Wearable fitness makers are increasingly interested in tracking our vitals. Now Fitbit has announced a collaboration with glucose monitor company Dexcom to develop and market products to help those wi
There’s this idea that if we quantify and track our lives, our lives will be better. But I’m not so sure about that. Over the past week, I’ve tracked both my sleep and bedroom air qu
Jolted into existence with a $500,000 Indiegogo campaign back in 2013, followed by a version 2 that was sold in Apple Stores all over the world, Beddit is back with a third generation of its popular a
Finnish startup Blooming is aiming to help bouncing-off-the-walls-stressed office workers regain control of their lives by using wearable tech. The service includes monitoring and tracking stress leve
Would the world be different if Neil Armstrong had worn a Fitbit wristband when he set foot on the moon? What if Nixon had been equipped with a cardiac sensor during Watergate?
The way we do everything has been turned upside down: how we read, how we communicate, how we get from point A to point B, how we eat and how we get help when we need it. We are living through the “
Life360, the maker of mobile applications for iOS, Android and Windows Phone that help keep families connected, has acquired Chronos Mobile Technologies, a startup behind a number of mobile apps that
Quantified-self enthusiasts - those who are somewhat obsessed with using technology to better understand themselves, their daily habits and personal trends - have been fortunate to have a wide variety
As the world continues to see more and more everyday objects become "hardware" controlled through <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2014/03/18/googles-android-wear-a-nexus-program-for-smartwatches-
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Hardware maker, Heapsylon, debuted two new fitness products at <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/tag/ces-2014">CES 2014</a> : a smart fitness sock that coaches users on their running technique in r
LG played up its push into wearable tech earlier this morning, and now it looks like Sony's turn to do the same. Sony Mobile president and CEO Kuni Suzuki took the stage at the tail end of Sony's CES
The quantified self movement has grown to the point where you could easily bedeck your limbs with thousands of dollars of tracking gadgets, and the race to measure your movement isn’t going to end a
As evidenced by sonogram photos posted to Facebook and the apparent popularity of “ultrasound parties,” pregnancy is a time ripe for sharing. A new startup called BabyWatch is taking those
Technology makes it easy to turn the minutiae of our daily lives into useful data sets, but sometimes it feels bleak seeing every experience or memory broken down into pie charts and bar graphs. mem:o
As a quantified-self junkie and a huge slob, I enjoy attaching all manner of electronics to my body. That's why I was excited about the <a target="_blank" href="http://www.lumoback.com">LUMOBack</a>.
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.getchronos.com/">Chronos</a>, a time-tracking application for iPhone that launched at last year's <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/09/11/time-tracking-app-
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.myfitnesspal.com">MyFitnessPal</a>, a service that allows users to track their calories and share that information with friends, has raised $18 million in its first
Quantified selfers who are also surfers, skateboarders (or skiers/snowboarders) won't be feeling so left out of the tracking trend if this Kickstarter campaign hits its funding goal. Trace is a monito
New Kickstarter project Trace is like a Fitbit for your extreme sports needs, allowing people who skate, surf, snowboard and ski to track a lot more than just time, distance and pace while participati