Tag: wearable tech

A cool new pregnancy tracker you might already have in your home.

We’ve been fans of Withings ever since we spotted their fitness tracker at CES a couple of years ago. Since then, they’ve added a ton of very cool new products, like their scale for one, which now allows expectant moms to track their pregnancy every time they step on it. Related: A fertility tracker that lets you toss out that BBT thermometer Once you activate Pregnancy Mode on your Withings scale, you’ll get an overview of your progress, which includes your pregnancy weight gain and how it compares to recommendations. Though, I should say that I was someone who gained a whole...

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Mother’s Day tech gift idea: The gorgeous Wisewear activity tracker, with a special feature to help keep mom safer.

There are no shortage of stylish activity trackers on the market today, all of which we think would make a very cool Mother’s Day gift for the right kind of mom. (Raises hand!). But this one from Wisewear isn’t just a pretty face. It can actually help keep the person wearing it a whole lot safer, too. Related: 2 new stylish fitness trackers in glitter and gold This gorgeous bangle will track your steps, distance, and calories, even sync with your phone so you can get gentle notifications if you get texts, calls or emails, which is super if...

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Web Coolness: The new NASA travel poster, a hot Instagram feature, and why people are leaving Snapchat

Here are some of our favorite tech links from around the web. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.   We’re loving this gorgeous new, free NASA travel poster. (via Laughing Squid) This device lets dads feel the fetus kicking in utero! Whoa. Ooh, wearable tech that’s actually chic and not gimmicky. Here’s how social media might be creating unrealistic parenting standards. Coming soon? Charging devices might be as simple as connecting to WIFI. Here’s everything you need to know about the hot new Instagram feature. 13 email etiquette rules from around the world. Randi Zuckerberg...

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10 stylish holiday tech gifts for the fashionista | Holiday Tech Guide 2016

Our tech holiday gift guide continues, this time with stylish holiday tech gifts. Whether she just loves her smart phone, or considers herself a tech geek with style, we’ve rounded up 10 of the coolest gifts that we bet she’d love to have under the tree come next week. Don’t miss our big CMT Holiday Gift Guide giveaway! Details below. Spoiler alert: You can win an iPad.  CMT is an rstyle and amazon affiliate.  Kate Spade Tracker We’ve had our eye on these Kate Spade fitness trackers since they launched, and can you blame us? They track your activity level,...

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Web Coolness: Election Party invitations go digital, David Bowie emojis, and Napflix

Here are some of our favorite tech links from around the web. We hope you enjoy them too!   6 cool digital election party invitations. David Bowie emojis are coming! Wishing you had a one-handed keyboard for your iPhone? Here’s how to make it happen. Here’s the scoop on the new Microsoft Teams. Should Slack be worried? Got insomnia? You might need Napflix. (Hilarious).   A wearable that might help you keep your kids safer. 5 cool STEM TV shows for kids. If you ever feel like your spelling ability is subpar, watch this. (Make sure the sound is on)...

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2 new, stylish fitness trackers in glitter and gold. Hello, lover.

Remember when fitness trackers looked like clunky bracelets on your wrist? Ah, those were the days. Well, thankfully, we’ve come a long way, baby. Just this fall, Kate Spade and Fitbit launched hot, new fitness trackers that we think you’ll want on your holiday wish list, and hopefully, your wrist. CMT is an rstyle affiliate. Related: 5 of the most glam, stylish wearable fitness trackers Kate Spade scallop activity tracker With so many designers working with tech companies to create fashionable bands and jewelry for fitness trackers, it’s no surprise that Kate Spade has jumped into the mix with her own activity tracker, in...

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Pokémon Go Plus: You can now play Pokémon Go without your phone. Take that, Pikachu.

Just when you were about to clothe you Pokémon Go lover in padded suits and a helmet, Nintendo launches Pokémon Go Plus, a handy wearable that lets PG lovers play without their phone. The small Bluetooth-enabled device can be worn on a belt, in a pocket, or on the strap around your wrist, and once it’s paired with your phone, you can play the game without looking at your screen. Yes, it actually lights up when you’ve encountered a PokéStop or a Pokémon, and with a simple press of button, you can collect items or catch the creature in...

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Web Coolness: Pizza delivery by drones, the Toasteroid, and tattoos that are actually wearable controllers

Here are some of our favorite tech links from around the web this week. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.   These tattoos are actually wearable controllers. Hello, future. Pizza delivery by drones! Do you read Terms of Service contracts? You’ve got to see this experiment. Big privacy concerns with upcoming changes to WhatsApp. Why yes, there is an app controlled smart image toaster. And it’s called Toasteroid.   You can now play Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe right in Google. So many llama laptop covers and iPhone cases we can’t pick a favorite. A new gadget that...

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A gorgeous wearable tracker that might actually help beat stress

We’ve seen lots of stylish activity trackers for women, even ones aimed to help deal with stress, but none have been so seemingly comprehensive in terms of physical and mental health as the new Bellabeat LEAF Urban. Related: 5 gorgeous fitness trackers for women Worn as bracelet, necklace, or a clip, the Bellabeat tracks fitness and sleep like most of the trackers on the market, but then it goes to a whole other level, from tracking your breathing patterns to letting you know when you’re about to start your period or if you’re PMSing, though that’s pretty obvious to me and those around...

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Web Coolness: Bitmoji on Snapchat, Google helps people register to vote, and free data for Pokemon Go players

Here are some of our favorite tech links from around the web this week. We hope you enjoy them too.   11 family-friendly TV shows that everyone will agree on that you can stream right now. You’ve got to see the winners of the 2016 National Geographic Travel Photography contest. T-Mobile is offering free data to Pokemon Go players. How Pokemon Go could be helping kids with autism.   A smart water bottle! A kitchen gadget everyone is raving about. Do you own one? The first ever fertility tracking bracelet. Wow. Google will now help people register to vote. Awesome! In...

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