SmartGlass floors for sports courts, the world's most sophisticated fitness tracker, BlackBerry gets an app store, and Atari files for bankruptcy.
Today, we check out the SmartGlass floors for sports courts that can change layouts according to the sport you're playing, a sophisticated fitness tracker that knows the difference between push-ups and jogging and the BlackBerry app store. Lastly, Atari files for bankruptcy unfortunately!
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A SmartGlass floor in a gym or arena can change the markings to match whatever sport is being played.
While you're running around on the SmartGlass court, you might want to slap on an Amiigo to record all the calories you're burning! It'll recognize 100 different activities, and it knows the difference between running and a push up.
BlackBerry World isn't a brand new theme park. Itâ€™s the BlackBerry app store, now redesigned with music, movies, and TV. BlackBerry 10 devices will launch at the end of this month, and they expect to have 70,000 apps ready to go.