Category Archives: Smart wristbands

Kardiaband: Pay to play

Now our one-month premium trial has expired, the Kardiaband has lost some of its shine: What wasn’t clear from the start is that unless you have a paid, premium subscription, it is

Kardia delivers instant EKGs – may save your life

Kardia is nothing short of a medical marvel - and a great example of how wearable tech is becoming invisible. A little sensor integrated into an Apple Watch band is hardly noticeable,

Our search for the perfect tracker continues (as Withings Steel HR fails) | Wearable Tech Watch

It's starting to look like an impossible quest: The search for the perfect fitness tracker. After a strong performance over the last weeks, our Withings Steel

What’s going on at Jawbone? | Wearable Tech Watch

Our return to Jawbone made us wonder what the company is doing - since it's been notably quiet in introducing new smart wristbands.

Emfit QS is an advanced sleep sensor | Wearable Tech Watch

Emfit QS is possibly the most-advanced non-medical grade sleep sensor you can buy - and we're putting it to the test. Apart from running out of bedside power

Wearables meets IoT at Smart IoT London | Wearable Tech Watch

This coming week, wearables meet IoT at the biggest dedicated show of its kind so far - Smart IoT in London. WearableTechWatch will be there, with editor-in

PitPat is a pooch fitness tracker | Wearable Tech Watch

A couple of years ago, my expectations were shattered after putting a Fitbit on our family dog. I’d expected a good 20,000 steps per day – but what the readouts

Fitbit’s stock price: Cause for alarm? | Wearable Tech Watch

On paper, it would be one of the greatest wearables success stories – yet Fitbit's stock has hit its lowest-ever point.

New Fitbit Blaze “smart fitness watch” | Wearable Tech Watch

It's CES week - and that means a slew of new wearables, including a second "smart fitness watch" from wristband market leader Fitbit.

Wearable tech must become invisible | Wearable Tech Watch

Now what for smart wristbands, the poster child of the first wave of wearable technology? The answer is that wearables must become invisible.