Fitness band meets smartwatch once again: the Gear Fit feels as if it's reading the pulse of where wearables need to be next.
USB drives in form of wristbands are both stylish and nerdy to wear.
The rumored new fitness device could launch as an accessory to the Galaxy S5, SamMobile reports.
At the first Wearable Technology Show in London, Fitbit lays out its principles for the modern gadget in the online, mobile, wireless world.
While Amazon's Prime service jumps in price, Microsoft offers a cheaper Office suite and Google drops the cost of Drive.
As well as Sony's SmartBand, today at MWC saw Motorola reveal it'll release a smart watch later this year.
At Mobile World Congress, Samsung debuts the Galaxy S5 with fingerprint and heart-rate sensors, Gear 2 smartwatches, and the health-focused Gear Fit. But Samsung's not the only one this week showing off smarter wristbands.
Moverio BT-200 Smart Glasses and Pulsense heart-rate monitoring watches and bands aim to take on Google Glass and fitness companies respectively, aiming at augmented reality and heart rate fitness specifically.
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The miCoach Smart Run Watch from Adidas packs in an MP3 player, GPS, and a heart-rate monitor. Plus, Windows 8.1 arrives and Facebook loosens privacy settings for teenagers.
If wearable tech's going to succeed, it can't feel this disconnected. We need a clear voice in the madness, and it's likely to come from Apple and Google.