The FuelBand is dead but who cares, really. Because who needs a fitness tracker that tells you how much you already ran? Now, thanks to The Onion, we have Nike's new +Runlogic, which can tell you exactly what you're running to escape.
Nike tira la toalla en el mercado de wearables. Eso es, al menos, lo que aseguran fuentes externas a la compañía que aún no han sido confirmadas o negadas oficialmente. Según estos indicios, el fabricante deportivo cancela el proyecto de Nike + Fuelband, y cierra su división de hardware para centrarse tan solo en el…
Nike has fired the majority of the team responsible for its FuelBand fitness tracker according to a report from CNET today, which also claims that the company is jettisoning wearable hardware for good. An anonymous source says that roughly 55 employees were let go from Nike's Digital Sport hardware team, which covers…
We saw a half-baked version of LG's Lifeband Touch last year at CES, but couldn't actually play with it, and we never actually saw the fully torqued tracker come to fruition. This year the fitness tracker is back, and it is surely trying to be a whole lot of things all at once.
The FuelBand was Nike's first foray in fitness trackers, a sleek, stylish piece of wristwear that served as a constant reminder to be less lazy. The FuelBand SE is its wearable tech successor. But aside from a new splash of color on the band, it doesn't offer many more ways to make you move your butt.
Nike acaba de mostrar la segunda generación de su pulsera FuelBand. Se llama FuelBand SE y la principal novedad es que vendrá en más colores y será bastante más precisa que el modelo anterior. Debajo, todos los detalles.
Nike just showed off the second-gen version of its Fuelband, and for the first time, the fitness tracker is coming in a whole slew of colors. Here's everything you need to know about the improvements.
Those nifty Fuelbands and activity trackers can measure pretty much anything you do and even knows when you're having sex. So why not use similar technology to try and understand mysterious animals like the Polar Bear. That makes so much sense! And even better, why not add a GoPro camera to see what life is like for…
Si lo pensamos detenidamente, es lógico. La pulsera cuantificadora Nike Fuelband mantiene un escrutinio constante sobre nuestra actividad física diaria y es capaz de discernir incluso cómo dormimos. De ahí a poder hacer un seguimiento de la vida sexual del usuario sólo media la curiosidad que tengamos.
Late last year Nike announced that it was partnering with TechStars for its first ever Nike+ Accelerator program. In theory, the 10 startups chosen for this inaugural class would help strengthen and fix any glaring holes in Nike's existing FuelBand and Nike+ apps.
You know the Nike FuelBand as a sleek black band that's a half-step removed from a Livestrong bracelet. That wasn't always the case, though. Some looked totally different from the finished product, like this early mockup that basically got the FuelBand off the ground.
Since the launch of the FuelBand a year ago, many were wondering when Nike might deploy an Android companion app. Droid Life spotted that yesterday via its Support account on Twitter, Nike quasi-officially said that it is not working on an Android app.
Spend enough time in Portland and you're bound to come across someone who works at Nike. Poke and prod them enough and you're likely to walk away with some insider knowledge.
Ahí va otra de las pequeñas joyas del CES y que seguro dará mucho que hablar este año: el Smart Activity Tracker (SAT), de Withings. Es diminuto (aunque algo más grande que el Fitbit One) y recuerda un poco y muy bien al diseño del iPod Shuffle de Apple.
OK, 2012 wasn't the greatest year for tech, but it wasn't a total bust either. Wade through the glut of comically oversized phones, tiny tablets and fruit company refreshes, and you're bound to come across a few shiny needles in that crummy haystack. Here, in no particular order, are the 10 most important gadgets of…
He's always asking you to find cool stuff for him on the Internet. She lovingly calls you geeky, in a cute way. They always think you know everything about technology because they know nothing. Like, literally nothing. To them, a Galaxy S III is a Droid. Or, even worse, they think it's a Samsung iPhone. These people…
The new and improved Nike+ GPS Running app was released today, and it has some pretty impressive improvements to be aware of.
When it comes to fitness trackers, the psychology behind them is just as important as the technology inside them.