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armband

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Myo gesture-control armband uses muscle power

The Myo gesture-control armband is looking to consign camera-based gesture recognition to the history books.

By February 25, 2013

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Intel partners with Fossil for fashionable wearables

The chipmaker and watchmaker hope to capture some of the new market, expected to reach $8 billion in revenue by 2018.

By September 5, 2014

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Push takes fitness trackers to the next level

Strength-training armband Push targets more serious athletes, and Facebook adds a new Save tool to read posts later.

By July 21, 2014

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Push takes fitness trackers to the next level

Strength-training armband Push targets more serious athletes, and Facebook adds a new Save tool to read posts later.

By July 21, 2014

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Push fitness tracker puts focus on strength training

Need something more serious than a Fitbit? The Push armband measures force, power, and velocity during a strength training workout. CNET's Bridget Carey looks at how it provides helpful feedback for athletes.

July 21, 2014

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Get a PureMove Sports Armband for iPhone for $34.99 shipped

Normally $50, this exercise-friendly accessory is smarter than the average armband.

By May 27, 2014

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Nike FuelBand -- out of gas already?

The sportswear company could be close to ditching its fitness hardware efforts, but don’t sound the death knell for Nike technology. Consider, for one thing, the Apple connection.

By April 10, 2014

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Get your body into VR games

Gesture-control armband Myo by Thalmic Labs has found a way for gamers to go from hands on to hands in. When paired with virtual-reality headset Oculus Rift, gamers can see and use their hands in games. CNET got a demo of the combo in action.

March 21, 2014

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Alcatel Onetouch Pop Fit is a 'wearable' smart phone

Alcatel's Onetouch Pop Fit is a budget smartie that comes with an armband, so you can strap it on while you exercise.

By February 23, 2014

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Control your computer from afar with Myo armband

Thalmic Labs has created an alternative to the mouse and keyboard. The new Myo device uses muscle sensors to understand your gestures, letting you use your hands to play video games, swipe through slides, or turn up your tunes.

By January 30, 2014