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Keeping health in check with your smartphone

Lifestyle is an important area in which smartphones are adding value to our lives. Studies have shown that people’s constraint on their cell phones have contributed to obesity and other health-related issues. However, there are plenty of ways to use your smartphone to improve your health. It help you display your physical motion, plan improved meals, and keep track of your blood pressure and other personal data.

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Health Tracking by the Wearables in 2017

Wearables can track almost everything in our daily activities like movement, steps, sleep and heart rate. With so many wearables in the market today, selecting a fitness tracker can be a little difficult. The right wearable for you will depend on your individual needs and on how active your lifestyle is whether its step counting, sleep tracking or heart rate tracking.

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Wearables of the Future

Android Wear 2.0 just came out a few weeks back, the Huawei Watch 2 at MWC, the Levi’s/Google jacket at SXSW, and we also have a new Apple Watch with an update to WatchOS later this year. Overall, this year we are seeing smartwatches mature in terms of both hardware and software.

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Your wearable can know that you’re falling sick

Smartwatches are known for tracking activity, fitness, heart rate, count the number of steps, calories burnt, and distance run, and so on. But imagine if your smartwatch can tell you that you’re about to fall sick.

In a study at Stanford University conducted by Snyder said, that his team was really amazed to see that the wearable were so effectual in detecting the beginning of the flu, or Lyme disease. They monitored around 60 people, and the researchers collected around 2 billion measurements, which involved sleep, heart rate, fitness, weight, blood oxygen levels and skin temperature. By making use of the mentioned data, they proved that it is possible to spot abnormal changes in anyone’s usual vital signs, which might signify a change in their health.

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The Apple Watch is changing our everyday lives

The Apple Watch is seems to be leading over Fitbit’s sales in new reports. People are looking forward to the next WatchOS in June and also, the new Apple Watch coming out later in September. We have been analysing how the Apple Watch has been making a positive affects on it’s users lifestyle.

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Wearables at MWC 2017

Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona had a few interesting smartphone & wearable launches. Although, the number of wearable launches were much lesser than the past years MWCs. Most of the wearables were in the smart-watch form factor.

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What’s next for wrist wearables in 2017?

After spending couple of years on the market, smartwatches and fitness bands seem to have lost their consumer traction, especially since the mobile industry is focusing more on other innovative technologies, such as augmented reality, virtual reality and alternative futuristic wearables like smart contact lenses.

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How it feels to be Lifelogging

Lifelogging apps and wearables are becoming very popular in 2017. The growing array of wearables help with being able to track in a seamless manner. But, the question that really matters here is that, how it feels to lifelog. It is actually pretty hard to answer with a single point of view.

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