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DALLAS — The Dallas Mavericks have turned to a Dallas startup to provide its new mobile application for fans. Dallas-based sports technology company Tixsee designed the new app for iPhone and Android. It includes a ticket purchasing portal allowing fans to view panoramic, high-definition images from the seats they’re considering. “When you’re ticket shopping, we provide you with real
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