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- ViewIt uses your body's electrical conductivity to sense movement and activities.
- ViewSensors and algorithms could help detect depression, anxiety and cognitive decline.
- ViewMore like iPhone 12S, right?
- ViewYou might know if sounds are disrupting your sleep.
- ViewYou no longer need a subscription to access the Beacon tool from your phone.
- ViewOfficials want to know how Peloton is reporting injuries.
- ViewThe sweat-proof cans feature JBL's audio tech.
- ViewECG and EDA sensors help you monitor your heart health and stress response.
- ViewSales were previously halted because of safety recalls.
- ViewThe latest version of the software references a device codenamed "Ceasar" and "Mazu."
- ViewIt even comes with a built-in "Red Room" filter.
- ViewThe feature currently works with machines from NordicTrack and CLBMR.
- ViewThe company temporarily limited access to prevent accidents.
- ViewPlus sales on the 2021 Apple TV 4K and Roku streaming gadgets.
- ViewEven a small business could put robots to use.
- View'Lanebreak' puts you in control of a tire on an obstacle course.
- ViewYou might not need to visit a clinic.
- ViewPlus the best price we've seen on the Mac Mini M1 and a new games sale at GOG.com.
- ViewThe Google Nest Hub might have fresh competition.
- ViewAlso, we test out the latest Echo Show devices and a Lenovo gaming laptop.
- View12The company’s latest attempt at a stylish wearable is not for everyone.
- ViewHyrope is now available for pre-sale.
- ViewThey used rotating mirrors to pull off the feat.
- ViewMindfulness, Messaging and more.
- ViewToo bad you must have the company’s underwhelming $100 wearable to use the app.
- ViewPelican Explore & Fit Cycle will hit shelves at Target next week.
- ViewYou have to be careful about much more than the iPhone 12.