Wearable gadgets have become a serious trend, especially with the rising popularity of smartwatches. There are also wearables to help track your fitness, health and now even posture. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a handful of the best posture-correcting devices on the market.
Track your posture, step count, and calorie burn with this small magnetic fitness device.
Good posture isn't a choice when you squeeze yourself into Alignmed's new high-tech bra. It's an imperative. CNET's Amanda Kooser knows firsthand.
There's been an explosion of gadgets that can track your fitness, sleep and even your posture. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a new category of wearable devices that focus on safety.
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Straighten up. Quit slouching. Do it with the Lumo Lift, a clip-on gadget that keeps tabs on your how bad (or good) your posture is.
Whether you're already noticing early signs of carpal tunnel syndrome or just want to get started on prevention, the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop is a cost-effective, well-thought-out solution that puts a healthy posture at your fingertips.
Harvard study shows that the size of a device, and your body posture using it, influences your behavior and demeanor.
Israeli researchers develop program that uses Webcams to alert desk workers to how they are sitting vs. how they should be sitting, and say it works better than conventional ergonomic training.