Tech 1 - Slash Gear looks at "Razer Nabu wearable entering beta program this summer. Gaming PC magnate Razer is getting into the wearable game. First showcased at CES this year, the Razer Nabu is among the class of fitness wearables poised to enter the market this year. The company has begun seeding their beta program, and it’s more than just a software test."
Tech 2 - Tech Crunch looks at "Apple Patents A Weightlifting Tracking Sensor With Possible iWatch Integration."
Tech 3 - re/code looks at "Sony’s Latest Activity Tracker Not Quite Fit for Primetime. SmartBand SWR10 and its accompanying Lifelog Android app. It’s available now for $100 (the app is free), but it only works with smartphones running Android 4.4 and Bluetooth 4.0, so if your phone doesn’t meet those requirements, you won’t be able to use it. Sony also says that it doesn’t have any plans to offer support for other platforms, including iOS, at this time."
Tech 4 - Gizmodo looks at "Sony SmartBand SW10 Review: Swings For the Fences, Misses By a Mile."
Tech 5 - Slash Gear looks at "Fitbit for Windows Phone 8.1 confirmed."
June 9 (Bloomberg) -- Affirm CEO and Founder Max Levchin and Chairman of Edventure Holdings Esther Dyson discuss wearable tech at Bloomberg’s Next Big Thing Technology Summit on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
On this episode of Talking Tech we're talking smart watches and wearable technology. Consumer Reports is coming up with new testing methods for this category. We discuss wearables and where they may be headed.
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Follow these simple steps to pair vívofit with your smartphone and the Garmin Connect Mobile app. Later, when you sync vívofit with your phone, your activity data will be sent to Garmin Connect Mobile so you can see your progress
Follow these simple steps to set up vívofit on your computer using the included USB stick. Later, when you sync vívofit with your computer, your activity data will be sent to Garmin Connect so you can see your progress.