This includes on-demand clips of news and highlights and a revamped interface designed for Android smartphones and tablets. The clips are also easier to get at since now you don't have to be logged in to your cable provider to access them.
And exclusive to tablet users – you can now use the WatchESPN app to watch the live broadcast of Monday Night Football games (though that is a feature that does require a cable login).
The app, now on version 5.1, looks only slightly different to the previous version but sports an array of new features.
Aside the new color scheme, it’s now easier to browse and organize videos and you can order articles based on factors like length, date and popularity.
The app has also been boosted with some performance improvements and minor bug fixes.
Instapaper, which was bought by BetaWorks in April, is now available for $3.99 from the App Store.
The new of Drive for iPhone and iPad sports the card-style design and also adds several smaller upgrades that make using the service on mobile a bit easier.
If you have a lot of files in your Drive account, you’ll appreciate that the list view now groups files a bit more intuitively and doesn’t just mix them all together. Also new is the ability to get links for any Drive file you want to share over email or in a text message (or store in a note).
That resolution means the new Galaxy Note has four times the pixel density of the current Galaxy Note 10 introduced about a year ago.
But the Galaxy Note also includes set of unique features including Multi Window for running separate instances of the same application. And the 2014 edition of the Galaxy Note 10.1 sports an enhanced S Pen which you can use to drag and drop content from one window to another.
You can also use the S Pen to take handwritten notes. And with Pen Window, Samsung says you can draw a window of any size on the screen, and instantly access unique in-application features such as YouTube or calculator.
Installed by contractor Aramark as a replacement for ageing cash registers, the Sports Business Journal (subscription required) reports that the tablets have been put in place to improve the customer experience by allowing fans to monitor the progress of their order, all while establishing a points system which rewards them for making a purchase.
In future, the contractor hopes to take this a step further by removing the tablet from its cradle so that people towards the back of the line can place their orders. There is even talk that fans may be able to order from their seats using customized smartphone and tablet apps.