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Apple has finally pulled back the curtain on its long-awaited Apple Watch at a special launch event at the Flint Center in California, US, with the new device featuring a whole host of health and fitness-related functions.
Online gym pass provider PayasUgym has launched an innovative new Fitness Marketplace enabling customers to search and choose gym passes, fitness classes and memberships from more than 2,000 gyms and health clubs across the country.
Sepp Blatter has said a football TV referral system may be trialled in 2015, allowing coaches to challenge a referee’s decision for the first time ever.
Sony has taken a step forward in the battle to gain dominance in the wearable technology sector with the unveiling of its latest SmartWatch 3 at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin, Germany.
Fitness tracking application RunKeeper has partnered with mobile reward service Kilp to give users gifts and brand samples when they reach their exercise goals.
Launches of wearables from tech giants such as Apple have the potential to revolutionise the fast-growing market and “reshape the way people think,” according to a new report.
American and Canadian tennis enthusiasts could soon get the chance to record metrics and data from recent performances to help improve their game, with Sony preparing to launch its attachable Smart Tennis Sensor early next year.
A new piece of wearable kit has been developed to stop people from overeating, with the Bite Counter looking to provide a remedy to the developed world’s obesity crisis.
Batteries may soon be a thing of the past for low-power wearable technology devices, with the potential for energy to be generated from body heat and movement, plus ambient energy from the environment.
Nike has unveiled the world's first LED basketball court in Shanghai, China, a facility that has been created for basketball star Kobe Bryant to help train young players in Shanghai as part of Nike’s RISE campaign.
Manchester United FC (MUFC) has moved to ban iPads from the club’s stadium, at a time when many sports clubs are embracing technology as a way of enhancing the matchday experience.
Be it sleeping in or skipping the gym, everyone wishes they could kick those bad habits that hurt productivity and prevent physical activity. Now, a new wearable is bidding to not just track activity, but use pain and shame to ensure users have no choice but to reach their goals.
Virgin Active has unveiled plans to launch two new ‘technology-focused’ clubs in London during early 2015.
Users of wearable technology devices could be at risk of cyber attacks, with potential hackers able to intercept users' data for as little as US$70 (€52, £41), according to a new study by online and mobile security specialist Symantec.
Hewlett-Packard could be the latest technology giant to enter the growing smartwatch market this year, with rumours within the sector suggesting that a fashion-focused device could be released in the autumn.
Technology designer FreeWavz has launched a campaign to gain funding for the creation of a new set of earphones designed to collate health and fitness metrics, while also looking to cater for the safety of cyclists and joggers.
While the bulk of wearable technology has so far focused on wristwear, a company from India wants to get to the heart and sole of fitness tracking through a new pair of wearable trainers.
iPhone users are typically more interested in general health, while the average Android user consumes more fitness content, according to a study from mobile intelligence firm Opera Mediaworks.
Scotland has never been known for its warm climate, but members of the ClanFit gym in Glasgow were given the chance to go seriously sub-zero this week, thanks to an extreme cryotherapy treatment.
A new research paper examining why as many as one in three people ditch fitness trackers shortly after buying them, has found that better education of the benefits is key to ensuring more “happily ever afters” between consumers and their wearables.
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Featured supplier: Precor launches member-focused Preva Mobile app
Precor has launched a mobile app to accompany its popular networked fitness solution, Preva, which has so far recorded almost a billion workouts in more than 11,000 facilities worldwide.
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At Myzone we reward Effort to solve the pervasive problem of ‘diminishing motivation within exercisers’ ...
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Apple has finally pulled back the curtain on its long-awaited Apple Watch at a special launch event at the Flint Center in California, US, with the new device featuring a whole host of health and fitness-related functions.
Online gym pass provider PayasUgym has launched an innovative new Fitness Marketplace enabling customers to search and choose gym passes, fitness classes and memberships from more than 2,000 gyms and health clubs across the country.
Sepp Blatter has said a football TV referral system may be trialled in 2015, allowing coaches to challenge a referee’s decision for the first time ever.
Sony has taken a step forward in the battle to gain dominance in the wearable technology sector with the unveiling of its latest SmartWatch 3 at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin, Germany.
Fitness tracking application RunKeeper has partnered with mobile reward service Kilp to give users gifts and brand samples when they reach their exercise goals.
Launches of wearables from tech giants such as Apple have the potential to revolutionise the fast-growing market and “reshape the way people think,” according to a new report.
American and Canadian tennis enthusiasts could soon get the chance to record metrics and data from recent performances to help improve their game, with Sony preparing to launch its attachable Smart Tennis Sensor early next year.
A new piece of wearable kit has been developed to stop people from overeating, with the Bite Counter looking to provide a remedy to the developed world’s obesity crisis.
Batteries may soon be a thing of the past for low-power wearable technology devices, with the potential for energy to be generated from body heat and movement, plus ambient energy from the environment.
Nike has unveiled the world's first LED basketball court in Shanghai, China, a facility that has been created for basketball star Kobe Bryant to help train young players in Shanghai as part of Nike’s RISE campaign.
Manchester United FC (MUFC) has moved to ban iPads from the club’s stadium, at a time when many sports clubs are embracing technology as a way of enhancing the matchday experience.
Be it sleeping in or skipping the gym, everyone wishes they could kick those bad habits that hurt productivity and prevent physical activity. Now, a new wearable is bidding to not just track activity, but use pain and shame to ensure users have no choice but to reach their goals.
Virgin Active has unveiled plans to launch two new ‘technology-focused’ clubs in London during early 2015.
Users of wearable technology devices could be at risk of cyber attacks, with potential hackers able to intercept users' data for as little as US$70 (€52, £41), according to a new study by online and mobile security specialist Symantec.
Hewlett-Packard could be the latest technology giant to enter the growing smartwatch market this year, with rumours within the sector suggesting that a fashion-focused device could be released in the autumn.
Technology designer FreeWavz has launched a campaign to gain funding for the creation of a new set of earphones designed to collate health and fitness metrics, while also looking to cater for the safety of cyclists and joggers.
While the bulk of wearable technology has so far focused on wristwear, a company from India wants to get to the heart and sole of fitness tracking through a new pair of wearable trainers.
iPhone users are typically more interested in general health, while the average Android user consumes more fitness content, according to a study from mobile intelligence firm Opera Mediaworks.
Scotland has never been known for its warm climate, but members of the ClanFit gym in Glasgow were given the chance to go seriously sub-zero this week, thanks to an extreme cryotherapy treatment.
A new research paper examining why as many as one in three people ditch fitness trackers shortly after buying them, has found that better education of the benefits is key to ensuring more “happily ever afters” between consumers and their wearables.

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