As if you don’t already have enough widgets on your iPhones (I’ve never seen so many phones shaken violently in my life!), Polo Ralph Lauren adds to the mix by introducing the first luxury American mobile commerce website. Customers can download software to their camera phones, which in turn will scan codes displayed in print […]
Lest you think that I have nothing else on my mind besides tennis whites (that’s partially true), let’s turn to other Wimbledon-related topics: GRUB: Elsanta, the “Pete Sampras” of strawberries, is the kind served in the world-famous Wimbledon dish. (On The Baseline) TECH: MYiOTA announced that it will offer a service to mobile phone customers […]
Bits and pieces from the web: Nadal receives praise, Coria cries foul, Kournikova throws a party, etc.
As if there weren’t enough browser-based Pong-like tennis games out there, the guys over at HEAD have their own version called Pong the Pro. I can’t quite get it to work on my computer here, so leave a comment and tell me if it’s good. I’ll play around with when I get a chance. RELATED […]
Cleaning out my inbox today…. Night Tennis: the new Twitter? The Nation reports that the Thailand Open is pulling out all the stops this season. They’ve got Miss Thailand World contestants as ballgirls, they’ve created a new logo, and will be running an extensive marketing campaign (USTA: take some notes) including interactive roadshows, the Thailand […]