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Nike+ Move app hits App Store

Nike+ Move app hits App Store

Nike has some of the most popular activity and fitness trackers that are available in the form of its FuelBand wearable devices. Nike unveiled its Nike+ FuelBand SE last month packing some interesting technology into a bracelet designed to be worn on the wrist. The biggest problem about those FuelBand devices is that they tend to be expensive putting them out of the reach of some people who would like to own one.

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Nike FuelBand Android support explained by lack of Bluetooth LE

Nike FuelBand Android support explained by lack of Bluetooth LE

But wait a second, you might be saying - am I not holding a device in my hand right now with Bluetooth 4.0 and the capability of working with Bluetooth LE technology? Likely you are. Nike's comments this week suggest that they're not entirely confident that enough Android devices out in the wild work with Bluetooth LE at this time, and that the iPhone's newest editions are ready to roll in a way much more attuned to their preferred ecosystem.

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SlashGear 101: Nike+ FuelBand SE top to bottom

SlashGear 101: Nike+ FuelBand SE top to bottom

The original Nike FuelBand works with a rubberized body with the ability to rack up NikeFuel Points with a companion app for iOS devices - the Nike+ FuelBand SE isn't all that different. What you're seeing here is the next-generation device detailed by Nike this week in an effort to reboot the wearable for the next season of fitness fanatics. This device may not look a whole lot different from the original, but it's got a suite of updates in both hardware and software making it an incremental change-up ready to take on 2014.

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Nike+ FuelBand SE preorder starts today, shipping November 6

Nike+ FuelBand SE preorder starts today, shipping November 6

Sports-loving pushers of the wearable technology known as the Nike+ FuelBand SE have announced today that their next-generation wristband will be hitting preorders immediately today with shipping at the start of next month. Ready for the holiday season - or even a bit early, if you please, the folks at Nike have responded in kind with the competitors that've popped up since its original inception: Jawbone UP and FitBit Force (and Flex, for that matter). Here you'll find the second-generation FuelBand bringing back the same fashionable look with an advanced bit of technology under the hood.

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Nike+ Fuelband SE official: not just a splash of color

Nike+ Fuelband SE official: not just a splash of color

This week the folks at Nike have unveiled their next generation in sports-friendly wearable technology in the Nike+ Fuelband SE. This device works with a body that by all means looks the same as the first version of the band, but here works with a set of accenting colors that appear to differentiate in neon orange, yellow, and pink. There's quite a bit of technology inside to back up this refresh as well, of course.

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Nike FuelBand 2 expected with battery boost on October 15

Nike FuelBand 2 expected with battery boost on October 15

Nike is expected to reveal its next-gen FuelBand fitness tracking wearable at a New York City event on October 15, with the new accessory tipped to offer longer battery life through the use of low-power Bluetooth LE, among other things. Details of the agenda for the mid-month launch are scant, CNET reports, only promising to discuss "the future of the digital world and physical activity" at its so-called FuelBand Forum. However, leaks around the device have given us some expectations on what to expect.

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Apple hires Nike FuelBand designer for iWatch wearable project

Apple hires Nike FuelBand designer for iWatch wearable project

Apple has poached Nike's design director responsible for leading the FuelBand fitness tracker, with Ben Shaffer expected to go to work on Apple's own wearable project, the much-anticipated "iWatch". Shaffer led Nike's Innovation Kitchen, the R&D lab where the company developed more unusual products such as FuelBand and the lightweight Flyknit training shoe. Now, sources tell 9to5Mac, he's onboard at Apple most likely in the company's 100-strong wearables division.

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Intel wearables group grows: Nike FuelBand, Oakley designers onboard

Intel wearables group grows: Nike FuelBand, Oakley designers onboard

There's a relatively low-key group out there in the wild known "New Devices", running inside Intel with a key team of designers and engineers that've just grown with the hire of Nike FuelBand design engineer Steve Holmes. This group is run by Intel's Mike Bell - a man who has in the past worked as an engineer for both Palm and Apple. They've also recently hired a man named Hans Moritz, former leader of a project which created Oakley Airwave.

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