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If you were frustrated by Nike’s shunning of Android with the newest version of their Fuelband, you’re not alone. While Nike continues on their iOS crusade, Adidas has stepped up and provided a great alternative, the miCoach SMART RUN. With the SMART RUN, users will have a standalone device that monitors heart rate, track steps with an accelerometer, even play music with the built-in MP3 player
It seems that Samsung is finally realizing that it needs to build a whole ecosystem around its Galaxy Gear smartwatch instead of limiting compatibility to one or even two devices. Now the device manufacturer is mulling over adding connectivity options for Smart TVs as well.
If you frequent reading through Bloomberg news, you'll be pleased to know they've now made their app available for BlackBerry 10 smartphones. Honestly, I was expecting them to just do a port of their Android app eventually but much to my surprise they actually built it using native BlackBerry 10 tools so it offers a lot of what you'd expect from great a BlackBerry 10 app.
Many of you are familiar with S4BB - they've been around for a long time, pumping out apps for legacy BlackBerry OS and have been busy on BB10. Lately S4BB has been getting a lot of flak for exactly how many apps they've put into BlackBerry World, and BlackBerry themselves have been criticized for letting a single developer publish 47,000 apps in the market.
Everyone needs a morale boost once in a while, and nowhere is this need more pronounced than in exercising.
Jobs starts awkwardly. Ashton Kutcher, made up to look like Steve Jobs in 2001, does what amounts to a bad late night TV skit impression of the staff meeting where the iPod is revealed, internally, for the first time.
The Google My Tracks app is one that can keep track of your data while out and about. The app promises to be able to keep track of your path, speed, distance and elevation while you are walking, running, biking or driving. While the app has been around for some time now, a recent update has made the app a bit smarter
Apple's rumored iWatch may be a health-oriented device, as Apple has reportedly begun assembling a team of people with expertise in fitness and body sensor hardware and software. Multiple teams within Apple have been examining existing wearables like the Nike FuelBand, which CEO Tim Cook is known to wear, and the Jawbone Up. Bob Mansfield, Senior Vice President of Technologies, is leading the project, with former Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch and senior hardware director James Foster also taking on major roles