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Jawbone announces new products, finally ships UP3

Wearable tech company Jawbone is not resting on its laurels, especially since a lot of competition has been springing up, with smartwatches and fitness bands all over the place. They've announced a few new products, which includes a new flagship with payment abilities and a successor to the original UP24 band. Also, finally, they've annnounced when shipping for the UP3 will be, after encountering some manufacturing problems with the final product, but at least, you know it will soon be on your way.

Jawbone UP3 shipping later this month, but with limited water-resistance

Months after they announced their newest product, Jawbone has finally released the schedule on when the pre-orders will start shipping the UP3. The wearable device was expected to hit the market late last year after they unveiled it in November, but problems in production have caused a delay as well as a major change in the water-resistance level of the UP3. But if you're okay with that change, then you'll be receiving your device starting end of April until mid-May.

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.

UP by Jawbone: your fitness tracker without the fitness band

Tracking your fitness activities through digital means has become a sort-of obsession for a lot of people, ever since wearables have started to trickle into the market. But for some, fitness bands are already an extravagance or an unnecessary accessory and a smartwatch is enough. Popular fitness band Jawbone has realized that and have realized an app that can still track your stats even if you don't have a wearable band. UP will work as long as you have an Android smartphone (selected models only) or Android Wear smartwatch.

Jawbone makes UP app cross-platform for devices, wearables

Fitness company Jawbone has announced that their health app UP will now be compatible across platforms and across different devices as well, including smartwatches and wearables. They will also be releasing an open-device connectivity framework later on to enable OEMs to create products that will be able to connect to the app through Bluetooth, Smart or WiFi. This means that more people will be able to use the activity and lifestyle-tracking app.

Jawbone app now able to link with other devices

When Jawbone fitness wristbands hit the market in 2012, you could only link them with proprietary Jawbone-created apps – which was quite understandable at any rate, as people had no problem using the app on their iPhones and Android devices. In a surprising move, Jawbone has announced that it is opening up its API to the sensors in Android, iOS, and WP 8.1 devices.

Jawbone UP 3.0 app update adds UP24 Bluetooth sync

Jawbone has released v3.0 of the UP app for Android. This latest release of the UP app is available by way of the Play Store, and ultimately, this means the UP24 lifestyle tracker is now available to Android users. The data collected by the UP24 will sync wirelessly with your Android device, using a Bluetooth connection.

Jawbone Mini Jambox unveiled with Android companion app

Jawbone unveiled the original Jambox speaker back in 2010 and since then we have also seen the introduction of the Big Jambox. Those two are selling for $179 and $299 respectively and as of today it looks like a third model is joining the Jambox lineup. This latest is the Jambox Mini and it will be available for pre-order beginning today.
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