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Fitbit, Jawbone, Garmin and Mio fitness bands criticized for privacy failings

Several of the most popular fitness wearable makers have been criticized for having obscure and asymmetrical terms and conditions that impinge on Europeans' consumer and privacy rights.

The Surprisingly Comfortable Mio Alpha Heart Rate Watch Does Away With Those Pesky Chest Straps

The <a target="_blank" href="http://www.alphaheartrate.com/#alpha">Mio Alpha</a> made a bit of a splash on Kickstarter earlier this year when it promised a heart rate-sensing watch that didn't use che

Mio’s Alpha Kickstarter Project Is A Very Cool, Touch-Free Heart-Rate Monitor Watch

<a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/tag/Mio">Mio</a> made some fairly cool heart-rate watches a few years ago but they required you to place a finger on two little pads while running in order to take

Tele Atlas to load realistic 3D city images onto PNDs

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/salzburg.jpg">Remember this day. Today is the day that you saw the future of <a href="http://www.crunchgear.com/tag/gps/">GPS</a> navigat

Magellan jumps the consumer GPS boat

Magellan is moving past the highly competitive consumer GPS market. The entire sector will be sold off to MiTAC International, the folks behind the Mio GPS brand, at the end of January ’09.

Garmin comes out on top of J.D. Power GPS rankings

The J.D. Power and Associates just released the 2008 Portable Navigation Device customer satisfaction rankings with Garmin taking the top seat and TomTom following closely behind. These scores are a

Review: Mio Knight Rider GPS

There are lots of GPS units out there, talking to lots of drivers.  Some people may even enjoy the voices produced by their GPS units. But only the Mio Knight Rider GPS can speak to you in the voice

First live shots of Mio Leap K1: Literally half cellphone, half GPS device

Several live shots of the Mio Leap K1 have appeared online. The half cellphone, half proper GPS navigator first started making the rounds in early June, but now that there’s live shots we’

Video: Hands on with the Knight Rider GPS from Mio

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Finally, a GPS unit voiced by the Knight Rider guy

If your name is Michael and you’re into GPS systems, then have I got the unit for you. The Knight Rider GPS by Mio features voice directions by none other than William Daniels, the voice of KITT on

Mio embeds GPS in digital cameras now

Oh let’s just embed GPS in every little thing from now on. Mio, known for its stand-alone GPS navigation devices, will debut two smartphones at a trade show in Taiwan this week. (Think of that G

Mio launches foursome of inexpensive GPS units

[photopress:526216540001_392_1.jpg,full,left]Mio’s dropped a quad of new dash-bound GPS units that are aimed at first-time buyers. The Moov series now has four additional units, the 300, 310, 20

Mio adds 3D support to GPS units

You know that cool feature in Google Earth where in decent-sized cities you can have 3D renderings of buildings and so forth? Mio Technologies is bringing that fun to the GPS world with the new C620 a

Mio Wants You To Lose Some Weight, Fatty

I had the opportunity to sit down with Physi-Cal CEO Liz Dickinson the other day and chat about Mio and their upcoming line of watches. The Mio line isn’t just another line of cheapo heart rate moni

Mio DigiWalker C520, The GPS Device That Talks To You

Mio first showed off the DigiWalker C520 portable GPS device during the heady days of CES back in January. Well now it’s out there, waiting for you to buy it so you can go on all sorts of GPS-gu

Mio C220 In-Car GPS Receiver: Everyman Cheap

Mio’s got a low cost, entry level GPS receiver with your name on it. It’s the C220 and has a 3.5-inch LCD and doles out turn-by-turn directions (in English, Spanish or French) thanks to it

Mio C320, C520 and C520T Widescreen GPS Units

Mio makes, like, a lot of GPS devices of various shapes and sizes and just showed off three hot little numbers at CeBIT. There’s the C320, C520 and C520T, all of which have a 4.3-inch widescreen

Mio H610: The iPod of GPS

Not only does the Mio H610 have a glossy iPod front, there’s a metallic iPod backing as well. It’s “cute, smart and charges with a standard mini-USB connector”, which more and