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Technology News: Olympics spectator experience reaches new levels

Technology advancements over the last decade have been astounding, both for personal use and in sports and at this years Rio Olympics, several new gadgets will give spectators and athletes a better experience.

ESPN expands its horizons with new site now live in Australia

The largest and most prestigious sports media outlet has expended to the land down under as ESPN Australia launched on March 1.

David Ortiz swindled: Sues jeweler for selling him imitation gems

Boston - David Ortiz is suing a California jeweler for selling him pieces of gold and diamond jewelry that were fake or of low value. The sports star purchased the jewelry for $127,000 in 2010 before finding out its real value from an appraiser.

Las Vegas man sues NFL over 'local only' tickets

Las Vegas - A Las Vegas man is suing the NFL for $50 million based on discrimination of where he lives. John E. Williams III is a long time 49ers fan, but he wasn't allowed to purchase playoff tickets to last years contest against Seattle based on his address.

U.S.Open Tennis: Winners and losers getting big rise in money

The 2013 US Open Tennis Championship will start on August 26, but some big news came from the governing body on Wednesday as it was announced that the total prize pool will increase by nearly 35%.

NBA News: HGH testing could happen in next 12 months

NBA Commissioner David Stern is trying his best to rid the league of cheats and after talks last month with leagues Board of Governors, plans to have players tested for HGH could be in place by the start of the 2014 season.

NFL Star Aaron Hernandez allegedly involved in two shootings

Boston - New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been allegedly involved in two different shooting incidents and though no arrests have been made, he is being sued by one of the victims in Florida.

MLB News - Australia to host 2014 Baseball Opener

Sydney - Major League Baseball announced that the 2014 season will start with two games played in Sydney, Australia with the LA Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks set to face each other.

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