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Fitbit Flex review

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More Info Jawbone Up review (2012) Fitbit announces the Flex wristband, a $100 fitness tracker Fitbit updates Android app with wireless syncing We have truly entered the era of the quantified self. Editorials are shouting it from the rooftops, technologists are snickering "I told you so" and you, dear...
Fitbit Flex review

Where Apple and Dick Tracy May Converge

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Where Apple and Dick Tracy May Converge: I swear I just read something about Dick Tracy and Apple's iWatch... Oh, that's right: I wrote it 10 days ago. But Nick Bilton of NYT does add quite a bit to the notion, namely sources pointing to the use of curved glass...
Where Apple and Dick Tracy May Converge
Apple launches its 2012 Holiday Gift Guide

My Completely Overwhelming And Amazing SXSW Adventure

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On Wednesday I returned from my first-ever South by Southwest trip. It was the first time I've ever traveled somewhere and been surrounded by familiar faces. There were tech bloggers like Alexia Tsotsis, Eric Eldon and Erick Schonfeld.  There were startup executives like Foursquare's Dennis Crowley, Airtime's Sean Parker...
My Completely Overwhelming And Amazing SXSW Adventure
Your next diet, fitness, & sleep coach will probably be a wearable gadget like this one

On “aggressively personal” social app Path, the average user has only 6 connections [Video]

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This post is part of a series sponsored by Internet Explorer 9. Learn more here. Path has captured the hearts of the early adopter set since it relaunched with its app aimed at sharing with your closest friends. At SXSW, Courtney Boyd Myers caught up with its VP of...
On “aggressively personal” social app Path, the average user has only 6 connections [Video]

Nike to open FuelBand API to mix music, movement

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Nike let slip Friday night that it would open up a beta version of an app programming interface (API) for its FuelBand movement tracker. South by Southwest Managers Hack organizer Backplane briefed The Next Web that developers would soon have the option of integrating the FuelBand with their own music...
Nike to open FuelBand API to mix music, movement
More sensors are coming to professional sports, but research outpaces business models
Zamzee Cracks Gamified Fitness...For the Children
NikeFuel Missions make daily exercise into an exciting game

Tim Cook at D11: Wearables are Incredibly Interesting, Nothing Great on the Market

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At this year's annual All Things Digital conference hosted by AllThingsD, Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher asked Apple CEO Tim Cook about wearable devices, such as Apple's much rumored smart watch, which has been dubbed the "iWatch." Tim Cook mentioned that he found wearables to be "incredibly interesting" and went...
Tim Cook at D11: Wearables are Incredibly Interesting, Nothing Great on the Market

Nike+ FuelBand app for iOS adds friends and sharing, no small amount of bragging

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Where's the fun in owning an exercise tracker like the Nike+ FuelBand if you can't lord your healthiness over others? Nike must have wondered the same thing, as it just updated the FuelBand's iOS app to add Nike+ Friends. Wearers can now learn where their step count places them...
Nike+ FuelBand app for iOS adds friends and sharing, no small amount of bragging

In Activity-Tracking Race, Larklife Band Comes Up Short

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A friend recently said something to me that stuck: You can’t manage what you don’t measure. That’s the basic premise behind all of these new activity trackers you might be hearing about. And I’ve tested quite a few of them throughout the past year. I didn’t love the Nike+ Fuelband,...
In Activity-Tracking Race, Larklife Band Comes Up Short
Fitbit brings Bluetooth 4.0 support to Android app, now syncs activity in real-time

Nike-backed accelerator to support a new wave of digital fitness startups

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Sports giant Nike is launching the Nike+ Accelerator program — a three-month program to foster startups — in conjunction with Boulder, Colo.-based TechStars. According to Monday’s announcement, the program targets companies that use Nike+ technology, including the FuelBand and Nike+ Running app, to create products and services for athletes to get help in...
Nike-backed accelerator to support a new wave of digital fitness startups

Bluetooth Gets Physical To Power Fitness Devices

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Bluetooth is managed by an industry group, and that body has just released two new standards that'll result in a whole new range of fitness sensors. Bluetooth's low energy wireless systems are ideal for sensors that measure the movements of people exercising while running or cycling--sensors that have long battery...
Bluetooth Gets Physical To Power Fitness Devices
Nike Accelerator Spotlight: FitCause lets you donate to charity by walking to work
6 technologies and innovations that could finally go mainstream in 2013

The world’s first ‘Nike+ FuelStation’ opens in London, designed for digitally-enabled athletes

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Nike has opened the world’s first ever Nike+ FuelStation, launching at London’s Boxpark – a ‘temporary’ pop-up mall. For the record, Boxpark strips and refits shipping containers to create “low cost, low risk, ‘box shops’”, and puts them together with a mix of international fashion and lifestyle brands, galleries and...
The world’s first ‘Nike+ FuelStation’ opens in London, designed for digitally-enabled athletes
Is the Internet of Things the future of narcissism?
Work it: Fitbit Flex exercise wristband ships today at $100
Apple smartwatch said to be coming in 2013 with iOS and health-monitoring on board

Apple's new smartwatch will run iOS and be launched before the end of the year, according to reports

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Rumors of a smartwatch currently being developed by Apple continue to gain traction, as both Bloomberg and The Verge shed some light on its current development status and how it will operate in day-to-day use. Bloomberg has reported that Apple currently has a team of “about 100 product designers” who...
Apple's new smartwatch will run iOS and be launched before the end of the year, according to reports

No Fitbit Or Fuelband Necessary. The Moves App Tracks Your Steps From The iPhone.

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For those of you who don’t have the disposable income or the obsessiveness of a Quantified Self devotee to try every single smart pedometer out there like the Fuelband, Fitbit or Jawbone Up, there’s an app for you. Called Moves, the free app just landed in the iOS store...
No Fitbit Or Fuelband Necessary. The Moves App Tracks Your Steps From The iPhone.

Dave Morin, Post-Pathgate: Dealing With Unprecedented Scale, Hopeful About The Future

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In case you live under a rock (I hate that played out phrase, someone please come up with something better) Path founder Dave Morin has been through a hellish past two weeks — About a week before Valentine’s Day, his app came under major fire for uploading user iOS Address Books....
Dave Morin, Post-Pathgate: Dealing With Unprecedented Scale, Hopeful About The Future
Fitness Tech Needs to Pick Up the Pace
The part of wearables that geeks forget about: not looking like a tool
The Best (and Worst) Marketing Gimmick in Austin

Here comes Cody, another fitness-oriented app

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Based on how much brain power is going into creating health and fitness technologies, you’d be surprised that there’s an obesity problem in this country. Nearly every week we come across a new application in the health, fitness and wellness arena. This week, for example, we’ve already written about Mindbloom’s Proof...
Here comes Cody, another fitness-oriented app
The future of fitness: Bluetooth opens up with new running, cycling standards
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