The technology that’s changing the game of tennis in a big way

Whether you believe in it or not, technology in sport is a hot topic these days with regular and countless calls for more and more computerised systems to be used across the major sports, and no doubt, in the less known sports as well. The word technology can lend itself to many different subjects and…

TomTom extends Fitness Tracker range

TomTom Sports has extended its Fitness Tracker range with the launch of the new TomTom Touch Cardio. The TomTom Touch Cardio monitors your heart rate, tracks your steps, calories burned, sleep and active time. The TomTom Touch Cardio boasts a new design for everyday wear. It comes after the successful launch of the TomTom Touch Cardio…

Promotional: Why is big tournament football technology so patchy?

The 2014 World Cup in Brazil was, without question, the most technologically advanced ever. In short, it was the first seriously competitive international tournament to employ technology in a number of new ways – the most obvious being goal-line technology of course. And with so much at stake in major football competitions these days, it…

‘Gamin’ Post: Is Technology Ruining Rugby Union?

Since eventually turning professional nearly 20 years ago, rugby union has led the way in terms of incorporating technology into both the coverage of the game and its officiating. With ‘ref-cams’ giving fans an officials-eye view of the game and microphones allowing both spectators and TV viewers an opportunity to hear the interactions between players…

Wimbledon 2014: Where to watch the tennis online

As interest in that South American soccer carnival wanes, the good news is that Wimbledon 2014 kicks off today. And if you don't have access to a television to watch the coverage on the BBC, there are plenty of other…