For a mere $50 per year, you can watch unlimited out-of-market games, live, on your Android phone, iPhone, or iPod Touch. Alas, iPad users aren't allowed in on the action.
Adobe's Flash technology will help deliver streaming video of Major League Baseball games. MLB.com exec said Flash gave service more flexibility.
Yahoo Sports will show live and on-demand ball games for a fee; MLB.tv will get Yahoo ads. What's not to like? Oh, that's right, all the kerfuffle over at Yahoo.
CNET visits Citi Field to get a sneak peek at MLB.com's location-based services powered by Apple's iBeacon and Bluetooth LE.
A baseball fan at San Diego's Petco Park is seated at the ball park when a fly ball hits him hard. Why didn't he see it? He was on Facebook, of course.
The information network says it's ready to help marketers sync their TV ad campaigns with Twitter.
The social network is live-streaming Major League Baseball games for free until opening day in a test of its promotional power, says MLB.com.
Brands snap up Viacom's Twitter video-ad slots for the "MTV Video Music Awards," and the media giant starts prepping more for Comedy Central's roast of actor James Franco and more than 30 other programs.
MLB.com is launching a new iPhone service to stream live baseball games to your phone. Is this how all content will be delivered?
Third-party developers will be able to create and sell league-specific apps that can be integrated with players' teams, helping to streamline the decision-making process.