Yesterday, Google and ESPN combined to deliver real-time video highlights directly into Google search results via Google’s homepage, World Cup related search queries and Google’s new World Cup page, and so on. This integration will be live during the entire 2014 World Cup – meaning soccer fans can find their highlights.
Today is one of those special days at ESPN: live on our networks and our digital suite of applications you’ll find the US Open at Pinehurst, the opening game of the 2014 World Cup (Brazil vs. Croatia) and then Game 4 of the NBA Finals (Spurs at Heat). And that’s in addition to a roster […]
Ahead of tomorrow’s opening World Cup game, ESPN Radio has launched on iTunes Music. To access the live stream of ESPN Radio, just open iTunes Music on your iPhone or iPad and either click on the ESPN Radio channel or search for ‘ESPN’.
Today, Amazon released their new Fire TV – available immediately and priced at $99. As part of that announcement and release – WatchESPN has launched on the Fire TV, giving users access to ESPN’s suite of live programming and 1,000s of additional games & events exclusively available via ESPN3. Also noteworthy: WatchESPN is now available […]
Last night, the NCAA Basketball Tournament brackets were released… You can find your team among the field of 68 here. You can also follow your team – and make your bracket picks – with the new Tournament Challenge Application on iOS (iPhone + iPad), Android and Kindle.
I am a sucker for year-end lists. I wanted to share a few great posts from ’13 – which is terribly far from complete… if you have other’s to share, please email or comment. In no order, whatsoever:
It’s an annual geeky, blogging tradition: share those products and services that have made their way into your daily routines. It’s a simple reflection on those experiences that have become meaningful, those that have become less relevant, and those that others find interesting and useful. Mike Arrington used to publish an annual, very simple list […]
Facebook’s mobile app install units are a hit. In spring 2013, Facebook had announced that 25 million app downloads had been driven through the iTunes App Store and Google Play. At the time, over 40 of the top 100 top grossing apps for both iOS and Android were leveraging Facebook’s mobile install units.
It’s Saturday, the day after Black Friday, and my inbox is loaded with promotions about expiring offers, extended sales, and upcoming Cyber Monday. It reminded me that this shopping holiday relies heavily on email, GMail’s new format now has a very significant impact, and that I had written an unpublished, related blog post about the […]
This is the definition of a product launch gone viral… and it’s only for pre-orders. Of course, the product itself is compelling, intriguing, cool, and priced for mass appeal ($55). Product or content quality is a prerequisite… and Coin seems to have achieved that. But the launch itself was also well done and took advantage […]