SeerAndroid IF YOUD rather just sit back and watch the action, there are new technologies to improve the courtside experience. If your mobile runs the Android operating system, you can download an application to help you find your way around Wimbledons courts and get all the up-to- date action. Just hold up the mobile and point it at different parts of the grounds and the GPS and tilt sensor calculates what you are looking at and adds virtual tags to the image. Free, London Lite Thursday, 2 July 2009 13 OF A TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTION. HERE, WE PREVIEW THE BIGGEST HITTERS BioSlyx BIOSLYX is a compression clothing designed to squeeze the best out of you -- literally. These skin-tight garments have elastic sections to provide additional support to your muscles -- reducing the risk of soft tissue damage and muscle soreness during exercise. Available as shorts, tees or long trousers they also help regulate your temperature, draw surface moisture away from your body and protect you from the suns harmful rays -- a must-have in the current heat wave. 20-25, TheGamma ReboundNet ANOTHER way to get some practice when theres no one else to play with is to use the Gamma Rebound Net. Its a seven-foot-wide elastic circular net that serves both as target practice for beginners while also delivering a return that has more kick than your average wall. When not in use it collapses to just 3.5ft, making it handy for storage. About 163, amazon. com RACKET 75 years from now strings will be replaced with unbreakable magnetic fields -- no more re-stringing. VISOR Masks provide sun and injury protection while displays on the visor will help players spot high-speed balls. PROTECTIVE KIT Serves are now smashed, volley-style, with speeds reaching 238mph, so players will need to wear protective armour to avoid injuries. LacostesFuture ULTRA-HIGH-SPEED serves, balls with a mind of their own and players trussed up in more protective gear than a cricketer -- Lacoste has done some crystal-ball gazing and come up with its vision of the future of tennis 75 years from now... HeadRadical Proshoes THE latest addition to Heads line-up of tennis shoes, the Radical Pros, come with a mid-sole energy-absorbing technology that distributes high impact across the entire foot. It also uses a system of elastic fibres interwoven into a coiled structure that helps absorb shock and then release it again at the right moment during your stride to give you extra spring. According to Head, it also comes with its own climate-control system, releasing excess heat which helps to control moisture build-up. 80, index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html