If you don’t like the way fitness trackers like those made by Jawbone and Fitbit look, then you might be interested in the Withings Activité, which looks like a truly classic wristwatch.
Withings’ new fitness tracker looks like a fancy wristwatch, but it’s packing Bluetooth, an accelerometer and integration with Withings Health Mate.
TapTap-creator Woodenshark is one of several startups aiming to turn the connected wristband from a mere recorder of activity into a device that can communicate and control other apps through gesture and touch.
The iBox, one of eight finalists for GigaOM’s Mobilize Product Showcase, is designed to help manufacturers understand what connectivity can add to their products and analyze the kinds of data the internet of things will churn out.
Having got my first pair of progressive bifocals recently, I can’t help but want these smart glasses from PixelOptix. The lenses are embedded with liquid crystals which can create an “electronic reading zone” either automatically, thanks to an integrated accelerometer, or through manual activation.