The online ticket reseller adds a feature to its mobile app that lets Giants fans get tickets beamed to their phone, no printouts needed.
Instead of showing paper tickets, fans can now enter a San Francisco Giants game using their mobile phones. CNET gets a demo from Mats Nilsson, StubHub's director of product, to see how the new scanning technology works.
This free app puts all your receipts in one place and notifies you of price drops, package delivery, and more.
High-end audio is expensive, but so are high-end cars, watches, wines, and other pricey indulgences.
Further building its ad tools, the online radio service adds stations crafted by major brands to "Stations You Might Like."
With all seven games sold out, the only way to buy tickets safely is to go online. You'll pay a huge premium, but at least you won't get turned away. Here's how to be careful.
To test the company's new digital wallet, we head to a Major League Baseball game where the Passbook ticketing system is in place.
Scammers are out in force online for the Super Bowl, as one California couple discover. They spend $5,900 and all they get is a FedEx and a taunt.
The vanguard service in streaming music is broadening its vision with a live-event tickets app, as the field for its primary business grows crowded.
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