Withings continues to charge hard at the wearable market without going head to head with the true smartwatch crowd.
The Withings Go is the latest offering and it takes a decidedly more dressed down approach than the Activité line, but at least in my opinion a more compelling look than the Pulse 02.
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Misfit is back at CES with a new fitness and sleep tracker, the Misfit Ray. The wearable is equipped with a 3-axis accelerometer, multicolor LED and vibration motor for “inactivity nudges” and call and message notifications along with a silent alarm. Like other Misfit devices, the Ray is water-resistant (up to 50 meters) and runs ... Read More »
Withings has announced the latest entry into the Activité series of fitness trackers today, the gorgeous Activité Steel.
The Activité Steel sits between the Pop and Activité, offering up a stainless steel casing and silicone sport strap with 8 months of battery life on a button cell battery and up to 50 meters ... Read More »
Just a couple of weeks after HTC unveiled its new Grip fitness tracker, Peter Chou and Co. have continued its fitness push with a new app.
HTC Fun Fit is a new activity tracker app that’ll count your steps, distance, calories burned, ... Read More »
With Google I/O just two weeks away, anything and everything Google is beginning to leak. The latest leak comes from Forbes and deals with something that we’ve expected from Google and haven’t yet seen. Google Fit is reportedly Google’s foray into the world of health, aiming to help you track ... Read More »
If you remember, we dedicated a section of our HTC One (M8) review to the Fitbit integration. Our interest was piqued by having that functionality built into the smartphone itself. You can read the review for our full take, but the TL;DR version is that while it is a nice add on ... Read More »
The Qualcomm Toq is probably my favorite smartwatch hardware to date, but the software still has some catching up to do. The update rolling out today for both the Toq and the companion app checks at least one more box by turning the device into a basic fitness tracker.
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Last year at CES 2013, there was hype about wearables that didn’t quite deliver. While multiple companies did show off plans and prototypes, there were precious few ready to actually ship a product. Through the rest of the year, we saw those wearables and more trickle out slowly with varying purposes, designs and degrees of ... Read More »