Some really interesting tech products are being introduced as we move toward the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show. Here’s two of this for this blog: Velocomp iBike and SensoGlove Digital Golf Glove.

The Velocomp iBike is described this way:

… by, a leading sports technology company and creator of the iBike Dash CC Cycling Computer introduced today iBike Coach, which transforms your iPhone into an amazing bike computer. Available at Target and other major retailers, iBike Coach includes a water and shock resistant case that works with any iPhone and a universal mount that securely attaches the case to any bike.

Also included with iBike Coach is the iBike Coach app that tracks cycling speed, distance, time, and displays maps while you are riding! And after your ride, share your ride exploits with friends and other cyclists with a free, six-month premium subscription to

iBike Coach will be showcased tomorrow, October 19th, at Showstoppers NY. See for info.

The $89 SensoGlove Digital Golf Glove reads like something out of Star Trek:

SensoGlove – the world’s first digital golf glove – teaches you how to play golf better and avoid bad habits. Its built-in digital sensors continuously read the user’s grip pressure to ensure a consistently accurate, smooth and powerful golf swing. Made of the highest quality cabretta leather, SensoGlove from Sensosolutions lets everyone quickly learn how to hold the club, improving every part of their game, from backswing, downswing, impact, follow-through, to driving, putting, and chipping. For more info, see:

Stay tuned for more tech news in this space.

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