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Here's What's New With iPods And iTunes (AAPL)

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Apple showed off revamped iPods and a soon-to-arrive new version of iTunes today. The company has left almost nothing in its music products unchanged. Here's the breakdown on what's new: The iPod Touch It will come in five colors. It has the same taller 4-inch screen as the iPhone 5....
Here's What's New With iPods And iTunes (AAPL)

MIO's Active Connect watch integrates with MyFitnessPal to help people lose weight effectively

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MIO, the maker of the world’s first strapless heart rate monitor watch, is unveiling today its newest product, the MIO Active Connect. This new device is something the company considers to be the first weight loss wristwatch, that will accurately gauges how many calories you’ve burned in order to assess...
MIO's Active Connect watch integrates with MyFitnessPal to help people lose weight effectively

Apple Shows Off Improved iPod Nano, Retina-Display iPod Touch With Siri

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Apple today unveiled a new line of iPod devices, punching up its popular music-playing hardware with improved battery life, displays and cameras. The new iPod Nano features a 2.5 inch, multitouch display. Apple showed off how widescreen video can be viewed when the Nano is turned on its side. It’s...
Apple Shows Off Improved iPod Nano, Retina-Display iPod Touch With Siri
Lost In The Supermarket? A New Sensor Will Navigate For You Indoors
Zamzee Cracks Gamified Fitness...For the Children
Forget Gamification, Build a True Fitness Game Instead

Fitbit’s New Aria Smart Scale: For When Tweeting Your Weight Just Isn’t Enough

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At some point in 2003, we walked into a Best Buy and walked out with a scale that measures our body fat percentage. But for the self-quantifiers among us, that kind of static measurement is woefully inadequate. If you're the kind of human that likes to correlate your BMI to...
Fitbit’s New Aria Smart Scale: For When Tweeting Your Weight Just Isn’t Enough

Google Now widget leaks, gets the 'now' up front and center

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Mountain View has silently been updating Google Now for a while -- throwing in a pedometer, some travel tools and even limited desktop support. A premature update to the feature's support page has revealed what's next: widgets. The proposed tool promises to give your Now cards a suitable abode...
Google Now widget leaks, gets the 'now' up front and center
Bloomberg: Apple to release its iWatch within 9 months

Dear digital diary - lifelogging in the internet age

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From sleeping and eating to exercise and travel, technology now allows us to track and analyse every detail of our lives. But how can it help us improve them?Strapping a small plastic box full of electronics to your forehead each night is a bedtime ritual that is neither comfortable nor...
Dear digital diary - lifelogging in the internet age
Nike Accelerator Spotlight: FitCause lets you donate to charity by walking to work

Rainy weather - so no extended walk; this is what the pocket pedometer reads for today so far

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Rainy weather - so no extended walk; this is what the pocket pedometer reads for today so far

Basis Sensor-Loaded Health Tracker Snags $11.5M

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Basis, maker of a health-tracking wristband that goes beyond the pedometer-like limitations of its many competitors, has raised $11.5 million in Series B funding led by Mayfield Fund. In addition to tracking a wearer’s motion, the back of the Basis watch face has sensors that detect heart rate, perspiration and...
Basis Sensor-Loaded Health Tracker Snags $11.5M
Basis: Moving beyond the glorified pedometer

Sony's dog harness action cam mount coming to Japan, countless YouTube clips to follow

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That Action Cam Pet Mount concept sitting cheekily in Sony's booth at CES? It's coming to Japan on April 26th for ¥5,250 (about $53). The mount is compatible with Sony's HDR-AS15 rugged video camera, and it features adjustable straps to fit medium- to large-sized inu. Sony says the lightweight,...
Sony's dog harness action cam mount coming to Japan, countless YouTube clips to follow

Founder James Park Reports That Fitbit Users Average About 6,000 Steps A Day, Introduces Us To The Flex

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The Fitbit pedometer is a fun way to track your daily perambulations. They’ve launched a number of products over the past year including the One and the Aria scale. At CES company just announced the Fitbit Flex, a tiny wrist-worn pedometer that syncs wirelessly with your phone or PC...
Founder James Park Reports That Fitbit Users Average About 6,000 Steps A Day, Introduces Us To The Flex

New Fitbits can sync with iPhones, Androids via Bluetooth 4.0

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Fitbit users: ever think to yourself, "I wish this thing would just sync wirelessly with my phone and be done with it?" Your wish has now been granted. Fitbit has announced that it's offering two new products targeted at a wider range of demographics, both aimed at taking the little pedometer-on-steroids...
New Fitbits can sync with iPhones, Androids via Bluetooth 4.0

Striiv makes mobile health a daily addiction

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The market for mobile health gadgets has taken off in the last year, with offerings coming fast and furious from Nike , Motorola, Jawbone and others. But are users actually engaging and sticking with these gadgets? Well, if Striiv is any indication, the momentum behind mobile health may be pretty...
Striiv makes mobile health a daily addiction

Striiv launches $70 Play pedometer to track your athletics without fatiguing your iOS device

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Following the recent launch of its iOS fitness app which proclaimed "no hardware required," Striiv has just announced new hardware for it anyway: the Striiv Play smart pedometer. But unlike the app alone, it lets you set off on your fitness adventures without toting an iDevice by doing the...
Striiv launches $70 Play pedometer to track your athletics without fatiguing your iOS device

Noom Weight Loss Coach Gets A Revamp After Hitting 13.5M Organic Downloads On Android

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Noom Weightloss Coach, an Android app that has seen over 13.5 million organic downloads, has just undergone a major redesign. The usual wheel on the homescreen has been replaced with a task list that shows all of your progress and goals at a glance. The exercise function has also been...
Noom Weight Loss Coach Gets A Revamp After Hitting 13.5M Organic Downloads On Android

Hands On With The Fitbit Aria Scale

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Fitbit has consistently proven to be the best smart pedometer on the market. Competitors exist, including the excellent Striiv, but the ease of use and portability of this little pedometer clip beats them all. In short, Fitbits just work. With the launch of the Aria wireless scale, Fitbit has added...
Hands On With The Fitbit Aria Scale

Google Now awarded Popular Science's Innovation of the Year

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Popular Science has given Google Now its "Innovation of the Year" award, putting it alongside past winners like the Large Hadron Collider, the Toyota Prius and the Mars Curiosity Rover. It's august company to be sure, and the reasoning behind the decision is that it's "the first virtual assistant...
Google Now awarded Popular Science's Innovation of the Year
Apple updates iPod nano with larger screen, Bluetooth, and an FM tuner

Ticking down to an iWatch debut: Reports say device to arrive this year

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The drumbeat of rumors regarding an Apple-made smart watch continues this week. This time it’s The Verge and Bloomberg saying that an iOS-based “iWatch” should arrive some time before the end of 2013. After reporting last month that a team of 100 people were working on a smart watch at...
Ticking down to an iWatch debut: Reports say device to arrive this year

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.
Fitness Tech Needs to Pick Up the Pace

Withings Pulse activity tracker shipping next month, tracks heart rate

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Withings is attempting to enter the activity tracking market by releasing its own fitness tracker. The Withings Pulse, a rebranded version of a device shown at CES earlier this year, is a clip-on pedometer with similar features to the Jawbone Up, Nike Fuelband, and the Fitbit range of trackers, though...
Withings Pulse activity tracker shipping next month, tracks heart rate

Apple's iWatch Could Arrive By The End Of 2013, Says Bloomberg

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Apple’s iWatch is the new primary focus of speculation for the company’s unannounced products, and a new article at Bloomberg today detailing its market potential also let slip that the wrist-mounted computer could arrive by the end of this year. Bloomberg’s source, which is one of the same that leaked details about...
Apple's iWatch Could Arrive By The End Of 2013, Says Bloomberg

ReadWriteWeb Recommends: Smartphone Pedometers

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A good smartphone pedometer tracks how close you're coming your fitness goal, but finding the right one is the first step. Read on for our recommendation on the best of the best. There i slew of studies suggesting that taking 10,000 steps a day is the easiest way to maintain a...
ReadWriteWeb Recommends: Smartphone Pedometers

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
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