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Sony believes that Google's on to something with their Google Glass idea. That's why they are coming out with something similar, without requiring custom frames.
To all those wishing for a Fitbit Charge as a Chrismas present, Santa (or somebody at Fitbit) heard your wishes. The Charge is coming before Chrismas locally!
Jawbone has just announced two new activity trackers, the Up3 and Move, with the former being the company's most advanced activity tracker yet, boasting new features such as heart-rate and temperature sensor.
Microsoft is officially entering the wearables market with the newly released Microsoft Band, a 10-sensor fitness tracker that is compatible with Windows Phone, as well as iOS and Android.
Fitbit announces its new upcoming activity trackers; the Charge, Charge HR and the Surge with prices ranging from S$169 to S$329. Check out how what's in store for each version.
Hot on the heels of the rumor of Microsoft's foray into the world of fitness wearables comes the revelation of the Fitbit Surge, which is more than just a regular fitness tracker or smart watch. In fact, it might be marketed as a 'super watch'.
One of the biggest problems preventing the mass uptake of wearables today is battery life. No-one wants to recharge their watch every day. Samsung however, may have the solution: bendy batteries.