The wearable industry is in an odd phase of life. Multiple manufacturers have released a myriad of wearables upon a market that was supposedly demanding them. The problem now is that sales have been significantly lower than expected, causing manufacturers to struggle and leading investors to become wary. While large companies like Apple and Samsung ... Read More »
While they aren’t grabbing headlines as frequently as some of the more powerful wearables on the market, Fitbit continues to be the leader in this now-crowded space.
At present, they are still best known for simpler fitness bands like the Flex, Charge and Charge HR that are geared towards those with only fitness in mind. ... Read More »
There’s a new name in complete connected fitness systems that comes with a trusted brand reputation. HTC and Under Armour have partnered to unveil the UA Healthbox today, a fitness ecosystem that consists of a fitness tracker, heart rate monitor and scale that are well integrated with Under Armour’s suite of fitness apps like ... Read More »
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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 »
Have you checked the calendar lately? 2016 is already here! We saw a lot of great Android-powered devices in 2015, but we have a feeling that things will only get better this year. While we don’t know exactly what 2016 has in store for us, we thought we’d all share what we’re looking forward to ... Read More »
Pebble has some big announcements to make today regarding both their new and old devices. Starting with the new devices, Pebble is introducing Pebble Health for the Pebble Time, Pebble Time Steel and Pebble Time Round. Pebble Health is Pebble’s health and fitness tracking software. It was developed in collaboration with Stanford University ... Read More »
Wearable tech has continued to grow in 2015, but there are still only a few different categories that have penetrated the mainstream. They both belong on your wrist, one kind of makes the other redundant and they both make for excellent gifts.
Smartwatches have changed a lot in the last year. Android Wear has ... Read More »
We’ve seen a lot of wearables hit the market in the past couple of years, but the majority have been watches and bands, with an occasional exception here and there. While the options have grown in variety, the market itself is still surprisingly homogenous. So how about wearables for your feet?
Enter ShiftWear, an extremely ... Read More »
HTC seems to be quite fond of delaying things (hopefully this won’t be the case with the One A9′s promised 15 day updates). We were supposed to see the fruits of Read More »
The age of the Internet has ushered in a whole new world of e-commerce, and with that has come the inevitable decline of brick-and-mortar stores. With lower prices and added perks, online shopping has siphoned off enormous amounts of customers. But online shopping faces a problem in the form of consumers having to purchase without ... Read More »