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Slacker, ESPN tie up on sports radio

The agreement allows Slacker users to listen to customized ESPN Radio content through their smartphones, PCs, or home entertainment devices.

By September 20, 2011

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Watch ESPN programming on iOS-based devices

Sports network launches a new application that lets people use their iOS-based devices to watch content from its flagship channel, as well as from ESPN2, ESPNU, and ESPN3.com.

By April 7, 2011

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ESPN analyst's Super Mario ringtone goes off on air

Just as he's telling the world who will win the Final Four, ESPN's Doug Gottlieb hears his cell phone go off in his breast pocket. It makes for quite a TV moment.

By March 17, 2011

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Sprint ID phones get ESPN app experience

ESPN joins Sprint ID with a sports-centered theme pack for select Android smartphones.

By January 4, 2011

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Ep. 103: 4G hits NYC; secret urban USB ports; ESPN woes; and Kinect impressions

This week we celebrate the launch of Sprint's WiMax service in NYC, discover a secret art project planting USB ports around the city; and talk about Halloween, Kinect, and The Walking Dead.

By November 1, 2010

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Xbox 360 update taps ESPN, Zune Music

Microsoft has launched the console's fall update, which includes access to ESPN and Zune Music and streamlines Netflix search.

By November 1, 2010

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Which game console should you buy?

Let CNET help you decide which home video-game console is best for you.

By November 23, 2011

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Xbox TV deal no solution for cable cutters

Xbox or cable box? Whatever it is, the Microsoft video console that just licensed content from 40 TV content suppliers isn't a Netflix killer.

By October 5, 2011

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Microsoft to bring cable programming to Xbox

The software giant announces long-rumored deals with 40 television content providers to bring cable content to Xbox Live.

By October 5, 2011

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Yahoo bolsters news content with ABC partnership

The pact kicked off today with the companies airing "Good Morning America." Is this a small step toward Yahoo regaining some of its past glory?

By October 3, 2011