For eight years, A's coach Tye Waller has been collecting data on opposing players and methodically building an application that gives the team an advantage on defense and on the bases.
The football team, which plays its first game in its new stadium Sunday, worked with SAP to improve its scouting through the use of data analytics.
A South Korean baseball team has installed robots at the stadium that display faces and messages of fans who can't make it to the game.
Speaking to Congress, two astronomers from SETI describe the chances of finding aliens as almost 100 percent.
The jury in the latest Apple-Samsung patent trial might ultimately say that it followed the law scrupulously. But might a little humanity on the part of these supposed "tech novices" also have come into play?
President Obama's press secretary reveals that the White House objects to Samsung's use of a selfie taken by its sponsored slugger, Red Sox' David Ortiz.
Nefarious beings get into certain Major League Baseball teams' Facebook pages, in one case declaring that the Yankees' Derek Jeter will return in 2013 as Minnie Mantlez.
TicketLeap is using technology to replace ticket QR codes with, guess what, your selfies. Say hello to the Selfie Ticket.
MeetAtTheAirport.com offers the whistleblower $100,000 to tweet on its behalf. A stipulation of the offer is that he mustn't leak classified information.
Unlike other recent data leaks that involved hacking, this one at the Major League Baseball team was due to human error.