Fighting fit and fighting Fitbit, Apple and others is a new competitor: the Striiv Apex HR, promising to help you reach your summer fitness goals and keep on top of your busy lifestyle.
When technology becomes so ubiquitous and advanced that it melts into the background of life and even becomes invisible, that’s the ultimate “new normal”, but before we get there, Samsung’s “new normal” is here.
Samsung’s next-generation fitness tracker has the market leader Fitbit to defeat before it can take the fitness crown, but the Gear Fit2 is its attempt to do just that.
Microsoft’s Band 2 - a fitness tracker with smart benefits - has been in the wild now for the past two months. Is it useful or a fad destined to occupy pride of place in the sock draw?
Research firm Gartner predicts 18.4% growth in the wearables market in 2016, and a further 17.5% in 2017.
Fitness wearable company Fitbit has launched new colours into the Australian market and has issued a new app update.
Ex-Apple staff banded together and smashed crowdfunding records with the first Moov wearable, but here comes its successor: Moov Now.
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