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Silicon Valley sports tech company TuringSense’s new product aims to completely reinvent the game of tennis. The PIVOT wearable sits squarely at the intersection of sports and technology. Unlike products...

Alexandre Israel, Bablat CPX Global Activation Programs Manager, wears the POP. [social_warfare] Connected tennis is big business. Players looking for new ways to improve their game are turning to the...

Everyone forgets the score.  (If you’re getting pounded, maybe you forget on purpose?) Here’s a new bit of wearable tech designed to fix that problem. It’s called Pulse Play. It syncs...

Tennis news and tidbits this early November: Tennis Channel will air the Barclay's ATP World Tour finals that run November 9 – 16, 2014 in London. More than 50 live hours of tennis ahead! 🙂...

Technology is seeping into tennis and just like many things, real live hands-on coaching and line calling may become a thing of the past thanks to the advances.  But it'll cost ya 10K.  The...

Another fund seeking tennis product wants in with your tennis love. Smash is a bracelet of sorts that analyses your game and gives coaching tips via an app on your handheld.  Take a look at the video...

For tennis players who travel or are new in town the new Tennis Buddy app could mean good times ahead. The free app is available in the app store and with some basic information, including your game level,...

Prince has launched an interactive tennis racquet selector app designed to make the process of choosing stick an easier task. Visit iam.princetennis.com to try it out. The app runs you through six...

Headed outside to play tennis despite a regional forecast for rain? Check out a new app from Ourcast first. Those gray clouds may not rain on your clay (or whatever your surface). Ourcast offers hyper-local...

Anyone interested in sports has likely seen some form of promo for Nike's new FUELBAND. I found this video that pretty well sums it up. Very cool, very easy. I'm predicting lots of stair-taking...