The company best known for its Bluetooth headsets is accessorizing with BodyMedia, which focuses on wearable body monitors.
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If you really want to know how many calories that exercise burned, the BodyMedia Fit easily beats other popular trackers. But being an armband, rather than wristband, isn't particularly comfortable.
If social makes things better, the Jawbone Up might be the tracker for you. It's easy for friends with the device to motivate you. But for "non-step" activities, you may need to do manual logging.
The market is still young. But companies big and small are positioning themselves to be at the center of the wearable computing business when it explodes.
Looking to track your activity? The Nike FuelBand makes it easy to set and monitor a daily goal. Not so easy is keeping it updated on things it might miss.
Sprint will unveil a suite of apps for its Android-based phones at CES this week that will allow users to crunch the numbers coming out of their BodyMedia armbands.