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Jawbone Activity Clip: Never lose your Jawbone UP

Jawbone UP2 with jump rope fitness bracelets are often expensive devices, you do not want to lose them. Jawbone, therefore, proposes Activity Clips, in order to prevent the jawbone UP slipping off so that the bracelet don't get lose. They take such action after complaints from users because the lock on the gym armband came loose. The Activity clip is available for Jawbone UP2 (Flat Strap), Jawbone and Jawbone UP3 UP4 bracelets. You can order the clip for free if you have a user account at Jawbone. You slide the clip on the clasp of the bracelet. You can get…Read more

Fitbit can automatically measure workouts

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Fitbit can now automatically recognize when you're exercising. This is possible thanks to the SmartTrack feature, which automatically detects whether you're just out walking or running, cycling, playing basketball, tennis, soccer, kickboxing, or dancing. Fitbit: automatic measuring sports You do thus not press a button to start the measurement, but you must have the correct Fitbit device, because it only works on relatively new models: the Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge, two fitness trackers that you wear on your wrist. A software update adds the new functionality. Both Fitbits can measure your heart rate but have a very different…Read more

Golfing with the PIQ sensor

PIQ Golf sensor
There are many golf sensors with which you can measure your swing. The new golf sensor PIQ offers something extra: you can measure with it the distance too. There's a lot of technology in the device: NFC, GPS, Bluetooth and a motion sensor with 13 axes ensure that every stroke is now measured in detail. The PIQ has an LED screen where you can see exactly where you stand on the green. The manufacturer cooperates with Mobitee, which can provide data on 35,000 courses. You measure at the same time also the swing of each shot, such as the speed…Read more

Smart Homes and the Internet: What You Need to Know

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Home automation has come a long way. Ever since the first automatic garage door opener was installed in 1926, there have been ongoing ‘smart home’ advancements in just about every area of living space you can think of. Today, there are ways to enable automation that can improve safety, protect property, reduce energy costs, and much more. What is becoming increasingly obvious when it comes to smart homes is their reliance on the internet. In the early 1990’s, when home automation was just getting a foothold, it wasn’t really that important to be able to network multiple ‘smart’ devices together…Read more

IFixit: Oculus Rift uses separate screens and hybrid fresnel lenses

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The first Oculus Rifts are sent and iFixit has a copy of the VR glasses in hands. The teardown conducted by the website reveals that the consumer version of the VR goggles features twin OLED panels and uses hybrid Fresnel lenses. Oculus Rift Teardown The Oculus Rift displays images at a resolution of 1080x1200 pixels per eye. Thanks to the iFixit teardown of the VR goggles, it is now clear that the headset uses twin OLED panels, each having a diameter of 90mm which brings the pixel density of 401ppi. on both OLED panels, a fresnel lens is mounted. These…Read more

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Jawbone (company) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jawbone is an American privately held consumer technology and wearable products company headquartered in San Francisco, California. It develops and sells wearable ...

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Jaw - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The vertebrate jaw probably originally evolved in the Silurian period and appeared in the Placoderm fish which further diversified in the Devonian.

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Jawbone | UP Fitness Trackers | JAMBOX Speakers | ERA ...

Jawbone is creator of the revolutionary UP fitness tracker system and is a world-leader in consumer technology and wearable devices powered by data science.

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jawbone - Wiktionary

jawbone. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search. Contents. 1 English. 1.1 Alternative forms; 1.2 Etymology; 1.3 Noun.

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Jawbone | About The Company - Jawbone | UP Fitness ...

Jawbone develops human-centered wearable technology and audio devices unparalleled in their technical innovation, ease-of-use & sophistication of design.

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