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CNET Update: Capture every moment with wearable cameras

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CNET Update: Capture every moment with wearable cameras

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Sony's Lifelog and the Narrative Clip are designed to track and snap every minute of your life. And if you want a tracker for your dog's life, give them a Whistle.

It's time to documents every minute of your life no really I mean every minute. I'm Bridget Carey and this is -- CNET update. Thanks to our Smartphones our culture isn't fast with documenting and sharing everything -- -- you we track our location we track our stats and fitness but. Do you ever wish you could track more -- if you wanna make sure that you document every single aspect of your existence Sony has the answer. It's like -- now this app pairs with the Sony Smart and bracelet to track activities. But it also tracks the movies you watch the music -- listen to. And how long -- on FaceBook and Twitter but that's not all how about wearing a camera on -- necklace. -- concept like -- camera would hang around your neck capturing moments throughout the day and syncing with -- And -- -- the front of the camera it bookmarks -- moments he can remember it on your timeline. -- the camera doesn't have a release date yet. But they'll like flawed app and Smart am I right next month that the and is expected to cost about 130 dollars. But sun is not the first to have a wearable camera that documents your life. There's also have been Ericsson clip it's a small weather protected camera shaped like a square that -- clip on your collar. And it shoots two photos every -- it stores about 4000 photos for two days until you recharge it. And upload photos to your computer it's 280 dollars and it comes with one year of online storage. And if you wanna track man's best friend then check out the whistle it -- shaped wireless tracker that attaches to a dog's collar it tracks movement and location. And send that needed to -- -- -- and you see your dog eating exercise or when they're sleeping it's like -- it for pets. Some veterinarians actually have been using whistle for studying chronic pain in dogs and how active they are so there's more to it than just being obsessive about tracking everything. It works with Android and iOS and it cost 130 dollars you'll be able to buy this at PetSmart. Sometimes these wearable trackers can have create applications. For example what the fit it recent that you Wear which can measure sleep. Could send a message to your Netflix account that you fell asleep on the couch. And that it pauses the video that you're watching. Some savvy engineers at Netflix built a program to do just this and the user can go back and continue watching from where the tracker noticed you fell asleep. This feature isn't available now it was only that -- a fun -- building contest with Netflix but it shows you what's possible from the east fitness bracelets. Beyond counting your steps. That your tech news update you can get more details at cnet.com slash update. From -- studios in New York I'm Bridget Carey.
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