wearables

SmartMio fitness wearable jolts the body with electricity

SmartMio fitness wearable jolts the body with electricity

This week the folks behind SmartMio are aiming to bring some extra in-depth fitness tracking to the public. They’ll be doing this with EMS, or Electrical Muscle Stimulation, also known as Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation or NEMS. In practice, this means that the SmartMio device won’t just be on your person, it’ll be attached to your body, sending nerve impulses "to engage your muscles during a workout."

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Nielsen on wearables: people want more style, lower prices

Nielsen on wearables: people want more style, lower prices

Though the wearables market has gained solid momentum over past months, wearable technology is still a niche and most likely to be found while out and about in the form of fitness bands or, occasionally, a smartwatch. Nielsen recently conducted research into how aware Americans are of wearable technology, as well as adoption rates and what consumers are looking for. Not surprisingly, most consumers are aware of the existence of wearables, but pricing and style are two big concerns influencing adoption.

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AT&T Samsung Gear 2, Neo, Gear Fit releases set

AT&T Samsung Gear 2, Neo, Gear Fit releases set

This week the folks at AT&T have let it be known that they’re releasing the full Samsung collection of wearable devices revealed at Mobile World Congress 2014 including the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and the Samsung Gear Fit. These devices will be headed to AT&T stores starting in April, with pre-orders starting tomorrow. The full collection will be offered in a number of packages as well.

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Project Morpheus PS3 integration or PS Move for PS4: one or both

Project Morpheus PS3 integration or PS Move for PS4: one or both

Today Sony has announced their newest virtual reality headset, one called Project Morpheus. In the lead-up to this device reveal, they showed off several experimental headsets they’d worked with, one with three PlayStation Move controllers taped to the user’s head. Could it be that this device will work with PlayStation Move controller integration?

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Android Wear aims at developers for Google Wearables

Android Wear aims at developers for Google Wearables

This morning Google introduced Android Wear, aiming to bring Android to our wearables future. The Internet giant provided a general look at what its system could do -- bring a usable roster of information to your wrist rather than just a clock and notifications -- and with that comes a slew of information for developers. We've delved into the Developer Preview for Android Wear, and have the details for you after the jump.

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