A physician review of the Jawbone Up Move and which patients it could be useful for.
Tag: fitness tracker
Guide to cheaper but high quality alternatives to every Fitbit product.
Fitbit’s new activity trackers will contain high level features, possibly recruiting elite athletes.
Samsung’s announcement fails to address the main issues facing wearables.
As of publish, Cnet has run a major news that Nike had fired as many as 55 people from its Digital Sports team’s hardware division, which is in charge of the FuelBand.
Moov utilizes 9-axis sensors and software algorithms to pinpoint the exact movements of your body
The latest update for the fitbit app turns the iPhone 5S into a fitness tracker without the need for any extra hardware.
It appears that an issue with the FitBit Force causing a rash might be more widespread than initially believed
The Jawbone UP24 ($149) and Fitbit Force ($129) are quite similar–they both are worn around the wrist, both add sleep and nutrition tracking, both offer silent/vibrating alarms, both feature passive/continuous bluetooth syncing, both offer 7+ day battery life, and both offer excellent third-party integration. Regardless, spending time with the two devices reveals that each has a different personality and approach to the quantified self movement.
This is a revised version of my January 2013 review of GymPact, updated with new screenshots and insights into the app that allows you to earn (or lose) money by going (or not going) to the gym.
On their 2 year anniversary, GymPact expanded their offerings for earning money with health living by introducing two new pacts focused on healthy eating.
Airo Health has announced the launch of their AIRO Wristband. It uses spectroscopy to automatically monitor caloric consumption, stress, exercise and sleep quality and also provide users with actionable advice to improve their overall health.