November 18, 2015
Campbell, California-based TuringSense has raised $3 million in seed funding. The company is currently developing a wearable sensor for tennis players, but has plans to expand int other sports and eventually into the healthcare market.
Five investors contributed to the round: Angel Plus, ChinaRock Capital, Ideosource, SV Tech Ventures and Zen Water Capital, in addition to some angel investors....
August 25, 2015
In the past few years, a variety of professional sports leagues, including the NBA, NFL, and FIFA, have tested and used digital health offerings with athletes while training and tracking performance. Now, the LA Dodgers, a baseball team, and ad agency R/GA have launched an accelerator with 10 startups, two of which are digital health focused.
The three-month accelerator works with startups that...
July 2, 2014
Ecommerce website, SwimOutlet.com, has launched a public beta for its swim tracking platform.
The website helps swimmers track, share and compare the workouts they monitor with waterproof activity trackers. The platform, called Swim.com, received 5,000 beta requests within its first 10 days, according to the company.
“Swimming can be a lonely sport even in a busy pool, but we’ve built a platform...