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  • How Wearables Can Help Achieve Universal Accessibility For People With Disabilities

    Logan Strain - April 4th, 2016

    Big chunks of the world are built to exclude about a fifth of us. Not deliberately, of course. But much of society is built with with the false assumption that we’re all able-bodied. In reality, around 19 percent of Americans have a disability...

  • 4 Sleep Tracker Innovations That’ll Turn You Into A Superhuman

    Rebecca Paredes - March 22nd, 2016

    I never thought to use a sleep tracker until I woke up early this morning to a series of alarms. I’m not one of those people that can set one alarm and run off into the sunrise; each morning I have to go to war with my body and my warm bed. An...

  • Withings Go Is Budget-Friendly, But Not The Most Attractive Option In Wearables

    Rebecca Paredes - March 3rd, 2016

    In the beginning, fitness watches weren’t always pretty. They were harsh black bands that stole all the attention on your wrist, like that one guy in the gym who always does curls in the squat rack during peak hours. But as fitness wearables h...

  • Samsung Is Doing All The Right Things In Wearable Technology With One Fatal Flaw

    Rebecca Paredes - March 3rd, 2016

    Between July and September of 2015, Apple sold approximately 4.5 million smartwatches. Meanwhile, Samsung sold an estimated 600,000 units during that same period, which is pennies compared to Apple’s global market share. And the numbers make s...

  • Wearable Technology Won’t Change Your Life, But It Can Make Living Easier

    Rebecca Paredes - March 3rd, 2016

    I have a confession to make: I didn’t start using wearable technology until very recently because of a company-wide step-tracking challenge. And by “wearable technology,” I mean a pedometer that I dangled around my neck like a neckl...

  • The New Fitbit Blaze Offers GPS And On-Screen Workouts

    Tony Lea - March 2nd, 2016

    In case you haven't heard, Fitbit just released a whole new line of devices. One of their new top of the line products is called the Fitbit Blaze. You can expect all the traditional features of most Fitbits, such as steps taken, steps climbed, and...

  • The History Of Wearable Tech, From The Hamilton Pulsar To The Oculus Rift

    Logan Strain - March 2nd, 2016

    Modern wearable technology can track your health, augment reality, and connect you to the world. And it feels like these devices appeared on wrists, heads, and Amazon wish lists overnight. In one sense, they have. In 2012, wearable devices were only ...

  • The Best Wearables For High Intensity Interval Training

    Rebecca Paredes - February 14th, 2016

    High intensity interval training (HIIT) will kick your ass, test your mettle, and make you feel sweaty in weird places. But it’s completely worth the effort because this form of exercise is an effective way to build muscle, torch fat, and becom...

  • How To Set Up Fitbit Connect On Your Computer

    Rebecca Paredes - January 13th, 2016

    Are youready to ramp up your workout?Fitbit devices sync with your phone's app to make it as easy as possible for you to record your activity data. The downside is that Bluetooth connectivity can seriously drain your battery life. Related: How To Ext...


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