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Why The iPad May Save The Internet Fridge

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In part 1 of our interview with Adam Greenfield, author of Everyware: The Dawning Age of Ubiquitous Computing, we discussed the impact of the iPhone and other smartphones on the Internet of Things. In Part 2, we explore how the Apple iPad may also become a key device. Adam Greenfield...
Why The iPad May Save The Internet Fridge
iMaze Lets You Turn Your Photos Into A Maze And Race Your Friends To The Finish

How to Lose Weight Fast

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How to Lose Weight Fast is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedWhen doing a Google search for ‘weight loss tips,’ my post on the subject will come up as the first result. One caller the other night...
How to Lose Weight Fast

RunKeeper unveils “the healthy button” to share fitness content online

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Who knew the Internet could help us be healthier? With a plethora of knowledge at our fingertips, and a range of health and fitness related apps that make keeping track of our health relatively easy, improved health and wellness is a welcomed by product of the digital age. Since its...
RunKeeper unveils “the healthy button” to share fitness content online

Kinect PlayFit launches for Xbox Live, tracks all of the calories you burn playing 'Star Wars'

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Get fit playing "Star Wars?" That's the dream, isn't it? Microsoft is looking to make that dream a reality with its Kinect PlayFit, a new fitness dashboard for the Xbox Live that helps users track burned calories across Kinect titles like "Dance Central 2," "Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2012"...
Kinect PlayFit launches for Xbox Live, tracks all of the calories you burn playing 'Star Wars'

Nike launches the Nike+ API developer portal ahead of its startup accelerator in March

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Sports footwear and apparel giant Nike has opened its Nike+ API developer portal, providing teams with the tools and resources they need to combine the popular Nike+ fitness metrics with their own profile and activity data. The new portal has been launched to coincide with the Nike+ Accelerator program, an initiative being...
Nike launches the Nike+ API developer portal ahead of its startup accelerator in March

Bike, hike, run: 3 apps to take with you outdoors [video]

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Now that it’s (technically) spring, you’re probably ready to get outside and soak up some vitamin D — I know I am. The iOS App Store is filled with sports and activity apps, but these are three I’ve been using and I recommend: Spotcycle, AllTrails and WalkTracker Pro. If you’re...
Bike, hike, run: 3 apps to take with you outdoors [video]
Look out Nike Fuel band, UnderArmour's fitness strap measures WILLPower!

How would you change the Jawbone Up?

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Ordinarily, we'd be dismissive if you answered that question with "Doy, make it work!" but in the special case of the Jawbone Up, it's entirely apt. The wristband promised plenty of technological advances that would track your sleep, calories burned and diarize your food intake, all within the confines...
How would you change the Jawbone Up?

DailyDirt: Bacon A La Mode

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Bacon is an almost universally-loved food item -- it's salty and fatty and meaty all at the same time. So it's not too surprising that people will try to add bacon to almost any dish. Everything is better with bacon... and here are some examples that test that assertion. The...
DailyDirt: Bacon A La Mode

Scosche Industries rolls out Rhythm, iOS exercise aid

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Consumer electronics manufacture Scosche has unveiled the Rhythm, a pulse monitor and iOS app combo providing users a simple way to manage, track, and analyze workouts. The device combines to alternating LEDs with a photo sensor for accurate measurement of user's pulse, with an accelerometer allowing the device to adjust...
Scosche Industries rolls out Rhythm, iOS exercise aid
Work it: Fitbit Flex exercise wristband ships today at $100

Get moving Android owners: You’ve got a Fitbit app!

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Five months after it debuted an app for iOS, the team at Fitbit has followed up with a version for Android smartphones and tablets. The free software works on Android 2.1 or better and works in conjunction with the Fitbit Wireless Tracker, a small $99 sensor that tracks steps,...
Get moving Android owners: You’ve got a Fitbit app!

Withings WiFi scale syncs weight with BodyMedia site, won't let you hide from the truth

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Are you using a Withings WiFi Body Scale to monitor your weight-loss efforts? Are you also using a BodyMedia FIT Armband to track your activity and calories burned? Get ready for a body-stat explosion, because now you can pair the two devices to streamline all that info on your...
Withings WiFi scale syncs weight with BodyMedia site, won't let you hide from the truth

Fitbit looks beyond the clip with new Flex activity and sleep wristband, coming Spring 2013 for $99.95

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Not wanting to be left out by rivals Nike, Jawbone and an increasing number of fitness tracking companies, Fitbit has updated its activity and sleep range with the launch of the Fitbit Flex, a new wristband aimed at those that often forget or lose their Fitbit One clip. Fitbit says...
Fitbit looks beyond the clip with new Flex activity and sleep wristband, coming Spring 2013 for $99.95

Google brings nutrition information for more than 1,000 food items to search

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Google can already answer plenty of questions for you without requiring you to delve into the actual search results, and you can now add yet one more category to its knowledge base. The company's today announced that it can answer a range of nutrition-related questions for over 1,000 different...
Google brings nutrition information for more than 1,000 food items to search

GrubHub adds Uber-like mapping tools to your delivery, so your paunch knows when to expect the eats

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If you are anything like your humble servant, if it wasn’t for GrubHub,you would have died by now of malnutrition. The service, which binds together a city’s restaurants into a single interface, allowing for a unified ordering and payment system, is akin to magic. If you tend to eat at your desk...
GrubHub adds Uber-like mapping tools to your delivery, so your paunch knows when to expect the eats

KFC's Bacon Sandwich On Fried Chicken "Bread" Starts Killing People Nationwide April 12

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Last August, we wrote about the "Double Down," a mysteriously tempting (and potentialy lethal) new food item being tested by KFC. For those coming late to the story, it's bacon and cheese sandwiched between two pieces of fried chicken. And now, many months later, I'll finally be able to...
KFC's Bacon Sandwich On Fried Chicken "Bread" Starts Killing People Nationwide April 12

The Stupidity Of The 'Just Go Without' Argument

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Every time a major player in the content industry does something obtuse or flat-out malevolent in an effort to preserve whatever "market share" or "positioning" it feels is more important than actually serving customers the way they prefer to be served, the discussion turns to the benefits of piracy. Pirated...
The Stupidity Of The 'Just Go Without' Argument

Goodbye 300 calories, it was nice to know ya.

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Goodbye 300 calories, it was nice to know ya.
Fitbit joins wearable fitness-tracking realm with Bluetooth 4.0-enabled $100 Flex Wristband

Fitbit announces the Flex wristband, a $100 fitness tracker to take on the Jawbone Up

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You know what they say, right? You can never have too many fitness trackers. After coming out with two health monitors back in September, Fitbit is back with a third product, the Flex -- a waterproof wristband seemingly designed to compete with the Jawbone Up. (In PR speak: "Fitbit...
Fitbit announces the Flex wristband, a $100 fitness tracker to take on the Jawbone Up
Fitness Tech Needs to Pick Up the Pace

Killer at Large, King Corn, & Food, Inc.

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Killer at Large, King Corn, & Food, Inc. is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedSomeone in our chat room asked me if I had watched any movies lately that I would recommend to everyone. I’ve seen a...
Killer at Large, King Corn, & Food, Inc.
Eating Fast Is Destroying Your Body. The HAPIfork's Buzz Can Help

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

These sensor-infused socks track your steps and ID injury-prone running styles

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In the past few years, you’ve heard of smartphones, smart-watches and most recently, smart-glasses. Now, courtesy of a Redmond-based startup, we have yet another ordinary product attached to your body that’s becoming more intelligent: smart socks. Meet Heapsylon, a company founded two years ago by three Microsofties that is...
These sensor-infused socks track your steps and ID injury-prone running styles
Instabeat Is Revolutionary HUD For Swimming Goggles You Can Back On Indiegogo

My First 48 Hours With Nike FuelBand - The Good, The Bad And The Frustrating

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On Monday afternoon I received a present from Nike's marketing department: My very own $149 FuelBand. The FuelBand is a plastic device you wear on your wrist to track daily fitness.I was pumped. It looked pretty cool, and I need motivation to exercise.It's been 48 hours since I slapped it...
My First 48 Hours With Nike FuelBand - The Good, The Bad And The Frustrating
Withings challenges Fitbit with Bluetooth Activity Tracker and Star Trek-inspired scale
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?