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NFL Teams Considering IPads To Replace Playbooks

February 6th, 2011 02:48 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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bonch writes “Pete Walsh, technology head for the Dallas Cowboys, says he and other teams are considering iPads and other tablets as a replacement for paper playbooks, saving about 5,000 pages of printouts per game. Not only is it a huge savings in paper, but a lost iPad might also be remotely wiped to prevent a team’s plays falling into the wrong hands. One concern is security and whether or not a tablet could be wirelessly hacked.”

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