Nike will still develop activity-tracking software but it's going to stop work on its FuelBand wearable device.
Although the hottest new fitness device in the West wasn’t set to go on sale until tomorrow, Nike pulled the trigger early, because you can't wait to start earning NikeFuel.
Thanks to the M7 coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, Nike's new fitness app can track your movements without a separate hunk of hardware around your wrist.
This iteration of the FuelBand is an evolution that offers more accurate fitness tracking, better battery efficiency, and an improved design, Nike says.
Intel has hired away the senior design director for Oakley, who will bring his experience with smartglasses to the "new devices" team within the company.
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Strap it on your wrist, and it tracks your activity all day long. Is the Nike+ FuelBand just another expensive gimmick, or can it really help you get into shape?