Whether the wearable irritated your skin or not, you can collect a full refund.
Meet CuffLinc. It provides simple notifications and security alerts via stylish bracelets and pendents.
Packed with advanced sensors, the Basis B1 band could help juice Apple's portfolio. Or Google's. Or Samsung's. Or Microsoft's.
What, do you think Jawbone will be using its new pile of money for Bluetooth headset R&D?
Evidence of a health- and fitness-focused iWatch mounts as Apple posts and then removes a job listing for "User Studies Exercise Physiologist."
Nothing about current sensor technology or the wearables space in general tells us that Apple can roll in and dominate.
New Android and iOS apps will share REM sleep data for users of the B1 and Carbon Steel Edition Basis bands.
Manufacturers are primed to release so many smartwatches, smartglasses, and activity trackers that you'll quickly run out of enough body parts to support them all.
From smartwatches to smartglasses to wrist-worn activity trackers, wearables helped define CES 2014—and taught us a few things about product design.
By pairing heart rate monitoring with data storage, Epson adds a new twist to the wrist-worn activity tracking market.
Iconic smartwatch pioneer shows it won't willingly cede mindshare in the ever-hotter wearables market.
Software update shares insights on deep, light, and REM sleep—automatically, with no button push required.
Don't let last year's flawed technology get you down. At this year's CES, the industry will rally around wearables with new smartwatches, activity trackers and smartglasses.
We love the Jawbone UP24, Fitbit Force, and Basis B1 Band. But each tracker presents its own unique pluses and minuses.
Finally: Jawbone adds Bluetooth syncing to its simple, understated wrist band.
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