Basis Takes On Jawbone, Nike, Finally Launches Its Impressive $199 Health Tracking Band

Basis Takes On Jawbone, Nike, Finally Launches Its Impressive $199 Health Tracking Band

techcrunch.com
New For Quantified Self devotees, data hounds and fitness enthusiasts, it’s a good time to be alive. Recent improvements in sensor technology, battery life and connectivity (and lower costs) have given rise to a slew of wearable gadgets and apps that make it easy to track and make sense of our...
Basis Takes On Jawbone, Nike, Finally Launches Its Impressive $199 Health Tracking Band
                                       

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Apple Indeed Talking with Cable Operators About New TV Product, But Launch Not Imminent

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Following up on yesterday's report suggesting that a launch of a new Apple television product may be "imminent" based on cable operators assessing infrastructure needs to support such a device, AllThingsD notes that Apple is indeed talking with cable operators but that characterizing any launch as "imminent" would be premature.For...
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