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iWatch tipped by Apple Nike FuelBand developer hire Jay Blahnik

iWatch tipped by Apple Nike FuelBand developer hire Jay Blahnik

Though it's not entirely aimed at a public release, Apple's hiring of fitness expert and Nike FuelBand developer Jay Blahnik has become public knowledge and a tip not to be missed over the past several hours. This hire has he masses suggesting Apple is aiming for more wearable technology finesse, possibly aiming at the fabled iWatch for development over the next several seasons. This follows up on a tip from earlier this year that Blahnik would be joining Apple, both this and that rumor suggesting the developer would be working on codename iWatch this year.

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Nike FuelBand 2 reportedly adds heart rate monitor and BT 4.0

Nike FuelBand 2 reportedly adds heart rate monitor and BT 4.0

Nike's second-gen FuelBand fitness monitor will include heart-rate tracking and Bluetooth 4.0, insider sources claim, as well as the ability to feed motion data into third party applications. The sports company is already field-testing the new wearable in casings disguised to look exactly like the first model, Gear Live's tipster suggests, with a boost in responsiveness among the improvements mentioned.

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Nike confirms its not working on a FuelBand Android app

Nike confirms its not working on a FuelBand Android app

Back in October, Nike rolled out some new colors for its Nike+ FuelBand, as well as rolling it out in retail stores and on its online store. Before that, however, back in early 2012, Nike had stated that it was working on an Android app, which was supposed to be released last summer. That time has come and gone, however, and now the company has confimed that it is not working on such an app, instead dedicating its efforts to iOS.

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Nike unveils NikeFuel Missions game

Nike unveils NikeFuel Missions game

The Nike+ FuelBand has been around for a long time. The device is a bracelet that people wear on the wrist during activity or exercise to track all sorts of metrics. The bracelet tracks things such as calories and counts steps. The bracelet sells for about $150 and is available in multiple colors.

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Nike adds new option to Nike+ SportWatch line

Nike adds new option to Nike+ SportWatch line

The Nike+ SportWatch GPS wristwatches have been around for a while. This watch is a tie up between athletic shoemaker Nike and GPS company TomTom. The product allows athletes to track all sorts of metrics about their run. TomTom and Nike have unveiled a new addition to the launch lineup.

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Nike+ FuelBand expands with new colors and iPhone 5 compatibility

Nike+ FuelBand expands with new colors and iPhone 5 compatibility

Though it would seem that the Nike+ FuelBand would have been compatible with the iPhone 5 right out of the box, Nike has reassured users that it is indeed with a second wave launch of their FuelBand active user wristbands. These bands will be coming in two new colors: White ICE and Black ICE, these becoming the third and fourth versions of the device. The original ICE FuelBand also has a Black Steel companion out there in the wild now as well.

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MOTOACTV sports watch now more affordable with $100 price cut

MOTOACTV sports watch now more affordable with $100 price cut

A few months ago we wrote about how Motorola’s MOTOACTV sports watch was priced pretty high for the average customer, and now Motorola has responded with a $100 price cut. For those of you looking for an affordable way to track calories, steps, miles ran or distanced pedaled on a bike, the new prices for the MOTOACTV makes it a much more reasonable option to choose from among other similar watches.

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