Startup is using smartphone technology to give users a better picture of their health. SmartPlanet gets a demonstration from Azumio's Jen Grenz.
Two apps from Bay Area start-up--a stress monitor and a heart rate gauge--attempt to make personal health monitoring easier by removing the need for accessories.
Company CEO Bojan Bojanovic stops by CNET's office to demo the start-up's Instant Heart Rate and Stress Checker apps. CNET contributor Boonsri Dickinson tries out the heart rate app and finds out why measuring stress levels is important for long-term health.
The app lets users enter symptoms, answer relevant questions, share consultations with health care providers, and maintain a general health and symptom history for multiple people.
Argus is a great option for getting a general idea of how active you are each day, offering features you won't find on other fitness trackers.
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Prototype setup includes earbuds that measure both acceleration and heart beat to calculate how hard you're working, and an app that grabs the best songs to keep you at your target heart rate.
In this week's episode, we manhandle a MacBook, let some San Franciscans try out the LG Optimus G Pro, and explore the newest ways you can find out all the stuff about your body you never wanted to know.
An app paired with an earlobe sensor that measures heart rate guides users through focused breathing sessions. CNET's Elizabeth Armstrong Moore tests her level of "coherence."
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