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'You cannot be serious': IBM taps emotions for Wimbledon highlights

LONDON (Reuters) - John McEnroe, known for his on-court outbursts, would be in his element at next month's Wimbledon tennis tournament, where every fist-pump of elation and cry of angst will be analysed by artificial intelligence to compile video highlights.


A Scary Thought: Germany is Better Prepared Than in 2014

MOSCOW — For the 31 teams hoping to prevent Germany from becoming the first team to repeat as World Cup champion since 1962, here is a bit of less than encouraging news:


Gamers can play a part in driving F1's future

LONDON (Reuters) - Some of the world's fastest gamers could soon be driving Formula One's future, literally, by testing new ideas on virtual racetracks.


What Country Will Win the 2018 World Cup? Here Are Big Banks' Predictions

How do you predict which country will take home the Jules Rimet Trophy as the winner of the World Cup? That question, it turns out, is just as divisive among the world’s largest banks as it is in sports bars from Moscow to Manchester, England.


Germany's Bierhoff welcomes real-time data for coaches at World Cup

(Reuters) - The first ever use of tablet computers delivering real-time player data to coaches during World Cup matches next month is a useful tool that will make teams more flexible, Germany team manager Oliver Bierhoff said on Friday.


Euroleague puts fans in the picture with new app

LONDON (Reuters) - The cameras will be following the crowd, as well as the on-court action, when the Euroleague basketball playoffs start on Tuesday.

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Japanese chess prodigy, 14, breaks 30-year winning streak record

TOKYO (Reuters) - A 14-year-old Japanese player of the traditional chess-like board game of shogi has captured the nation's heart by winning a record straight 29 matches, breaking a record held for 30 years.

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Intel signs Olympics sponsorship deal

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Intel Corp said on Wednesday that it would become a major sponsor of the International Olympic Committee, making the chipmaker the latest technology company to put marketing dollars behind the global sporting event.

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After McDonald's exit, IOC and Intel forge Olympic tie-up to 2024

ZURICH (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee will partner with Intel through 2024, the IOC said on Wednesday, bringing in the U.S. technology group after McDonald's last week ended a tie-up three years early.


Green Jacket pours greenbacks into Augusta economy

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - It is anyone’s guess which player will wear the Green Jacket on Sunday night, but one certain winner of the Masters is the city of Augusta.