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Nike's HyperAdapt power-lacing sneakers are pretty McFly

Self-lacing sneakers take new form in Nike's latest creation. Also, Apple Watch gets EKG powers thanks to the Kardia Band, and Fossil puts fitness tracking tech into jewelry.

Nike has plenty of high-tech ways to track your workout, but its latest tech breakthrough is really just about looking cool.

Watch CNET Update for details on the new HyperAdapt 1.0 self-lacing sneakers, along with changes coming to the Nike+ app. It can feel like we're saturated with health-tracking tech these days, but AliveCor is taking a different approach with its Kardia Band for Apple Watch. Fossil, on the other hand, created activity-tracking jewelry that may remind you of another gadget:

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Nike's HyperAdapt power-lacing sneakers are pretty McFly