Late last week, Business Insider posted comments from Travis Bogard, Jawbone’s VP of Product Management and Strategy, about why fitness trackers without screens are better for users. The secret, he says, is that the lack of a screen will induce users to check the associated smartphone app and receive more detailed data and keep pushing toward change
The most frequent user of health and fitness apps for iPhones are mostly mothers between the ages of 25 and 54 who are sports fans and who generally lead healthy lifestyles, according to a recent study that tracked 6,800 health and fitness apps and...
How Google's big wearables push will impact the enterprise TechRepublic While much of the keynote was spent unveiling the newest Android OS "L" and Google's concept of "Material Design," there was also an emphasis on wearables.
Sony SmartBand review: a fitness tracker that goes beyond fitness Engadget Especially when you scroll back and watch your onscreen self just standing there, then sleeping, then standing. Should you log any ...
Apple's iPhone 6 is just weeks from release and will kick off Apple's new health care strategy. Google's working on its own plan to chase the health care market too. The two companies' moves have gotten plenty of buzz. (The power of the iPhone alone guarantees that Apple's strategy will be closely [...]
As the wearable technology industry evolves, the big question seems to be "What are the best wearable technology products?" With so many to choose from and with the wearables industry in it's early stages, it can be difficult to separate the good from the…..not so good.
VentureBeat Amazon.co.uk launches wearable technology store Wired.co.uk As if we needed more proof, we can now be sure that wearable technology is firmly established as a product category in its own right and is here to stay.
The Wearables War Heats Up: Would You Wear These? Bloomberg The Wearables War Heats Up: Would You Wear These? REPLAY VIDEO. Your next video will start in. Pause. Recommended Videos. Facebook Share · Tweet · LinkedIn · Google +1.
Steve Wozniak on Galaxy Gear, Google Glass, & Future of Wearables Xconomy There's been much ado in the past year over wearable devices, as a proliferation of smartwatches and fitness trackers desperately try to win over consumers and prove they...
At heart, DIYers are non-conformists. We scan the shelves at stores and see many choices that sort-of, almost, kinda nail what we were going for. But being slightly dissatisfied is never an... (RT @temboo: At heart, #DIYers are non-conformists.
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