If you're an avid sports fan, odds are you spend a lot of TV time watching ESPN.
ESPN's ScoreCenter iPad app has been downloaded nearly 29 million times, and now it's time for an upgrade.
ESPN has become the latest content provider to join Amazon's Netflix-like streaming service.
While some cable TV channels are paranoid about the iPad and live streaming, ESPN is fully embracing it.
ESPN made history when it was the first to launch a dedicated new TV network that would only air 3D content. To date, it has only been used as a special event channel where specific events were broadcast in 3D. Now, viewers can tune in any day, any time.
It was exactly one year ago when ESPN launched a revolutionary new 3D channel, the very first of its kind in the world. Now it has something else to announce - making that channel live 24 hours a day.
If you own an Xbox 360, take it online today and you'll be prompted for the Fall 2010 Dashboard update, which adds a whole bunch of new features, a refreshed interface, and full support for the next Kinect motion controls.
We just got back from a 3D event at Sony's headquarters in New York where we got our first eyes-on look at the company's upcoming line of 3D TVs and one of the flagship broadcasts from ESPN 3D.
Avatar producer James Cameron has issued a public plea for Hollywood to increase its production of 3D content for the two-dimensional masses.
Thousands of hours of live sports and entertainment programming from ESPN will be streamed through Sprint phones over the next year through a new channel on the wireless carrier's existing mobile TV infrastructure.