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Adidas and Spotify team-up to add route specific #boostyourrun playlists to your runs

Adidas and Spotify team-up to add route specific #boostyourrun playlists to your runs

By 1 May 2014

Adidas has joined forced with Spotify to create playlists that are tailored to a user's run. The #boostyourrun campaign is part of Adidas' push for its Boost line of running trainers. On the dedicated website users simply need to add their city, favourite... >>

Acer Liquid Leap: Wearable companion device in the works, due August 2014

Acer Liquid Leap: Wearable companion device in the works, due August 2014

By 29 April 2014

Acer has confirmed its plans to enter the world of wearable tech. At its global press conference in New York the company presented the Liquid Leap device, due to be launched in limited markets in the latter half of this year. Information is limited at... >>

Nike CEO adds confusion to FuelBand future, stumbles over Apple question

Nike CEO adds confusion to FuelBand future, stumbles over Apple question

By 28 April 2014

Confusion continues to surround Nike's stance of the future of its Nike FuelBand fitness gadget following the appearance of the company's CEO on CNBC. According to Mark Parker, the chief executive of Nike, the company is committed to the wearable sector,... >>

What is S Health 3.0 and should you care?

What is S Health 3.0 and should you care?

By 11 April 2014

Samsung is tying together the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Gear 2 and the Gear Fit with the idea of promoting a healthier lifestyle. Rather than talking about group play or motion features, Samsung has elevated the importance of health on its agenda. S Health... >>

Samsung Galaxy S5 heart rate monitor vs iPhone 5S heart rate monitor: What's the difference?

Samsung Galaxy S5 heart rate monitor vs iPhone 5S heart rate monitor: What's the difference?

By 11 April 2014

The Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone is unique in that it features a heart rate monitor built into the device itself. It is operated by simply placing your finger over a special part of the phone and waiting a few seconds. But how does it work, and how... >>

Samsung Gear Fit updated for vertical display rotation (updated)

Samsung Gear Fit updated for vertical display rotation (updated)

By 8 April 2014

UPDATE: The vertical display update has rolled out to early UK test devices of the Gear Fit, suggesting it will launch with the rotation option. The Samsung Gear Fit is a very attractive activity tracker with its Super AMOLED curved display. But in our... >>

A week in reviews: 31 March - 4 April

A week in reviews: 31 March - 4 April

By 5 April 2014

It's the week when April Fools' jokes happen aplenty. And we witnessed some crackers this week, all condensed into our best picks from around the web. Giggles brushed aside and we're left with a bevy of tech wonderment in this week's reviews. It's as... >>

Situ Smart Food Nutrition Scale lets you track exactly what you’re eating

Situ Smart Food Nutrition Scale lets you track exactly what you’re eating

By 4 April 2014

Situ, in its simplest form, is a weighing scale attached to an iPad app which lets users track the nutritional content of their food. But the level of detail and clarity of design go above and beyond that, making it a great way to lose weight, eat healthy,... >>

Adidas looks at the World Cup from a different perspective, Brazuca ball kitted with internal cameras

Adidas looks at the World Cup from a different perspective, Brazuca ball kitted with internal cameras

By 3 April 2014

Adidas is building up to this summer's World Cup tournament by sending a customised Brazuca ball around the world to capture the excitement of football from a different perspective. The sports brand has kitted out one of the official World Cup footballs... >>

Hands-on: TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio review

Hands-on: TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio review

By 3 April 2014

Sports watches are evolving. The new TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio wants to be your one-stop shop for all things triathlon. New for TomTom is a built-in heart-rate monitor which means you can abandon the uncomfortable chest strap for real-time monitoring... >>


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