Following the most successful fitness crowdfunding campaign to date, the team behind Moov is gearing up for batch two and making sure its wearable arrives in time for summer.
A powerful, low-cost device that 3D maps whatever it's strapped to could seriously shake up fitness-oriented wearable tech.
The Mio Moov 310 in-car GPS doesn't move very fast with all its performance issues, which is a shame since it otherwise offers a nice set of navigation features for a wallet-friendly price.
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At CES 2009, Mio Technology added four new models to its Moov line of portable navigation devices, all loaded with new Spirit navigation software.
With its 2008 Moov range, Mio becomes the first major GPS manufacturer in Australia to use maps from Navteq instead of Telstra's Whereis arm.
Mio introduces the first of its Mio Moov line, the fruits of a merger between Mio and Navman.
Makers of wearables are looking for new things to track about your body, even if they need to poke inside it.
Don't try tampering with Boeing's new "Black" phone, cover your webcam to avoid government spies, and meet the Moov fitness coaching tracker.
Commentary: Apple made no mention of a watch or related software at this week's developers conference, but it added a few potential pieces to its wearable puzzle.
Mio Technology officially announces its special edition Mio Knight Rider portable navigation system.