The device promises to deliver more accurate tracking, and include support for stationary exercises like elliptical or bike machines.
Fitness trainers can provide users with advice and guidance that other apps cannot, as well as feedback on users' progress.
Relying on 9-axis sensors (accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer), the Moov can track user's motion with extreme accuracy, and even evaluate one's form.
The UP24 is a fancy-lookin' $149 wrist-band that can track your physical activity and sleep patterns, and allow you to set reminders to get you to move.
This device won't have a screen of its own, and you'll rather have to look at your smartphone to get any meaningful data.
Samsung's Galaxy S and Note series, Google's Nexus line, HTC One M7 and M8, newer Moto phones, LG Gx and several Sony Xperia models are all on the list now.
Google Glass enabled doctor to view patient's allergy information and current medication regimen without having to excuse hiself to login to a computer.
The device can passively monitor brain activity throughout the day and provide this intelligence to a physician to assist.
According to the company, this move was made to avoid the skin irritation problems that caused Fitbit to recall their Force band.
The newly announced Runner Cardio and Multi-Sport Cardio both build on top of the original Runner watch and include an integrated optical heart rate sensor.