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The Fitbit One is a feature-rich pedometer, but the wristband-style Jawbone Up and Fitbit’s own Flex are more convenient and much better deals.
Hewlett-Packard's latest tablet is described as the new "64-bit ElitePad" -- a sign that Windows 8.1 tablets running on Intel's Bay Trail chip will begin to go 64-bit.
A native app for the popular fitness-tracking devices is now available on Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones.
Wearable technology startup CEO James Park says during an interview at the LeWeb conference that there is plenty of room for more wearable companies and products in the market.
You may not have noticed, but most Windows 8.1 tablets run in 32-bit mode despite having a 64-bit processor. That's about to change.
The $99.95 Fitbit One clips to your clothes to measure the steps you take, the stairs you climb, and the quality of your sleep.
For $99.95, the Fitbit One is way more capable than the typical pedometer. It can track your sleep, calories consumed and burned, stairs climbed, and yes, steps, too.
If counting steps is your thing, the Fitbit One has you covered. It will also track your sleep and help you log calories and other exercise, but for these non-step activities, Fitbit One can be lacking.
Molly Wood unboxes two brand-new wearable fitness tech gadgets to help you decide which one might make your holiday lists. Plus, she takes to the track in the Shelby GT500, and checks out the future of space travel with SpaceX.
On this week's episode, I unbox two new fitness wearables, plus the GoPro Hero 3. Also, the GT500 on a race track and the future of space travel with SpaceX.