Reebok and MC10 have unveiled a new piece of wearable tech that could very well help to reduce the number and severity of sports-related head impact injuries.
This past week, the WNBA introduced a new piece of wearable tech to the game of basketball that could become the standard in other sports: the Ref Cam.
A former Lebanon-based pro swimmer has come up with a new device that makes tracking your swimming performance a lot easier.
Wearable tech comes to cyclists with a heart rate monitor embedded in a helmet.
Sport science benefits from new technology just like everything else, and this has given rise to what can reasonably called a "smart" basketball.
Can't make it to Brazil for the next World Cup? The land of the rising sun is where you'll wanna go to get real close to the action.
Solar power solutions have become popular for their utility as back-up power generators, especially for camping and outdoor activities when an electrical outlet may be hours away. But such solutions don't always need to be dedicated solely to serious considerations of survival off the grid: snowboarders need power too.
Forget about those cumbersome kayaks you've got to strap on top of the car or drag around on a trailer. The era of the foldable kayak is here. When folded, it slings over your shoulder like a messenger bag, at the ready in case you stumble across an unexpected stream you want to explore.
Humans and flies experience time in different ways. The perception of time is uneven amongst different species, and it turns out that it might be uneven among different people, too, especially during sporting events. A new study shows that time can slow down for athletes at certain points throughout a game.
It seems the NFL can't keep the competition limited to the field, as various iconic stadiums have added solar and renewable energy installations as others rush to get on board. Renewable energy upgrades could power everything from decorative stadium lighting, general stadium power needs and even electric vehicle charging stations.