Fitness

Razer outs Nabu apps ahead of launch of fitness wearable

A lot of people have been waiting for the launch of Razer’s new fitness wearable, the Nabu. Razer has very good street cred with all its gaming products and accessories, and now they’re using that cred to move into newer markets – such as the burgeoning fitness wearables niche.

Nike+ Running now with Google Fit integration

The holiday season has started and I’m pretty sure that a lot of you are thinking about how to resist glorious food the next few months. For the health buffs, they might be thinking of more ways how to burn those extra calories off. They could be preparing for “battle”, looking for new stuff and activities that would help them meet their fitness goals.

Have sweet dreams with Runtastic Sleep Better app

The guys behind Runtastic must be really passionate about health and fitness that aside from tracking your movements, it now wants you to sleep better. But it's just sleep, how can an app make sleep better? Well, this app simply helps to make you fall asleep faster and easily by tracking your sleeping patterns.

Jawbone unveils UP3 activity tracking bracelet

Jawbone has announced the launch of its latest product called the UP3. The UP3 is a wearable multi-sensor activity tracker that offers information about health and fitness. The bracelet is thin and has sensors inside able to measure a range of biometric sensors.

Jawbone UP MOVE pre-orders kick off today

Jawbone has unveiled a new fitness tracking wearable device this week called the UP MOVE. It will be available to pre-order starting today and the interesting part about the device is that it aims squarely at the beginner looking to start tracking fitness on the cheap.

Microsoft Health app goes live ahead of Microsoft Band [UPDATE]

Everyone's getting into fitness these days, which is a good thing of course, from actual fitness companies to tech giants like Google and Apple. Microsoft, who is increasing its efforts at remaining relevant, naturally doesn't want to be left behind. It has been known, or rather leaked, that Microsoft is working on its own fitness-centric wearable, and part of that plan has already gone out today in the form of the Microsoft Health app.

Google Fit lands on Play Store and the web

Google has finally and fully unleashed its own take on the intersection of health and mobile devices. Google Fit, which it announced at I/O 2014 back in June, is finally here and you can access it easily from any Android device via a dedicated app or, alternatively from any Web Browser. And, like with almost anything Android-related, Fit isn't exclusive to Google's sanction apps and devices alone and is open to other pre-existing, and perhaps more popular, fitness platforms already in the market.
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