Tagged fitness wearable

Apple
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Apple celebrates 10 years of iPhones, where are they headed next?

When Steve Jobs revealed the Apple iPhone ten years ago, he and the company changed the very foundations of mobile technology, putting in place the features that would eventually be adopted by mobile developers all around the world. Back then the iPhone was a relatively simple device compared to what it is now. Jobs advertised three…

Withings is a well-known name in the wearables world. We got our hands on one of its Activité Pop fitness trackers to test it out. Alex Wright, fitness blog
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Review: Withings Activité Pop

Withings is a well-known name in the wearables world. We got our hands on one of its Activité Pop fitness trackers to test it out Alex Wright, Muscles and Macros fitness blogger and JBC Nutrition brand ambassador reviewed the Activité Pop: The characteristically sleek appearance of most wearables makes them pretty easy to spot –…

Fuhu has launched nabi Compete, a fitness wearable aiming to make health and exercise fun for children. The nabi Compete has a three-month battery sits in a
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Wearable launched to tackle children’s fitness

Fuhu has launched nabi Compete, a fitness wearable aiming to make health and exercise fun for children The nabi Compete has a three-month battery, sits inside a wrist-band and has a step counter to track how active the wearer is. Nabi Compete comes with two bands that link to the Compete mobile app for iOS…

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