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Vidameter holistic smartband tracks user well-being

By - May 12, 2014 5 Pictures
The fitness tracking wearable is far from a new concept. Basic devices such as heart rate monitoring wristwatches have been around for decades, while the last few years have seen an explosion of smartwatches and other wearable tech that either cater for, or are specifically designed for fitness enthusiasts. However, while the Vidameter may look like just another wearable, it actually has a much bigger mandate in mind, aiming to take a hand in personal safety and general well-being as well as fitness. Read More
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OMSignal's Biometric Smartwear offers a next gen workout

By - May 11, 2014 4 Pictures
OMsignal has announced its new line of biometric smartwear, a fitness focused smart shirt with the ability to accurately track an individual's performance levels and vital stats in real time, giving users all the information they need to be fully in control of their workout. The smart shirt, which is currently only available for pre-order to male customers, represents another addition to the ever expanding market of health orientated wearable tech. Read More
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Review: Samsung Gear Fit

By - April 14, 2014 20 Pictures
Most of the fitness-based wearables we've seen so far have been very different from smartwatches. And one of the few attempts to blend the two, the Fitbit Force, ended up getting recalled (damn those skin rashes). Enter Samsung, which never met a mobile product category it didn't like. Read on, as Gizmag reviews the Samsung Gear Fit, a fitness tracker that also has some smartwatch blood flowing through its veins. Read More
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WellShell puts isometric exercise in the palm of your hand

By - January 6, 2014 5 Pictures
While most types of exercise involve a lot of moving around, isometric exercise is performed while sitting still – it's defined as a form of exercise involving the static contraction of a muscle without any visible movement in the angle of the joint. Tao-Wellness is aiming to guide people through such exercises with its new WellShell device, which is claimed to be "the world’s first mobile isometric exercise system." Read More
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