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Daily News Roundup: AT&T Says 5G’s Pricing Structure Will Be Similar to Home Internet

Right now, when you pay for a cellular plan, you typically get what you get when it comes to speed. AT&T says that 5G is going to change that, allowing users to pay more for faster speeds. This sort of structure isn’t outside of anything we’re used to—that’s exactly how it has worked for home broadband for years. If you can handle 50 Mbps down, then you can save money. But if you want 200 Mbps or more, then you can shell out the funds to pay for that. It’s the way of the world. But generally sp...
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Google Fit comes to iOS

Google today announced that Google Fit, the company’s fitness tracking app that launched on Android back in 2014, is now available on iOS. It definitely took Google a while to bring the app to iOS. Until today, the only way to get your Fit data on your iPhone was in a special section of the Wear OS app on the iPhone. Without a Wear OS device, though, that section would’ve been empty. If you’ve seen the Fit app on Android, then the iOS version will look very familiar. It features the same f...
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Google Fit is now on iOS

Being more physically active in your everyday life can help reduce the risk of heart disease, improve sleep and increase overall mental health. When we launched the new Google Fit last year, we translated the science behind physical activity into two simple and smart activity goals: Move Minutes and Heart Points. Now, we're bringing the Google Fit app to more people—starting today, it's available to download on iOS. Track your Heart Points and Move Minutes earned Move Minutes and Hea...
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Meet the Nowa Superbe, a smartwatch that never needs charging

You’d never guess that the Superbe was a hybrid smartwatch. With its incredibly fashion-forward aesthetic, the Superbe is a gorgeous looking wristwatch with a unique dial and a simple yet classy design that’s fitting of its Parisian roots… but the Superbe is more than just a gorgeous looking wristwatch. It’s a hybrid smartwatch too, with a world-clock, activity tracker, sleep tracker, Bluetooth controls, and probably its biggest feature, its ability to work without needing to be charged. This ...
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Daily Crunch: SoftBank bets big on autonomous delivery

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here: 1. SoftBank’s next bet: $940M into autonomous delivery startup Nuro Nuro has raised $940 million in financing from the SoftBank Vision Fund, a whopping amount that will be used to expand its delivery service, add new partners, hire employees and scale up its fleet of self-driving bots. The autonomous ...
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Apple partners with VA to bring Health Records to veterans

Apple announced this morning it has partnered with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to make the Health Records feature on iPhones available to veterans. The deal will allow the veterans to view their medical information across participating institutions, including the VA, organized in the Apple Health app. These health records include allergies, conditions, immunizations, lab results, medications, procedures and vitals, and will be displayed alongside other information, like Apple Wa...
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Withings’ new watch will offer the same game-changing ECG feature as Apple’s latest

At CES this week, French consumer electronics company Withings is set to show off its forthcoming Withings Move ECG, a product it bills as the first analog watch to offer the same game-changing feature for which Apple’s newest Watch Series 4 attracted so much attention and headlines when it was unveiled. It’s right there in the name of the new Withings’ device - the ability to take eletrocardiogram (ECG) readings on-demand, which will let people presumably do a better job of monitoring their car...
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Review: Apple Watch Series 4

Roughly two-and-half minutes into my run, the watch kicks in. There’s a haptic buzz on my wrist. “It looks like you’re working out,” the watch face reads. That’s followed by a big, yellow button, suggesting I start an indoor run. I tap the neon button and the clock starts, comping me a reasonable approximation of the time it took for the Watch to be sure what sort of activity it was detecting. I wasn’t actually planning to test the feature on this particular run. In all the stretching/music pick...
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10,000 Steps Is a Bullshit Goal

More exercise is better than less, but beyond that, there’s nothing special about taking 10,000 steps each day.Read more...
Tags: Walking, Exercise, Fitbit, Activity Trackers, Lifehacks, Google Fit, Apple Health, Step Counters


The mim X Turns the Watch’s Glass Top into an Invisible Display

Normally, being two-faced is a bad thing, but that’s exactly the thing about the mim X watch that makes it so awesome. This traditional looking smartwatch steps far away from tradition with its transparent levitating display (TLD), a technology that allows the glass above the watch dial to become a transparent screen. When not in use, the mim X looks exactly like a normal watch with an hour and minute hand, but it hides innovation in plain sight, as the glass above it lights up to display ever...
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Apple Watch heart rate data used as evidence in Australian murder trial

Data collected from the Apple Watch has been used as evidence in an Australian murder trial, where it provides a chilling timeline of the murder victim's last moments, and may end up being instrumental in the killer's conviction. The post Apple Watch heart rate data used as evidence in Australian murder trial appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Apple Watch heart rate data used as evidence in murder trial

Data collected from the Apple Watch has been used as evidence in an Australian murder trial, where it provides a chillingly timeline of the murder victim's last moments, and may end up being instrumental in the killer's conviction. The post Apple Watch heart rate data used as evidence in murder trial appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Wearables, Trends, Data, Apple Health, Murder Trial, Apple. Apple Watch


Fantastic Apps to Start the New Year Right

Many people seek to start a new habit or tackle a project with the start of a New Year. It makes sense, after all, we often have a bit of a time to reflect between Christmas and New Years and the end of the calendar acts as a good prompt for reflection. As such, here are some recommended apps that will help you tackle taking on a new habit or skill this new year. Habit Apps One of the types of apps that can help no matter what area you are looking to improve in, is a habit app. These are ba...
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Too Many Tech Products Leave Women Out - Here's How to Change That

Remember Bic For Her, the ridiculous line of pens made just for our dainty lady hands? "Shrink it and pink it" has long been how lazy companies try to target women (see also: power tools, electronics, sports gear). It's frustratingly reductive, assuming that women only care about "cute" . . . rather than real features that serve the complex, busy, brilliant people we are. Now it's happening in our tech, too. While researching a new book about how bias is designed into technology, I found tons o...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Opinion, Religion, Women, Tech, Tim Cook, Jack Dorsey, Women In Tech, Leslie Jones, Sen Al Franken, Sara Wachter Boettcher, Apple Health, Body positivity, FaceApp


Why Does Fitbit's New Watch Skip a Feature Fans Were Clamoring For?

I’m a big Apple Watch user, and every time I strap on a Fitbit, I run into the same problem. Instead of opening the Fitbit app to look at my heart rate and sleep cycle, I open Apple Health and then am immediately disappointed because none of the data from my Fitbit actually syncs with Apple Health. Which means it…Read more...
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Sweetgreen’s app is the first to send calorie info straight to Apple Health

Sweetgreen's app will let you track your calories (as little as they may be) more easily than ever by allowing you to apply calorie counts to your Apple Health data anytime you place an order through the app.  The post Sweetgreen’s app is the first to send calorie info straight to Apple Health appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Keep count of your calories easily with Sweetgreen's Apple Health integration

Sweetgreen's app will let you track your calories (as little as they may be) more easily than ever by allowing you to apply calorie counts to your Apple Health data anytime you place an order through the app.  The post Keep count of your calories easily with Sweetgreen's Apple Health integration appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Swiss on the Front, Smart on the Back.

There are two types of watch people. The ones who believe in wearing an immaculate, precious, hand-crafted piece of art on their wrist… and there are those who want all of technology’s achievements strapped to their hand. There are two types of watch people… but there needn’t be.Swiss on the front, smart on the back, the Smart Buckle by Gooseberry attaches itself to literally any watch. Designed to help you preserve your precious timepiece while adding a world of functionality to it, the Smart...
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How to Save Yourself From ‘Text Neck’ (Trust me, you’ve got it!)

You're reading How to Save Yourself From ‘Text Neck’ (Trust me, you’ve got it!), originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. As I type this I'm sitting, hunched over at my desk, staring at my phone researching what I'm about to tell you. Turns out, this slouched over position I find myself in, and that I'm in constantly throughout the day, has now been proven to lead to degeneration ...
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Apple enlists help of startup Health Gorilla to add diagnostic data to iPhones

Apple is reportedly working with a small startup, Health Gorilla, to include diagnostic data on the iPhone. The new addition is meant to encourage users to take control of their health by keeping track of medical records. The post Apple enlists help of startup Health Gorilla to add diagnostic data to iPhones appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Apple wants you to store your entire medical history on your iPhone

Apple's Health app is already used for fitness monitoring and storing basic patient data, but the company is hoping to expand its capabilities to support full-on medical record keeping. The post Apple wants you to store your entire medical history on your iPhone appeared first on Digital Trends.
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TomTom Sports app now syncs with Google Fit and Apple Health

Staying fit is already challenging enough, so keeping tabs on your progress shouldn't add any additional stress. TomTom agrees, and has brought an update to its sports app that allows users to import data from Google Fit and Apple Health. The post TomTom Sports app now syncs with Google Fit and Apple Health appeared first on Digital Trends.
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TomTom Sports app now syncs with Google Fit and Apple Health for quicker fitness

Staying fit is already challenging enough, so keeping tabs on your progress shouldn't add any additional stress. TomTom agrees, and has brought an update to its sports app that allows users to import data from Google Fit and Apple Health. The post TomTom Sports app now syncs with Google Fit and Apple Health for quicker fitness appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Mobile, Trends, Google Fit, TomTom, Health & Fitness, Apple Health, TomTom Sports


Why Networking Is Not Overrated

How an introvert networked their way to a few million in revenue Theme Song: Rise and Shine — J. Cole I caught a conversation last week started by Naval Ravikant of Angelist (hi Naval, lets talk sometime!) that caught my attention: Networking is overrated. Become first and foremost a person of value and the network will be available whenever you need it. — Naval Ravikant (@naval) March 29, 2017 And the response from Anil Dash : I have a better network than almost anybody you know & this is ...
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Sprinkles from SXSW: Observations on Technology Changing the World

As someone who keeps an eye on the market for Sprinklr, SXSW is always a fascinating time for me. Over the last few days I’ve explored the trade show floor and attended sessions on a wide range of tech-related topics. Below are some of my observations on what’s hot (and what’s not) in Austin this year. Bot Madness I knew that bots and AI would be big themes of SXSW17 just from the sheer number of sessions dedicated to these topics. There was even a bot meet-up (which I attended). At this point...
Tags: Business, Marketing, Nasa, Austin, Orion, Medtech, Technology Changing the World, Apple Health


How To Get All Your Fitness Tracking Data in One Place

You’ve got data pouring in from your connected fitness tracker, your smartphone, your smartwatch, the smart scales in your bathroom and the dieting app you use to log your meals—so how do you get all of this information in one place? It isn’t easy, but here are a few pointers to help.Read more...
Tags: Health, Mobile, Apps, Wearables, Science, Fitness, Desktop, Google Fit, Apple Health


HealthView Gives You a Better Overall Look at Your Apple Health Data

iPhone: The Apple Health dashboard isn’t really a great way to quickly glance at all your health data in on place. It packs in a weird amount of unnecessary information and larger, useless graphics. HealthView gives you a more concise view of that same data.Read more...
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Google Calendar goals now have Google Fit and Apple Health integration

Google introduced Goals feature for its Calendar app back in April last year that lets you find time to meet your personal goals such as fitnes. Now you can connect Google Fit and Apple Health to your fitness goals in Google Calendar. When you do, activity in your favorite fitness apps will be recorded and used to … Continue reading "Google Calendar goals now have Google Fit and Apple Health integration"
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Google Calendar wants to help you lose all that holiday weight with new fitness features

If you’ve made a new year’s resolution to get in shape, you might find Google Calendar handy, thanks to its latest update. Last April, the company added a Goals feature, which allowed users to set targets like ‘Hit the gym thrice a week’ or ‘Practice guitar for 20 minutes a day’. It’s clever enough to reschedule your sessions if you have other appointments at the same time. Now, the service is integrating with Google Fit and Apple Health, so it can follow your fitness activity from your phone an...
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Google Calendar iOS App Update Adds Apple Health Support For Better Tracking of Fitness Goals

While everyone is focused on the technologies that are being showcased at CES 2017, Google silently updated its Google Calendar app for the iPhone this week. The update brings Apple Health integration into the iOS app, so that users will keep track and be more motivated to reach their fitness goals. 
Tags: Google, News, Apple Health