Adidas launched a new piece of equipment called the Speed Cell which attach’s to your shoe to keep track of your workouts or fitness level. Nike has a similar device, which is most likely why Adidas also now has a device targeting the same thing. The Adidas Speed Cell keeps track of your foot speed, acceleration, and distance traveled. It has the ability to work with running and multiple sports. Unlike Nike’s device which is more targeted on running, the Speed Cell targets many different sports.
Porsche last week revealed their new and even sportier 2010 911 GT3 RS. Loaded with plenty of upgraded features compared to the GT3, including a 450hp 3.8L flat-6 engine, the new GT3 RS also boasts yet unwrapped technology – a purpose-built PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management), and an optional lithium-ion battery that saves 22 pounds over the standard unit.