Posts Tagged: sports

Insta360’s tiny wearable sports cam has video stabilization

Insta360 — as the name implies — is usually known for its 360-degree cameras, but this time, it's braving sports cam territory with a little surprise, literally. The Insta360 Go is apparently the "world's smallest stabilized camera" — so small tha…
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[TA Deals] Save on the XT9 truly wireless sports headphones with an including charging dock (62% off)

Need a new set of wireless earbuds to work out in? We’ve got an offer that you might not want to pass up. The XT9 truly wireless earbuds are the perfect companion for running and working out thanks to their ergonomic design that won’t fall out of your ears, and they’re on a pretty big […]

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HQ Trivia host Scott Rogowsky leaves for a sports show

HQ Trivia has been broadcasting its live game show to mobile devices for about a year and a half now, and usually the events were hosted by "quiz daddy" Scott Rogowsky. He hasn't been on the air for the last few weeks, and as TMZ first reported today…
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Audi Sport’s e-tron GT will be based on Porsche’s Mission E

Audi's performance Sport division announced that will introduce a four-door high-performance EV as part of Audi and VW's grand electrification plans. The E-Tron GT will be based on the Porsche Mission E platform and built alongside the E-Tron Quattro…
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World’s fastest bumper car tops 100 mph with a 600cc sports bike engine

British mad scientist Colin Furze likes to make things fast. His latest project is the world’s fastest bumper car for Top Gear’s. With a 600cc, 100-horsepower sports bike engine, it set a world record by averaging more than 100 mph.

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Syllable D700 Wireless Sports Earbuds review

Wireless earbuds, particularly for sporting and fitness activities, can get expensive. The Jaybird X2’s sit at $ 100 or more. While quality headphones, not everyone wants to invest that much money into earphones. Enter, the Syllable D700 wireless sport earbuds. Syllable believes they’re on par with more pricey headphones, and they might just be. Find out […]

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Garmin’s Fenix Chronox could be the most stylish sports watch we’ve ever seen

Garmin combines luxury and sport with its latest smart watch, the Fenix Chronos, which features an ultra-sleek look, yet still carries the features would expect from a sports watch under the hood.

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Looking for MLB live-streams? Yahoo’s redesigned Sports app has you covered

Yahoo Sports has completely redesigned its mobile app for iOS and Android. The app now offers a personalized guide to Major League Baseball (MLB) live-streams, and also hosts selected MLB streams itself.

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Polar pairs Android Wear with fitness tracking for the M600 sports watch

Polar has announced its latest fitness tracker, the M600, which is the company’s first to feature Google’s Android Wear. The tracker also offers a proprietary heart rate monitor and is waterproof.

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Trends with Benefits: Watching sports in VR, civilian space travel, real-life cyborgs

You can finally watch sports in VR (but you might feel like a peeper), Blue Origin plans to start sending people into space as soon as 2017, and DARPA wants to make cyborgs a reality.

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Garmin’s latest sports watch gets a new heart rate sensor

Garmin has launched a trio of GPS running watches, including the first equipped with the company's new wrist-based heart rate sensor. The Forerunner 235 uses the "Garmin Elevate" optical sensor that displays heart rate and training zone directly on…
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