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  • The Frictionless Future Of Health And Fitness Wearables

    Rebecca Paredes - October 5th, 2016

    At the Wearable Technology Show in Santa Clara, one thing was clear: in the near future, health and fitness wearables will be intuitive, user-friendly, and seamlessly integrated into our everyday lives. Monisha Perkash, CEO at Lumo BodyTech, shared ...

  • Sports And Virtual Reality Will See The First Benefits Of Smart Clothing

    Logan Strain - October 5th, 2016

    The use of shoes, pants, and shirts that monitor, and even enhance, your movement is just beginning. But before smart clothing experiences wide adoption in the mass market, who will use it — and why? At the Wearable Tech Show 2016 on Tuesday, ...

  • Snapchat Eyes Wearable Tech With Launch Of Spectacles

    Amica Graber - October 5th, 2016

    Snapchat has quickly become the latest darling of social media, with young fans flocking to the app in hoards. Defined by a carousel of filters that can transform you from a wood nymph to a demon in the flick of a thumb, Snapchat has a rapturous foll...

  • Golden State Warriors Will Continue Using Wearables To Monitor Players This Season

    Rebecca Paredes - October 4th, 2016

    The Golden State Warriors “made a bit of news” last year, according to Kirk Lacob, the team’s Assistant General Manager. After winning their first National Basketball Association Championship in four decades during the 2014-2015 se...

  • Heidi Dohse Reveals How Wearables Can Change The Lives Of Heart Patients

    Logan Strain - October 4th, 2016

    Heidi Dohse, Senior Program Manager at Google Cloud Platform, kicked off the 2016 Wearable Tech Show with a discussion of the real-world impacts that wearable tech has on medical patients. She opened with a personal story about her 30-year journey a...

  • 5 Best Workout Tracker Apps To Maximize Your Fitness Goals

    Rebecca Paredes - September 29th, 2016

    No matter which wearable I use, I always run into the same issue: I’ve yet to find a fitness tracker that comfortably fits under my boxing hand wraps. I love the convenience of wearing a Fitbit Charge HR throughout the day and straight into my ...

  • Narrative Announces Dissolution And Will No Longer Support The Clip

    Logan Strain - September 28th, 2016

    Narrative, the company behind the lifelogging camera Narrative Clip, announced today that it has filed for dissolution. The cameras will no longer be sold, and the company will no longer support them. The company announced that will release tools tha...

  • Clever Fitbit Hacks You Can Do With The Fitbit API

    Logan Strain - September 28th, 2016

    Fitbit is one of the most developer-friendly wearable companies. If you’re a budding Fitbit app developer or a hobbyist hacker who wants to get the most out of your device, the Fitbit API is easy to play around with. Their documentation is exte...

  • The Most Groundbreaking Wearable Technology At WTS 2016

    Rebecca Paredes - September 27th, 2016

    What do you get when you put Fitbit, the FBI, and Google in the same room? It sounds like a setup, but at Wearable Technology Show (WTS) this October, some of the biggest names in wearables will present the latest and greatest updates about smart gla...

  • Fitbit Surge vs. Moto 360 Run Tracking From A Reluctant Runner

    Rebecca Paredes - September 16th, 2016

    I’ve always consciously avoided running. When I ask coworkers about their weekends, I’m always baffled to hear about all the races they’ve been running … for fun. But when I decided to test two popular wearable fitness track...

  • The Bracelet Phone And The Race To Kill The Smartphone

    Logan Strain - September 9th, 2016

    The more ingrained a piece of technology is, the more primed it is for disruption. For connected people, there is nothing more ingrained than the smartphone. It’s not only the hub of every other wearable you can buy — it’s the hub o...

  • Photos: New Fitbit Charge 2 Is A Sleek Fitness Tracker With Heart Rate Monitor

    Rebecca Paredes - September 8th, 2016

    The recently released Fitbit Charge 2 is everything a parent wants for their child: it’s a better, more well-rounded version that borrows from the best of its forefathers and leaves all the bad junk behind. Namely, the Fitbit Charge 2 has acco...

  • iPhone 7 Officially Ditches Headphone Jack For Wireless AirPods

    Logan Strain - September 7th, 2016

    You know what’s better than hearing a shocking rumor? For that rumor to actually be true. At today’s Apple event, Apple announced that it has banished the headphone jack for its new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in order to maintain a smooth...

  • Interview: How Hykso Helps You Train Like Muhammad Ali

    Rebecca Paredes - September 6th, 2016

    Think of Y Combinator as a Silicon Valley boot camp for startups. Only companies that show the seedling of promise are able to attend, where they receive necessary seed money, opportunities to network with the brightest minds in tech, and — mos...

  • TomTom Touch Measures Your Body Fat And Muscle Mass

    Rebecca Paredes - September 1st, 2016

    What if you could gain in-depth insights about your body composition with just the click of a button? The recently unveiled TomTom Touch promises to take fitness trackers to a new level — for the ultra-reasonable price of $129.99. Recently rel...

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