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Facebook appears set on crafting custom silicon for augmented reality devices

Facebook appears set on crafting custom silicon for augmented reality devices Facebook’s latest job postings are seeking engineers and developers for custom augmented reality chipsets, and seem to support speculation that the company is looking to produce AR glasses. The post Facebook appears set on crafting custom silicon for augmented …

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Spire Health Tags are now on Apple’s shelves – TechCrunch

Spire Health Tags are now on Apple’s shelves – TechCrunch Spire’s Health Tags, the dark and tiny devices you stick on your clothes to gather all sorts of health data from your steps, heartbeat and stress levels is now available at your local Apple Store. The company started out with a …

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Withings reclaims its brand with the new Steel HR Sport hybrid watch

Withings reclaims its brand with the new Steel HR Sport hybrid watch After repurchasing itself from Nokia, Withings is back with the new Steel HR Sport fitness tracker. The hybrid sports watch may look familiar, but any resemblances to Nokia’s Steel HR are only skin-deep. The post Withings reclaims its …

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Suunto 9 review

Suunto 9 review The Suunto 9 offers an astounding 120 hours of continuous tracking thanks to its intelligent battery modes and FusedTrack “GPS without GPS” tracking. We put the Suunto 9 through its paces to find out how well these features work. The post Suunto 9 review appeared first on …

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Not to be overshadowed by the Apple Watch, AliveCor announces a new 6-lead ECG reader – TechCrunch

Not to be overshadowed by the Apple Watch, AliveCor announces a new 6-lead ECG reader – TechCrunch Apple’s announcement last week of a Watch with an FDA-approved ECG reader to track heart health looked to be the undoing of original ECG reader company AliveCor. But, to prove it still has …

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Can a bracelet really let you control your dreams?

Can a bracelet really let you control your dreams? Like many tech products that emerge on crowdfunding platforms, Instadreamer is at once imaginative, intriguing, and somewhat suspect. The bracelet’s creators say their device will let users “take control of their dreams” by inducing vivid, lucid dreaming episodes. The post Can …

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