Starting today, Android users finally have another option in wearable fitness trackers from one of the world’s largest sport and fitness companies. The Nike+ FuelBand app is available now on the Google Play store, ready to start tracking your fitness, with a few caveats.
Despite persistent rumors, and denials, that Nike’s FuelBand is being discontinued, ... Read More »
As we continue to wait for the release of the Android Wear powered LG G Watch and Motorola Moto 360, rumors surrounding other noteworthy wrist-mounted computers are beginning to ramp up. Today, Forbes is reporting good news for Android users who may be interested in a Microsoft branded smartwatch.
According to Forbes, Microsoft’s upcoming smartwatch ... 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 »
With so many fitness trackers coming out these days, how do you possibly pick which one will be best for you? If you’re a big fan of If This Then That (IFTTT), with newly announced recipe support, it looks like Fitbit may be the tracker for you.
Announced on the official IFTTT blog, a new ... Read More »
Let’s face it, Google Glass has an image problem. I’m not talking about the quality of the hovering display the device uses, I’m talking about its cool-factor. Despite being featured in sporting events, fashion shows and more, there’s still an undesirable stigma attached to wearing a computer on your face. Now that Glass is open ... Read More »
Can’t get enough Moto 360? Don’t worry, we can’t either. While we pine for a solid release date, price and other information on the Android Wear-powered smartwatch, we’ll gladly take any other details that we can get. Today we’re getting some thanks to an interview with Motorola’s Senior Vice President of Supply Chain and Operations, ... Read More »
There are no shortage of fitness trackers available for iOS users, but Android users have been left with slim pickings since the wearable craze has started to take off. Thankfully one of the most reputable wearable fitness tracker manufacturers has just expanded their Android support to cover a handful of popular devices.