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World’s first power meter for running is here to make you faster, meet Stryd

World’s first power meter for running is here to make you faster, meet Stryd

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Professional athletes improve performance by measuring their efforts, analysing data and targeting how to train. Thanks to wearables we can start to do this but not as effectively as possible, until now. Stryd is a new wearable that offers runners the... >>

Best smartwatches and wearables of MWC 2015: Pebble, LG, Huawei and more

Best smartwatches and wearables of MWC 2015: Pebble, LG, Huawei and more

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This year at Mobile World Congress the show floor has been well and truly taken over by wearables. Smartwatches are fast becoming almost as important as smartphones as far as manufacturers are concerned. And what better place to show them off than at... >>

Polar adds MyFitnessPal integration to iOS Flow app, Android incoming

Polar adds MyFitnessPal integration to iOS Flow app, Android incoming

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Polar has announced that its users will now be able to integrate their activity tracking directly with the MyFitnessPal app. MyFitnessPal is useful for tracking daily diet, including calorie intake thanks to its huge food database that works via a scan... >>

Huawei TalkBand N1 hands-on: This wireless headset tracks activity, plays music and accepts calls

Huawei TalkBand N1 hands-on: This wireless headset tracks activity, plays music and accepts calls

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Huawei has turned its focus away from smartphones and towards the wearable sector for this year's MWC. Three devices have been announced, including an Android Wear smartwatch, a successor to the activity tracker and Bluetooth headset TalkBand B1 and... >>

Huawei focuses on wearables with launch of TalkBand B2 and TalkBand N1

Huawei focuses on wearables with launch of TalkBand B2 and TalkBand N1

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Chinese company Huawei has focussed on the wearable sector at Mobile World Congress this year, hoping to become a "leader in the wearable space". Three wearable devices have been announced including a new Android Wear smartwatch, the TalkBand B2 and the... >>

Huawei TalkBand B2 hands-on: Adding a touch of premium to activity tracking

Huawei TalkBand B2 hands-on: Adding a touch of premium to activity tracking

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Huawei has introduced the successor to its TalkBand B1 activity tracker come Bluetooth earpiece at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, after announcing it would be turning its focus to wearables for this year's show. The TalkBand B2 offers many of the... >>

Acer Liquid Leap+ fitness band has changeable straps, works with iOS, Android, Windows Phone

Acer Liquid Leap+ fitness band has changeable straps, works with iOS, Android, Windows Phone

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Acer today announced a new version of its fitness band, the Liquid Leap+. The Leap+ is based around a touchscreen core sitting in a rubber strap. It can be popped in and out, meaning you can switch straps to get a different colour.  The Leap+ itself... >>

Microsoft Band's first major update brings predictive keyboard, web dashboard, and more

Microsoft Band's first major update brings predictive keyboard, web dashboard, and more

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Microsoft just made Microsoft Band more useful. Microsoft Band is a fitness band. Microsoft released it in the US last October for $199, but only now has it delivered the first major software update alongside a developer preview SDK that will allow app... >>

Fitbit Charge HR review: Great for gym goers
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Fitbit Charge HR review: Great for gym goers

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Fitbit has an entire family of activity trackers, from the simple Fitbit Zip which counts steps, distance and calories burned, to the Fitbit Flex which adds active minutes and sleep monitoring. The Fitbit Charge HR is the next step up in the range, expanding... >>

This London Bike Show 2015 tech will make you want to visit in person

This London Bike Show 2015 tech will make you want to visit in person

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Bike technology is developing fast so we headed down to the London Bike Show 2015 to see what's on offer. One of the main reasons for so many new developments in the world of bikes is crowd-funding. With Indiegogo and Kickstarter offering money to would-be... >>