead of new NBA season

During the Rio Olympics, Comcast offered real-time on-screen stats to its X1 set-top-box customers, and now it plans to offer the same feature for all other sports you can watch via its service. The announcement comes just ahead of the new NBA basketball season, but it won't be limited to just basketball games. With the feature, you'll see things like game states, team scores, and more, as well as sport-specific details like what percentage of shots were taken from specific parts of the basketball court.

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LUMO Jacket Review – Fall and Spring warmth in LED lights

LUMO Jacket Review – Fall and Spring warmth in LED lights

LED lights ride the front zipper cover and the rear rump area of the LUMO Herne Hill Harrington jacket. This is the latest in an expanding line of designs from LUMO, a company that makes all manner of activities safer for pedestrians in darkness. This jacket is made for biking - and for that it's certainly made fit. Up front is a line of white LED lights and along around back is a line of red LEDs, the lot of which blink in a variety of patterns when the wearer presses a button hidden within.

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NIKE Air Mag 2016 with power laces released in photos and video

NIKE Air Mag 2016 with power laces released in photos and video

The new NIKE Mag has been revealed - one with power laces and the ability to start my heart on fire with Back to the Future greatness. These are the NIKE Mag shoes that we saw in Back to the Future II, complete with the lights and the lace technology they were meant to have back on October 21st, 2015. Back then another pair of Nike MAG shoes were launched - without the power laces and in a fashion not unlike this newest set. They'll be limited, you see. I probably won't be able to get a pair.

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Zepp Play Soccer uses a sensor and app to track player stats

Zepp Play Soccer uses a sensor and app to track player stats

Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the entire world and Zepp has a new way to track player stats and bring more insight into the game. The new system is called Zepp Play Soccer and it uses a sensor that is worn in a calf sleeve by players and an app on the sidelines to track player stats and create real-time game reports using auto-clip tech. The company says that the system is perfect for all skill levels and the sensor tracks stat on sprints, kicks, and total active time.

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Japanese LED basketball court steals the show at B league season opener

Japanese LED basketball court steals the show at B league season opener

In the US, a basketball court is always made of wooden planks that are painted with the correct lines and markings and then waxed to a high sheen. In Japan, they do things very different for at least one of the courts where the B league will play games. Unlike practice courts made from LED screens that were used in the past, this time out the LED court at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium was used for an actual game.

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You can watch the Drone Racing League on ESPN starting next month

You can watch the Drone Racing League on ESPN starting next month

Televised sports have come to include a lot different things in the last few years. Some time ago it started with televised poker tournaments, and these days competitive video games are getting their time in light with many networks investing in eSports. It appears the next big activity is going to be professional drone racing, as ESPN has announced a new broadcasting deal with the Drone Racing League (yes, that's already a thing).

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Amazon said to be negotiating streaming rights for live sports

Amazon said to be negotiating streaming rights for live sports

As Amazon has already become a major player in the streaming video market, it's now looking to move beyond just offering TV shows, movies, and original series. A new report from Bloomberg says the company want to challenge broadcast TV by offering coverage of live sporting events, including soccer, golf, tennis, and auto racing. The paper's anonymous sources say Amazon has begun talks into acquiring the licenses needed to stream such events.

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49ers team with Amazon Prime Now for tailgating goods

49ers team with Amazon Prime Now for tailgating goods

The San Francisco 49ers have teamed up with Amazon to make tailgating a little more convenient. Under this partnership, 49ers fans at Levi’s Stadium will be able to order “essentials” using Amazon Prime Now and have those items delivered straight to their parking spot in certain parking lots. This is said to be the first service of its kind, and it'll be available to those located in the Blue/Green/Red Lots 1 — the area where, says the 49ers, most of the tailgating at that stadium happen.

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FOX Sports Go app arrives on Roku

FOX Sports Go app arrives on Roku

Following its arrival on Apple TV on August 26, FOX Sports has announced the availability of FOX Sports Go on Roku devices, saying it is now available on both the set-top-boxes and Roku smart TVs. FOX Sports Go provides access to FOX Sports' “full slate” programming, which amounts to more than 3,000 live events plus access to original content and studio content. All of this depends, though, on whether you have a pay-TV subscription already.

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