Don't-Miss Health & fitness software Stories
From the iLounge Pavilion to the rest of the Consumer Electronics Show floor, our intrepid editors leave no stone unturned looking for eye-catching iPhone and iPad cases, styluses, and other add-ons.
Jawbone on Thursday announced a generous refund program, in hopes of offering customers piece of mind in light of numerous reports about bricked Ups.
One hospital hasn't jumped on the iPad-in-healthcare craze yet. Critical desktop apps just don't render well on the iPad, while iCloud's security concerns cause "trepidation."
Jawbone's forthcoming Up accessory for mobile devices tracks your steps, sleep cycles, and more. The device will sync with the company's new free Up app, which tracks your data over time.
Garmin International on Tuesday unveiled an app and an iPhone adapter to help amateur athletes better track their progress.
Abvio says its lineup of iOS fitness apps -- Runmeter, Cyclemeter, and Walkmeter -- will make the most of iOS 5's Notification Center when the updated mobile OS ships next week.
Not quite ready to make the leap to a standing or walking desk? BreakTime can help keep you healthy by reminding you to get up and walk around.
Months after it made a big splash at Macworld 2011, Scosche Industries's myTrek exercise-monitoring system for iOS devices is finally hitting the market.
Lance Armstrong wannabes have a new iPhone app to help them record their rides and track their performance. Strava Cycling debuted Thursday in the iOS App Store.
The 5.0 updates to Runmeter, Walkmeter, and Cyclemeter--expected to hit the App Store in the coming week -- add integration with the dailymile social network for fitness enthusiasts, advanced data import capabilities, and new voices and dialects available via in-app purchase.
A security researcher has unveiled a unique experimental side project: an augmented reality iOS app that uses a device's camera to correct for the most common form of color blindness.
A sign in an Apple Store is the latest clue in the legend of the white iPhone 4, an iPhone app is a life-saver, and Cupertino taps some talent for the latest addition to its campus.
MacPractice, maker of management and clinical software for physicians, chiropractors, optometrists and dentists, has released an iPad interface with access to many of the desktop version's features.