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Hands On With a "Smart" Bluetooth Basketball

By DMO Affiliate
A new Bluetooth basketball from a company called InfoMotion promises to track your shot arc and dribbling skills, then send the info to your smartphone for immediate feedback. Is it worth $295 dollars? AllThingsD's Lauren Goode tries it out.
Hands On With a "Smart" Bluetooth Basketball




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