paidContent reviewed live streaming video for US Open Tennis Championships on the iPad as well as new mobile features from the USTA.
The conclusion: The Safari-optimized version of USOpen.org is a bit confusing, and images of the five courts don't come with helpful details like who is playing where. However, video quality is good when the connection is good and users can switch between matches easily. Video delay is a serious problem, since matches shown on live TV, have a long head start on the mobile apps.
Primarily used by people in the stands in Flushing, the US Open iPhone app has highly useful features like seating charts, dining guides, venue maps, and USOpen.org Live Radio, paidContent said. The USTA also created a WAP site which includes live scores, limited spectator info, and the radio app and can by used by iOS, Blackberry, Android mobile phones, but not by Windows phones.