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Withings Activité Steel unveiled as stainless steel fitness tracker

11/17, 10:25am

Stainless steel version of Withings fitness tracker watch shipping this month

Withings has introduced another wristwatch with activity tracking capabilities, in time for holiday shopping. The Activité Steel fits in between the Activité Pop and the original Activité in the tracker roster, using the same nondescript watchface with an added percentage sub-dial for monitoring progress, with the timepiece housed inside a stainless steel case with chrome hands and smooth silicone straps.


Briefly: Android Lollipop on LG G3, Withings Activité pre-orders

11/10, 6:58am

LG bringing Android Lollipop to G3 smartphone in Poland this week

LG is claiming it will be the first major manufacturer to roll out Android Lollipop to its flagship device. The company is aiming to ship the Android 5.0 upgrade for the LG G3 in Poland this week, with "other key markets" to follow in the "near future." A rollout schedule for other LG smartphones and tablets will be announced by the device producer at a later date.


Briefly: Withings Activité due October, Gmail unsubscription changes

08/07, 12:04pm

Withings aiming for Activité smartwatch release in October

Withings is aiming to put its Activité smartwatch on sale in October, CEO Cédric Hutchings has revealed. At the same time as advising to Wareable about the updated release schedule for the wrist-based device, Hutchings highlighted the stylish and minimal design of the Activite compared to other smartwatches, claiming "We found that wearables were not that wearable." The Withings Activité will apparently cost around $500 at launch.


Withings Activité hides fitness tracker inside traditional wristwatch

06/24, 6:44am

Plain dial of Withings Activite hides activity tracking, sleep monitoring hardware

Withings has unveiled a fitness tracker embedded in a traditional-looking watch. The Withings Activité combines the typical functions of a fitness tracker, such as the Pulse, but hides the majority of its functionality behind a plain watchface, with the only clues to the device's capabilities being the logo and a secondary dial showing the percentage of progress made towards a fitness goal.


RunKeeper, Withings, Strava among initial HealthKit supporters

06/04, 4:30pm

Execs tout centralization as benefit

Four health and fitness technology companies -- RunKeeper, Withings, Strava, and iHealth -- have confirmed plans to support Apple's HealthKit platform. RunKeeper's CEO, Jason Jacobs, comments that bringing "some of the other key players in the ecosystem (doctors, EMRs, etc) into the discussion" is "where things need to be heading." Withings CEO Cedric Hutchings says his company is in favor of the shared API approach, since it already produces an API of its own.


Briefly: Withings updates Pulse Tracker, Bitcasa adds Chromecast

04/22, 6:51pm

Withings updates Pulse activity tracker, adds blood oxygen monitoring

Health accessory manufacturer Withings has announced that its Pulse activity tracker has been updated with new sensor capabilities and followed the news with the release of the Pulse O2. Able to measure the user's blood oxygen level, the Pulse O2 features a new bracelet mount for wrist wearing. By measuring one's oxygen saturation level, the Pulse O2 can determine how efficiently the user is breathing during activity. The Pulse O2 is priced at $120, and is available now through Withing's online store. Existing Pulse users can adopt the new features by downloading a free firmware update.


CES Briefly: Wellograph activity tracker, Withings new sleep monitor

01/05, 8:30pm

Wellograph wearable activity monitor able to graph stats

Revealed at today's CES 2014 Unveiled event, the Wellograph offers users an activity-tracking device that emphasizes its aesthetic, and functions as a standalone device.


Briefly: Withings Pulse launched, Myspace releases stats since revamp

06/28, 6:15pm

Pocket-sized activity tracker first to track heart rate

Withings released its activity tracker into the American market yesterday, aimed at the large market of joggers and runners throughout the country. The Withings Pulse is designed to be readily available while remaining unobtrusive in size. With a full functioning OLED touch surface, users can navigate their 14-day data history that includes tracking of steps taken, distance covered, elevation, calories burned, and quality of sleep. Withings Pulse is unique in respects to other activity trackers for its ability to not only automatically detect running, but can measure heart rate with its on-board heart rate sensor. The device can hold a charge up to two weeks, and is charged by USB port or power supply unit.


Withings Pulse activity tracker shipping next month, tracks heart rate

06/22, 9:11pm

Sensor under rear clip can measure rate of pulse

Withings is attempting to enter the activity tracking market by releasing its own fitness tracker. The Withings Pulse, a rebranded version of a device shown at CES earlier this year, is a clip-on pedometer with similar features to the Jawbone Up, Nike Fuelband, and the Fitbit range of trackers, though it is able to measure a heart rate when the wearer touches the unit's back.


Withings rolls out baby and toddler Wi-Fi scale

01/17, 2:50pm

iOS app allows for weight recording, other data collection

Accessory manufacturer and designer Withings has announced the availability of its Internet-enabled baby and toddler scale, the Withings Smart Kid Scale. The Smart Kid Scale has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, which allows for the instant transfer of data measured by the scale to be sent directly to the Withings Baby Companion application. The scale and app combo provides parents a simple and accurate way to monitor, understand and share a childs growth using the Internet.


Withings Internet-connected scales come to US

11/05, 12:42pm

Wireless Scales can tweet user weight

Withings today announced the US availability of its next generation of Internet-connected bathroom scale. The Wireless Scale WS-30 brings Bluetooth Smart technology and Wi-Fi capability to the bathroom, allowing users to wirelessly beam vital information without having to connect to a computer directly. The Wireless Scale also includes on-screen visuals that will help users correctly position themselves for accurate weighing.



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