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Mobile Minutes: Wimbledon live on Twitter; Rio Olympics in VR; Google buys Moodstocks; MTA’s ticketing app

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July 7, 2016

Screen Shot 2016-07-06 at 4.11.02 PMTwitter goes Live with Wimbledon stream
Twitter served up the first glimpse at what live sports might look like on the social media service.
Read more on USA Today

NBC and Samsung team up to broadcast 2016 Rio Olympics in virtual reality
NBC announced Thursday that it will broadcast 85 hours of the 2016 Olympics in 360-degree virtual reality, partnering with Samsung and the Olympic Broadcasting Services.
Read more on International Business Times

Google buys sneaker-scanning machine learning company Moodstocks
Someone at Google really likes sneakers: The company has just bought a French machine learning startup that taught a computer how to recognize 15,000 different types of them.
Read more on PC World

MTA speeds up app rollout for mobile tickets on Metro-North, LIRR
Metro-North and Long Island Rail Road riders are one step closer to skipping ticket lines.
Read more on NY1

 

 

 

 

 

 

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