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Code for an unannounced Android Fitness API suggests that Google is looking to jump on the activity-tracking trend sweeping tech.
It's only a prototype, but this Bluetooth-connected sensor that attaches to your racket looks like a great way to study your game.
The 9-gram sensor fits on the end of tennis racket and records everything from the speed of your swing to how much spin you put on the ball.
Equipped with sensors, this smart basketball helps you develop muscle memory so that you can take your game to the next level.
Using an array of high speed cameras pointed at the goal, referees will be able to get a notification of a scoring kick to a wrist watch.
Get into the swing of things with the help of apps and gadgets aimed at improving your golf game.
The NCAA men's college basketball tournament tips off Tuesday night. If you're nowhere near a TV, you don't have to miss any action. Here's how to watch March Madness on your mobile device or online.
Use these apps to follow your favorite athlete, get quick results, socially network about the Olympics, play games, or even look up rules for obscure sports.
Searching for a last-minute gift for the holidays? Look no further than Apple's App Store.
Calling all sports fans: Check out these 10 great apps for Google Android and Apple iOS that will keep you up to date on your favorite sport or team while on the go.
PC World editors Robert Strohmeyer, Tim Moynihan, Melissa Perenson, and Nick Mediati discuss the potential impact of Google Chrome OS on the computing industry. This is PC World Podcast episode 54.
Every Windows user should consider making these utilities part of their standard applications