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  • How To Sync A Fitbit Tracker To Your Phone, Tablet, Or Computer

    Heidi Redlitz - March 28th, 2017

    You did your steps. You tracked your calories and your workout. Now you want to see the results. But how do you sync your Fitbit tracker to a phone or computer? It's not as tricky as you think. The point of a Fitbit is to simplify your fitness regim...

  • How To Set Up Your Samsung Gear S3 Smartwatch In Record Time

    Logan Strain - March 24th, 2017

    The latest Gear smartwatch from Samsung is a sophisticated piece of wrist-worn technology. To get the most out it right out of the box, here’s how to set up the Samsung Gear S3. How To Set Up Samsung Gear S3 1) Charge It Up The Samsung Gea...

  • The Feel Mood Tracker Wants To Help You Be Happier

    Conor Hockett - March 23rd, 2017

    When someone asks how you feel, your answer probably centers around something you literally feel. The physical symptoms of sickness, hunger, and fatigue are usually more noticeable than the mental impact they have on you. But how often do you reflec...

  • Garmin Vivosmart HR vs. Fitbit Alta HR: Which One Comes Out On Top?

    Logan Strain - March 22nd, 2017

    Fitbit recently released the newest addition to its lineup: the Fitbit Alta HR. It has much of the same sleek style as the original Fitbit Alta, but it comes with a heart rate monitor, improved battery life, and a better wristband. Of course, new do...

  • Vinci Smart Headphones Anticipate What Music You Want To Hear

    Conor Hockett - March 22nd, 2017

    At first glance, the Vinci smart headphones reminded me a lot of the Nokia Purity headphones by Monster — with an iPhone 4 incorporated into one ear. As strange as that sounds, I mean that in the most stylish way possible. Vinci’s displa...

  • The Best Samsung Gear S3 Apps You Can Install Right Now

    Logan Strain - March 22nd, 2017

    Ready to get the most out the Samsung Gear S3? Good news: there are plenty of cool apps that can enhance your smartwatch experience on the stylish smartwatch. And since the latest version of Samsung’s device sports a slightly larger and brighte...

  • Mio Slice vs. Fitbit Charge 2: The Final Verdict

    Conor Hockett - March 21st, 2017

    Growth within the wearable tech industry has caused new product lines like smart rings to emerge, but the expanding market hasn’t softened competition among wrist-worn wearables. One subset in particular remains particularly saturated — ...

  • ZTE Quartz Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatch Will Feature Metal Design, No NFC

    Logan Strain - March 20th, 2017

    Right now, Android Wear 2.0 is bubbling over with potential. We’re just waiting to see which companies attempt to take full advantage by releasing top-of-the-line wearables that run on the OS. ZTE Quartz: Design One of the companies dipping i...

  • Embrace Is A Seizure Monitor Watch For People With Epilepsy

    Conor Hockett - March 17th, 2017

    For researchers of epilepsy and the people who suffer from it, Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) remains somewhat of a mystery. In many ways, this phenomenon resembles a silent killer disease. While SUDEP is a category, not a disease, its ...

  • The Best Calorie Tracker Watch Apps You Can Use To Track Your Meals

    Logan Strain - March 16th, 2017

    Calorie trackers on phones have one major flaw. Specifically, it’s difficult to pull your phone out of your pocket and log your calories while you’re holding a Philly cheesesteak. But there’s a solution: it’s much more conveni...

  • The Motiv Ring Trims The Fat Off Your Typical Fitness Tracker

    Conor Hockett - March 16th, 2017

    Before he became the CTO and co-creator of Motiv, Curt von Badinski worked such long hours behind a computer that he used a neighboring cot to squeeze in brief stints of sleep. It was the life he chose as an entrepreneur, but that same enterprising m...

  • How Does Fitbit Calculate Active Minutes?

    Logan Strain - March 15th, 2017

    For your Fitbit, “active minutes” refers to any physical activity that is more vigorous than taking a relaxed walk. If it’s physical activity that causes your heart rate to spike, then it qualifies. For example, if you go for a jog,...

  • Red Light Technology Makes This Hydration Monitor A Viable Fitness Tracker

    Conor Hockett - March 15th, 2017

    While most of us grew up hearing the 8x8 rule, hydration isn’t as simple as drinking eight glasses of water per day. Factors like exercise habits, physiological health, and living environment all impact your hydration level, so it’s hard...

  • The Wearable Sleeping Bag Functions Like A Specialized Snuggie

    Conor Hockett - March 14th, 2017

    To all the hoodie lovers, blanket hoarders, and thermostat commanders out there, the wearable sleeping bag might be for you. Constant coldness affects people everywhere, but there are things you can do to combat the chills when you’re indoors....

  • Why Vlogging Camera Technology And Wearables Belong Together

    Chris Beattie - March 13th, 2017

    Blogging transformed the way people shared content. But today, the online media landscape favors content creators who directly stream their thoughts and lives. “Vlogging,” or video blogging, is now the biggest medium of sharing entertainm...

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