Intel, X Games team up to advance sports technology
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Intel, X Games team up to advance sports technology This is a month old, but we’re willing to bet that many of our readers out there missed the incredible sports technology update. For last month’s X Games, they teamed up with Intel to place chips on the competitor’s snowboards. To professionals, analysts, and hardcore fans, […] The post Intel, X Games team up to advance sports technology appeared first on CoachUp Blog.