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Man City reveal their attempts to use new Google Posts feature

Manchester City are a football club who always seem to be at the forefront of digital innovation: always testing out emerging technologies or new trends to see if they might

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Amazon’s NFL deal paves the way for a sports rights arms race between streaming companies

After its season-long stretch of streaming Thursday Night Football on Twitter, the NFL’s new online home for midweek games will be Amazon from next season, after the online retail company

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Google Cardboard plunges us into Patriots training in Virtual Reality

Since October, which saw the first sports game broadcast in Virtual Reality by the NBA and Golden States Warriors, virtual reality technology continues to expand its presence in US sport. The most recent example

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Man Utd utilise new Polling feature on Google+

This week Man Utd started to utilise a new Google+ feature, Polls. Initially using it to ask fans to vote for their favourite save by current United no.1 David De Gea.

NBA and Google team up to bring fans Google Hangouts live during the NBA Draft

NBA have teamed up with Google+ to give fans greater access by allowing them the opportunity to speak live with the top draft picks using Google+ Hangouts just moments after the players have been selected

Google+ & Manchester United – The Front Row Story

Nice wrap up video from Manchester United about their recent #MUFrontRow fan engagement campaign with Google+

Manchester United & Google+ Present #MUFrontRow

Manchester United v Liverpool at Old Trafford is one of the biggest games in world football, and this season you could be supporting the Reds during that match in a way you could never have imagined.

Manchester United extend social reach further with G+ and Instagram

Manchester United today extended the reach of its global social media activity with the launch of official pages on Google+, Instagram and Renren.

Google Glass to get first sport-outing at Wimbledon?

Bethanie Mattek-Sands, No. 58 in the WTA rankings, will be wearing Google Glass at Wimbledon this year. The exciting news is the first of its kind and demonstrates Google’s confidence in Glass and their belief that Glass is comfortable, secure and not distracting

BT Sport sees potential in Google+

BT Sport believe there is opportunity with Google+ and believe it could be a real trump-card in the battle with Sky

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