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Razer's Nabu smartband lands somewhere between smartwatch and sports band

Razer's Nabu smartband lands somewhere between smartwatch and sports band

By 7 January 2014

A gaming PC company has just entered the wearables market, offering a smartband called Nabu that's designed to bridge the gap between smartwatches and sports bands. The first eye-catching feature of the Nabu is its look: colourful, curvy, and decked with... >>

LG Lifeband Touch pictures and hands-on (video)

LG Lifeband Touch pictures and hands-on (video)

By 7 January 2014

We first saw a prototype for the LG Lifeband Touch at CES in 2013, but now a year later the company has created a commercial version which it hopes to launch in the first half of 2014. The band, which is more like a bracelet with the break in the circle... >>

Casio G-Shock STB-100 sports watch displays sports app data and controls music with 2-year battery life

Casio G-Shock STB-100 sports watch displays sports app data and controls music with 2-year battery life

By 7 January 2014

Casio has updated its G-Shock watch to display sports apps on screen and control music using its Bluetooth 4.0 connection. While retaining the G-Shock look, sturdy waterproof build and long battery life, the new STB-100 is now also compatible with four... >>

Sony Core and SmartBand shows it's hopping on to the fitness tracking treadmill too

Sony Core and SmartBand shows it's hopping on to the fitness tracking treadmill too

By 7 January 2014

Sony announced two new devices during its CES 2014 press conference in Las Vegas that represent the Japanese firm's official entry into the wearable fitness tracker race. Indeed, it's going one better - it hopes to track your life while it's at it. The... >>

Sony SmartBand pictures and eyes-on: Sony Lifelog and wearable tech on display at CES 2014

Sony SmartBand pictures and eyes-on: Sony Lifelog and wearable tech on display at CES 2014

By 7 January 2014

Sony has jumped on board the wearable tech express, with the Japanese giant using this year's CES to lift the lid on its SmartBand device, a wearable wristband that is compatible with the new Sony Core tracker. But it's not just about steps or distance... >>

Sony unveils tennis racket sensor, so you can track your swing over Bluetooth

Sony unveils tennis racket sensor, so you can track your swing over Bluetooth

By 7 January 2014

And you thought wearables only applied to your wrist. Between a bevy of 4K television announcements at CES 2014, Sony announced a whacky Tennis Sensor that can help improve your swing. It simply latches on to the bottom of your tennis racket, almost... >>

Polar V800 aims to bridge the gap between multisport GPS watch and health tracker

Polar V800 aims to bridge the gap between multisport GPS watch and health tracker

By 6 January 2014

Polar is on a mission to bring its already well-established multisport GPS watches into your life all day, everyday. Why stop tracking when you're not exercising? You might as well measure all your calories burnt for a more accurate picture of your health.... >>

Garmin's Vivofit fitness band is ANT+ compatible, syncs with Garmin Connect

Garmin's Vivofit fitness band is ANT+ compatible, syncs with Garmin Connect

By 6 January 2014

Garmin has expanded its line of fitness products with the launch of the Garmin Vivofit fitness band. Looking to capitalise on the popularity of products like the Nike+ Fuel Band, Garmin is turning its sporting experience to a new segment.  The Garmin... >>

LG announces Lifeband Touch fitness tracker, compatible with iOS and Android

LG announces Lifeband Touch fitness tracker, compatible with iOS and Android

By 6 January 2014

LG has taken the wraps off a few details surrounding its Lifeband Touch fitness tracker, ahead of its press event on Monday morning at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.  Details are still scant, but LG does confirm on its South Korean blog that the Lifeband Touch... >>

The Technogym treadmill controlled by Google Glass

The Technogym treadmill controlled by Google Glass

By 5 January 2014

Technogym has announced a new bit of fitness equipment for those who like to go running indoors and wear their Google Glass. The niche product, showcasing at CES this week in Las Vegas, will let Glass wearers tap into the specially enhanced treadmill... >>