The Basis B1 Fitness Band Is Amazing But Still Needs Polish
The Basis B1 Fitness Band Is Amazing But Still Needs Polish
                                       

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Jawbone "Acqhires" Data and Digital Design Firms Massive Health, Visere

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Jawbone, maker of trendy audio devices and, more recently, a wearable fitness band, has acquired two companies focused on digital design and data analysis for an undisclosed amount. One of the companies, Massive Health, is the maker of an iPhone app called The Eatery that encourages users to snap photos...
Jawbone "Acqhires" Data and Digital Design Firms Massive Health, Visere

Here's An Early Look At Armour39, Under Armour's New Fitness Tracker

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Unlike the Nike FuelBand or Jawbone Up, Under Armour's monitor straps across your entire body. Under Armour will be the latest sports gear company to get in on the fitness band craze with its upcoming physical activity tracker Armour39, the company announced Thursday. The Baltimore-based company describes Armour39 as...
Here's An Early Look At Armour39, Under Armour's New Fitness Tracker

Top Gadgets at CES: A roundup of what the web liked best

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This year's Consumer Electronics Show is drawing to a close and most tech sites are handing out opinions and awards about which gadgets were the best in show for 2013. Among the big hits were Panasonic's 4K tablet, the massive Samsung 110-inch Ultra HD TV, Kingston's 1TB thumb drive,...
Top Gadgets at CES: A roundup of what the web liked best

LG's Smart Activity Tracker wields a swipeable touchscreen and smart TV apps, we go hands-on (video)

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We've seen our fair share of wearable tech here at CES already and LG is looking to cast its hat in the ring as well. A waltz through the company's booth revealed the Smart Activity Tracker: a device that rests comfortably on the wrist, much like the Nike+ FuelBand...
LG's Smart Activity Tracker wields a swipeable touchscreen and smart TV apps, we go hands-on (video)

Basis fitness tracker gets an Android app, to be available in Q1; iOS version still in the works

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We'll say this about Basis: no one can accuse it of rushing products to market. It was a whole year ago back at CES 2012 that the company first announced its fitness band, which only just went on sale six weeks ago. It's a pretty promising device, actually, with...
Basis fitness tracker gets an Android app, to be available in Q1; iOS version still in the works

The Fitbug Orb may be the best cheap fitness tracker on the market

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Fitbug aims to bring the cost of fitness trackers down with its Fitbug Orb tracker. The tiny little pill-shaped device uses an accelerometer to track steps and "aerobic steps" (steps where you're taking a more intense stride, like when you're running). It will even track your sleep if you...
The Fitbug Orb may be the best cheap fitness tracker on the market

Larklife fitness band jogs into retail stores, nags you about exercise and sleep patterns

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Sure, your iPhone already keeps track of your work schedules, lunch meetings and Lego creations -- isn't it about time you let it tell you when to go to bed, too? It can, if you're so inclined -- at least when paired with a Larklife fitness band. This wearable...
Larklife fitness band jogs into retail stores, nags you about exercise and sleep patterns
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