Apple is getting into the sports software game by teaming up with “Sportstec” – a software program that provides quick edits of basketball game footage on iOS devices.
Bloomberg’s Senior West Coast correspondent Jon Erlichman takes a look.
Players and coaches are outfitted with iPads, where footage is cut and quickly turned to be showcased during the game. – Jon Erlichman
What makes out product really demanding is [that] this is done in real time, so a coach could come in at halftime and look at some video edits that were created during the first half and make adjustments. – Anwar McQueen, Sportstec VP
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Flash content? What’s Flash?
The only holdout is M. Cuban. Yep, just as I expected, with his anti apple mantra. What a loser!
This is the least of Mark Cuban’s issues. 😛
Transforming? Hyperbole much? Allowing for better practices after the game? I’ll buy that.
I thought that the NBA just signed a sponsorship agreement with Samsung. They are supposed to exclusively use samsung products.