Tagged: Health tracker

Alphabet’s health tracking smartwatch has round e-ink display

Google X health tracking wristband revealed in 2015.

Google X health tracking wristband revealed in 2015.

Back in 2015, Bloomberg first reported that Google’s (now Alphabet) forward looking life sciences lab, Google X had created a health tracking wristband, which could track heart rate, pulse, skin temperature, noise and light exposure. On his recent visit to the Mountain View-based Verily (formerly Google X), Antonio Regalado of MIT Technology Review managed a peek at the prototype of what could be Alphabet’s second generation health tracking watch. Read More…

Fitbit Charge 2 is all that you wish in a fitness and health tracker

Fitbit Charge 2 Fitness Tracker

The fitness tracking market is loaded with all kind of devices that promise you the pinnacle of fitness tracking. Only a few are honestly useful, and Fitbit is one of them. For people who swear by the fitness tracker’s capability to track vital body functions there is some good news. The latest Fitbit Charge 2 fitness tracker is now available for purchase, and it is worth every penny. The fitness wristband comes with a smart display which shows all that you crave to see in a jiffy. To top it off, the fitness tracker looks better than ever and promises engaging fitness regimes to give it a personal touch.
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Samsung starts shipping Gear Fit 2 – A smartwatch cum fitness wearable

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Wearable fitness trackers are losing their place to smartwatches that are coming with more features and functions. Keeping this in mind, on Tuesday, Samsung rolled out the Gear Fit 2, its new fitness wearable. Gear Fit 2 features vertically rejiggered UI with 1.5-inch AMOLED waterproof touchscreen for better viewing experience. The wearable can fetch you notifications from phone and allow one-tap response to messages. It supports more instrumentation as compared to basic fitness trackers. Read More…

MWC 2016: Stylish Garmin Vivofit 3 and Vivoactive HR fitness tracking wearables

Garmin Vivofit 3 and Vivoactive HR fitness and health trackers

Garmin has always been known for no nonsense fitness tracking equipment and gadgets, but making a transition to the more stylish ones is good news for buyers. At the ongoing Mobile World Congress 2016 Garmin revealed its new age wearables for fitness and health tracking. It was good to see the refreshing new wearables in a good looking avatar. So let’s have a more insight on Garmin Vivofit 3 and Vivoactive HR.
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Pretty looking Fitbit Blaze fitness tracker for the fashion-forward generation

Fitbit Blaze fitness tracker CES 2016_4

Fitbit has come-up with some really good fitness trackers and smartwatches in the past but they were not that good-looking. At CES 2016 that just changed as Fitbit announced Blaze fitness tracker for the geeky yet fashion-conscious audience. Fitbit Blaze is not a predecessor of the one launched last year. It has more of fitness tracking features with complimentary smartwatch features too. The wearable does not have GPS tracker and depends on connected mobile device to pull data. Heart-rate monitor checks heart beat every five second to give precise monitoring details and during workout it check every second.
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Smart Bra keeps you motivated for health and fitness goals

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We’ll be seeing a lot of fashion forward wearable tech stuff at CES 2016. And of those, most are going to be fitness and health trackers. Just before the mega tech event a Canada-based company has revealed a smart sports bra that gets the most out of your fitness routine. This bra has sensor-enabled tech fitted in the lower band which does everything from tracking heart rate and breathing rhythm to the number of calories burned during workout.
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Improved LG Watch Urbane 2 smartwatch comes with cellular 4G connectivity option

LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition released

LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition released

LG has just announced its next version of the Watch Urbane smartwatch which is set to be released this spring season. The LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition is the first ever Android Wear powered wearable to have cellular connectivity feature. The smartwatch offers people who don’t want to pair their smartphone, a way to have a standalone device that can take-up calls. And it gives you the freedom to have 3G or 4G connectivity right on your wrist with a nano-SIM that is not carrier locked.
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$179 Huawei TalkBand B2 to have detachable Bluetooth headset

Huawei TalkBand B2

Huawei TalkBand B1 launched almost a year ago at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona proved out to be a successful fitness tracker with its impressive features. Now riding on the success of its predecessor is the 0.73-inch touchscreen TalkBand B2 which is now available for purchase starting today for a price tag of $179. Launched initially at the MWC 2015, this waterproof and dustproof fitness tracker has noticeable improvements as compared to the TalkBand1.

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Moti – A personal assistant that’ll make your life goal oriented

Moti by Kayla Matheus

Times are changing, and so are the requirements of current era. Technology has taken over virtually every aspect of your life, and more so the fitness & health tracking. There are fitness trackers, activity trackers, smartwatches and other interesting wearables that promise to improve your lifestyle in a big way. This is Moti, a gadget that urges you to stay healthy by motivating you through visually compelling lighting. This gizmo designed by Kayla Matheus, a 25-year old enthusiast as a part of Google’s 30 Weeks program is ideal for people who are not much impressed with wearables.
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Assure smartband continuously monitors health, sounds alarm if you fall unconscious

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The smart wearable market has been exploding with smartwatches and fitness trackers. Yet, personal alarms have made limited penetration in the market because aesthetics and functionality of such devices has been below par with revolutionizing wearable tech market. To make inroads in the potentially open market – Acticheck has launched a beautiful designed smart wristband called Assure, which continuously tracks movement and body vitals such as temperature and pulse rate to raise an alarm when wearer falls unconscious. Read More…