Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders Wear Swimsuit Cleaning Polluted Water

A swimsuit called the “Sponge Suit” — which absorbs hazardous, oil-based debris from the water as the user swims through, cleaning the water in the process — is featured in the Philadelphia Eagles’ Swimsuit Calendar, which was released last week. This technology was created using a hydrophobic, carbon based sponge-like material that is fitted by…

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ESPN Viewers Using Apple TV Can Now Binge Watch 4 Streams At Once

The ESPN app for Apple TV now features tvOS MultiCast, allowing users to watch up to four live streams concurrently, the first time ESPN has allowed for multi-screen capabilities in its history. Viewers can choose how many live streams they want on their screen — between one and four — in five different layouts to…

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Golf App Uses AI To Account For Wind In Making Distance Calculations

Arccos Caddie — golf’s first artificial intelligence-based platform — has implemented a number of new features, including a “Plays Like” feature that precisely calculates real-time yardages factoring in the wind speed, wind direction and elevation before a user’s shot. This program adds to the already available functionalities of the Arccos Caddie system, which is powered…

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Dallas Cowboys Fans Can Ride Autonomous Shuttles Outside Stadium

Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers fans can soon be able to take driverless vehicles to and from the parking lots of AT&T Stadium and Globe Life Park about an hour before and after all games this season. The autonomous shuttle service, nicknamed “Milo,” will start its free service on Aug. 26 for the Cowboys’ preseason…

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MyNextMatch Launches Digital Medical Cards For Combat Athletes

MyNextMatch — a sports management software company — has launched its new iteration of its MediCard software, which digitally stores medical data on combat athletes, allowing national and international fighting federations to track and analyze a fighter’s medical history. Before this program, fighting federations were relegated to using exclusively paper sources to assess an athlete’s…

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Hopscotch Fan Engagement Apps To Launch In Time For College Football

Hopscotch, a mobile application platform developer, has announced its creation of fan engagement apps for dozens of collegiate programs, many of which will launch soon. Schools that have Hopscotch apps going live this football season include Oregon, Auburn, Baylor, Ole Miss and Michigan State. The news aggregation app will cover every sport in a given…

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