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Let's be frank: Indoor exercise can suck. You're usually stuck in a gym or your home, and you can't get feedback without either a pricey trainer or a distracting mobile app. Runtastic thinks there might be a better way. It just developed Oculus Rift versions of some of its strength and toning exer

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December 15, 2014 at 8:00AM
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When a reality TV star \"balances\" a champagne glass on her bottom, scores of people must feel compelled to replicate that culinary feat. That's (probably) one of the reasons that Runtastic is announcing the Butt Trainer app that'll, apparently, help you improve the size of your backside. Like the

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Runtastic, best known for its fitness apps and hardware, just unveiled its first sleep-tracking app: Sleep Better. The app, which is available for both iPhone and Android, offers most of the features you'd expect. You can track the overall quality of your sleep by laying your phone beside you (it

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Most app developers have few incentives to build their own hardware, let alone the resources. With 25 million mobile users, Runtastic has both -- so it only makes sense that the company is bringing a slate of complementary exercise gear to the US for the first time. The initial catalog won't shock

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