AIRO wristband analyzes what you’ve eaten in real-time

The activity tracker arena may see an interesting addition in the shape of the AIRO wristband. Besides tracking your sleeping patterns, counting the steps you take and measuring your stress levels, the wearable device is said to be capable of analyzing what you’ve eaten during the day. With the new wristband, the AIRO team not […]

Fitbit Force now officially announced

As we predicted last week, the Fitbit Force is on its way. Today, the successor to the Fitbit Flex was officially announced. The new fitness tracker features two important additions: an OLED display and an altitude meter. Its display allows users to call up more information than ever before. For instance, you can directly check […]

Amiigo: the youngest player in the wearable market

The market for wearables continues to grow. Approximately a year ago, we already wrote about the Amiigo, the latest fitness wristband on the market. Back then, the crowdfunding project still had to begin, but its inventors have already attracted funding (a cool 580,710 dollars) and taken the first wristbands into production! The Amiigo consists of […]

These eight wearables are the ones to watch

The market for wearables continues to grow. This makes it virtually impossible to keep track of all the developments. To help you out, we have created a brief overview of the current trends and the wearables you should keep your eyes on: 1. Run-N-Read The Run-N-Read allows you to read texts on an e-reader or […]

Nike creates new metro map for London showing FuelPoints between stations

A Nike+ FuelBand is a great device for tracking your daily activities. The app’s playful nature will quickly challenge you to move more — between metro stations, for instance. The people at Nike thought the same, so they sent out a data scientist to determine how many FuelPoints you can actually earn by walking from […]

Activity tracker Angel: a godsend for creative developers

Out of the blue there’s a white wearable that seems to prove the existence of angels. Because particularly for creative developers, this white wearable is a veritable godsend! The Angel bracelet boasts a host of integrated sensors that will set every self-tracker’s heart ablaze: they measure your movement, skin temperature, blood oxygen level and pulse. […]

New tracking app Temple favors user convenience over accuracy

You can keep track of where you have been with Foursquare, update your food diary with Foodzy and expertly analyze your sports activities using a plethora of fitness apps. Bottom line: the biggest problem of tracking apps is that they demand a lot from their users. That, in any case, is the opinion of the […]

Sleekly designed activity tracker ‘Shine’ now available in Apple Stores

The company started as a tribute to Steve Jobs, who died the day it was founded. Their first project went on to become one of the most acclaimed crowd-funding projects, and as of this morning, the Misfit Shine has finally become available to the public. As you may have expected, the activity tracker hit the […]

Trackers Test: Fitbit Flex vs Jawbone UP vs Nike+ FuelBand

Since I write activity trackers on a regular basis, people often ask me which of these devices are the best. The same happened to AllThingsD columnist Lauren Goode, and so she decided to perform the ultimate test. Admittedly, Goode doesn’t leave the work half done. During a 10-day period, she wore a Nike+ FuelBand, a […]

Data synching between Foodzy and Fitbit now works both ways

Users of Foodzy, an app and web service that allows you to keep track of what you eat and drink each day, can now view their diet data on their Fitbit dashboard. Although the link between Fitbit and Foodzy has been available for some time, until now it was only possible to synch Fitbit data […]