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.
Just two days after announcing the new Galaxy Gear smartwatches will incorporate heart rate sensors, Samsung revealed their next revision of their flagship Galaxy S smartphone will prominently feature health tracking along with its brand-new companion fitness bracelet, the Gear Fit. The Gear Fit incorporates a heart rate sensor and a curved, touchscreen AMOLED display […]
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In this installment, we look at whether smartphones are distracting for clinicians, discuss the Lancet iPad journal app, and look at a cool new device that helps you track your fitness called the Nike Fuelband. Additionally, we demonstrate how easy it is to check out an iPad from a medical library, review an app that contains health advice for patients, and lastly, we show you the future of TEDMED.
The Nike FuelBand takes a simple yet trendy approach in fitness tracking that should prove popular among enthusiasts, but suffers from a lack of diet and sleep quality tracking.
Nike+ FuelBand is an innovative wristband that tracks and measures everyday movement to motivate and inspire people to be more active.