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I will judge people wearing this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Livestrong_wristband That is all.

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I will judge people wearing this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Livestrong_wristband That is all.

Dream:On: This iOS app promises to influence your dreams

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There are no shortage of apps to help you get fit and healthy. But whilst running, cycling and hiking are all pivotal parts of the keep-fit process, it’s important not to underestimate the role that sleep plays in our mental and physical wellbeing. We’ve previously written about the likes of...
Dream:On: This iOS app promises to influence your dreams

Nike to make huge splash at SXSW by opening up its FuelBand API at Managers Hack

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If you would have told me at the beginning of the week that the company who was making the biggest splashes in tech would be Nike, I would have told you that you’re nuts. However, that’s exactly what has happened this week. Yesterday, Path announced that it would be opening...
Nike to make huge splash at SXSW by opening up its FuelBand API at Managers Hack

Meet Codoon, Jawbone UP's Chinese Knock-Off

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Codoon is one of the first wearable tech gadgets produced by a Chinese company. It’s also an almost exact copy of the Jawbone UP. Sina Tech reports Chinese consumers will be able to get a Codoon on their wrists by the beginning of June. Like the Jawbone UP, the Codoon...
Meet Codoon, Jawbone UP's Chinese Knock-Off
4iiii's Viiiiva heart rate monitor works wirelessly with the iPhone
Your next diet, fitness, & sleep coach will probably be a wearable gadget like this one

Social pollution masks? Winning wearable tech ideas

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Frog Design asked designers to invent wearable tech concepts, with results ranging from interactive tree displays to a wristband that helps wearers navigate NY subways. [Read more]...
Social pollution masks? Winning wearable tech ideas

Lark's new $149 wristband goes beyond sleep to track your whole life

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Lark got its humble start as a vibrating wrist alarm before evolving into a sleep coach with the Lark Pro. Now, the new Larklife is taking it several steps further by offering a 24-hour solution for tracking exercise, diet and sleep. Priced at $149.99 with pre-orders beginning now, the wristband...
Lark's new $149 wristband goes beyond sleep to track your whole life

Nike+ FuelBand hits the FCC, reveals some finer details

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While the Nike+ FuelBand was announced a couple of weeks ago, it has now spent its requisite time under the lens of the FCC, giving away a few more details about what we can expect from the fitness wristband when it launches later this year. Software for the device...
Nike+ FuelBand hits the FCC, reveals some finer details

Fitter, Happier: an eight week exercise in using technology to help lose weight

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For 27 years he ate what he wanted and avoided exercise like the plague. Can an arsenal of fitness gadgets make this human healthier in just eight weeks? From the snake oil salesman to the Thighmaster(TM), science and technology have promised the end of obesity, ill health and lethargy...
Fitter, Happier: an eight week exercise in using technology to help lose weight

Why Dennis Crowley Loves The Nike+ FuelBand

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We went to check out the Nike event at SXSW. There is so much stuff being given out here for free, we were surprised that there was actually a line to go in and buy something: The Nike+ FuelBand. It's a wristband that keeps track of your daily activity and...
Why Dennis Crowley Loves The Nike+ FuelBand
Nike has no plans to release FuelBand Android app, says it's focused on iOS

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

Jawbone reattempts Up wrist-based lifestyle monitor

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Jawbone is retrying its wrist-based health monitor by improving and re-releasing the Up. Worn on the wrist, the Up uses various sensors to measure how people eat, sleep, move and generally live their lives, in an effort to help users live a more healthy lifestyle. The wristband then connects to...
Jawbone reattempts Up wrist-based lifestyle monitor

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?

Jawbone Acquires BodyMedia for More Than $100 Million, as Wearable Tech Gets More Intense

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Jawbone, looking to gain even more traction in the wearable health and fitness market, is snapping up another health product company. The Bay Area-based private company has acquired BodyMedia, Inc., a 14-year-old Pittsburgh-based company that makes health-monitoring armbands. The move comes just a couple months after Jawbone, which makes the...
Jawbone Acquires BodyMedia for More Than $100 Million, as Wearable Tech Gets More Intense

Jawbone's UP wristband could affect healthcare for all of us Wristband Could Change Healthcare

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Beyond the quirky gadget lies a much larger project: changing healthcare - for better or for worse Hyperkinetic as he is, Hosain Rahman, the Jawbone founder, must be saturating his Jawbone UP wristband with data. The rubberised band, nicely designed by Yves Behar, is filled with miniaturized electronics: accelerometers and...
Jawbone's UP wristband could affect healthcare for all of us Wristband Could Change Healthcare
Aetna's not just an insurance company, it now has a fitness app too

Basis fitness tracker finally goes on sale for $199, mobile apps still MIA

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Remember the Basis Band, that fitness-tracking wristband that was supposed to come out earlier this year? Well, the company obviously missed its target for an "early 2012" launch, but it's been busy refining the product and publishing intermittent blog posts to let people know how the device has been...
Basis fitness tracker finally goes on sale for $199, mobile apps still MIA

Backed Or Whacked: iPads In Good Standing

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Editor’s note: Ross Rubin is principal analyst at Reticle Research and blogs at Techspressive. Each column will look at crowdfunded products that have either met or missed their funding goals. Follow him on Twitter @rossrubin. Backed or Whacked first explored the murky underworld of iPad wearing devices last November. The GoPad saw its Kickstarter campaign whacked...
Backed Or Whacked: iPads In Good Standing

Jawbone buys BodyMedia to go big in wearable technology and health tracking

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Over the past couple of years, Jawbone has been building up its position in wearable computing and health tracking with the launch of its Up wristband and the purchase of MassiveHealth and Visere. But with the acquisition of BodyMedia – a pioneer in wearable body monitoring technology – Jawbone is showing...
Jawbone buys BodyMedia to go big in wearable technology and health tracking
Jawbone UP Users: How Is Your End Cap Holding Up?

Crowdfunding Confidential: How a wristband for the iPod Nano raised $1M in 30 days

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The following is an excerpt from Scott Steinberg’s new book, The Crowdfunding Bible. The book is free to download at www.CrowdFundingGuides.com, or in e-book form on Apple, Nook and Sony Reader devices. Crowdfunding, hailed by many as a better approach to venture capital and angel investment, hasn’t been lacking...
Crowdfunding Confidential: How a wristband for the iPod Nano raised $1M in 30 days
Fitbit joins wearable fitness-tracking realm with Bluetooth 4.0-enabled $100 Flex Wristband
Fitness Tech Needs to Pick Up the Pace
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Fitbit Flex review

After being down, Jawbone's UP gets back up again

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Think of it as UP 2.0 — an updated, and improved version of the wearable computing that was launched by San Francisco-based consumer devices company, Jawbone. The original version came to market with much fanfare a year ago, generated a lot of attention, but then fell on hard times when it...
After being down, Jawbone's UP gets back up again
Google Is Also Entering The Arm Race With Its Own Smartwatch [Pictures]
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