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There's no word on how much Nokia can hope to recoup from a failed $191 million investment in an ecosystem of digital health products originally created by Withings.
At $99.95, the Fitbit Ace wearable unsurprisingly lacks built-in GPS, heart rate monitoring and other high-end features. But your kids probably don't need any of that stuff anyway.
Far from an Apple Watch killer, the Fitbit Alta is still a top-notch wearable device, and at $69.99, it's almost irresistible for fitness enthusiasts.
Withings is officially no more, as parent company Nokia quietly absorbs all of the health specialist's software and hardware products.
A small Finnish company called Beddit is likely to help the next-gen Apple Watch contend activity trackers with sleep-monitoring features of its own.
Priced at $140, the Garmin Vivosmart 3 wearable shows pretty complex wellness info and smartphone notifications on a hidden display.
There aren't many half-decent wearable devices around quite as affordable as the $60 Misfit Flare, capable of monitoring sleep, steps and distance.
Anybody remember the Basis Peak fitness watch? Anyone actually owning it? If so, you want to stop using it ASAP, and return it to Intel for a full refund.
One of Lenovo's lower-profile Tech World announcements centered on a pair of smart sneakers equipped with activity tracking functionality.