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How a £60 Smartwatch Can Still Be a Waste of Money

With smartwatches, as with other technologies, you expect them to get more advanced with each iteration. The Apple Watch Series 4 introduced ECG measurements right onto the wrist. Since its Ionic smartwatch, Fitbit added red LED Sp02 sensors to each of its devices for some future sleep apnoea-related feature that it hasn’t revealed. Samsung brought longer lasting battery to its Galaxy Watch, and then quietly added beta testing for blood pressure measurements to the Galaxy Watch Active. Read More >>

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CES 2019: Withings Takes a Page From Apple and Adds ECG to Its New Smartwatch

The Apple Watch Series 4 nabbed lots of headlines in 2018 thanks to its electrocardiogram (ECG) feature. Now, Withings is looking to follow suit by adding ECG capabilities to two new products at CES 2019. Read More >>

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Withings Is Back With an Activity Tracker I Don’t Mind Wearing All the Time

Most fitness trackers are still ugly as sin. But Withings, fresh from its split with Nokia, is back to remind us that it doesn’t have to be this way. Read More >>

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The Real Withings Returns With a Smarter and Sportier Smartwatch

Withings’ history reads like a rollercoaster tour of early wearable development, because after the company launched its first product—a connected body scale—almost 10 years ago in 2009, Withings quickly followed up by expanding into things like smartwatches, blood pressure monitors, smart alarm clocks, and more. Read More >>

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Nokia Screws Up Again, Sells Withings Back to Its Co-founder

Another day, another company snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. This time it’s Nokia, as the company has decided to sell its health division— formerly known as Withings—which it purchased for $191 million in 2016. The sale itself seemed inevitable, and its price undisclosed, but its buyer is a huge surprise: the original co-founder of Withings, Éric Carreel. Nokia expects the deal to close in “late Q2 2018.” While I respect the hustle, the sale of Withings and its host of incredible health products leaves me feeling more nervous than ever. Read More >>

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This Smart Wi-Fi Hairbrush Has to Be CES 2017’s Most Ridiculous Gadget

Withings, you’ve made day. The tech firm’s teamed up with L’Oreal brand Kérastase to create the Kérastase Hair Coach Powered by Withings, a device they all insist is “the world's first-ever smart hairbrush” -- a bona fide game-changer for the morning routine. Read More >>

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This Super Accurate Thermometer Can Take Your Temperature Without Even Touching Skin

The most accurate way to take an infant’s temperature — a rectal thermometer — is also one of the most unpleasant. But infants the world over will wail a sigh of relief now that Withings new Thermo, which requires just a forehead sweep to detect a fever is here. Read More >>

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Nokia’s About to Go Crazy With Digital Health Hardware

Brace yourself for a slew of Finnish health hardware: Nokia has just announced that it plans to buy the digital wellbeing and wearables company Withings for €170 million (£130 million). Read More >>

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A Giant E Ink Countdown on Withings’ New Fitness Tracker Makes It Hard To Be Lazy

At this point there are more activity trackers to choose from than stars in the sky. But with its new Go, Withings has focused on two of the most important features aspiring fitness buffs will need: great battery life thanks to an E Ink display, and a prominent countdown to keep users motivated. Read More >>

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Sixteen Sensors Let Withings’ New Forehead Thermometer Make Easy Instant Readings

If the thought of sticking a thermometer where the sun don’t shine to get an accurate reading disgusts you, Withings new Thermo provides a far less awkward, but equally accurate way to measure someone’s body temperature with just a simple tap on their forehead. Read More >>

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Withings’ Wonderful Watch-Looking Fitness Tracker Now Works With Android

At this year's CES, we found out that one of the most attractive (and expensive) fitness trackers out there was going to come in an affordable form: the Withings Activité Pop. The catch? It was iOS only. But no more! Withings has announced both the £320 and £99 versions of its watch-based fitness tracker are coming to Android. Read More >>

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The 21 Gadgets From CES 2015 We Actually Want

As you may have noticed, it was CES this week, that eternal springboard for the year's gadgetry that vaults a random collection of up-and-coming inventions into our faces and asks us to remember to buy them at a much later date when all the lovely companies have decided when they can actually make them for. Read More >>

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Watches are the Next Fitness Trackers

This year's CES is flooded with fitness trackers, and there are hundreds more waiting in the wings. But what sets the most interesting ones apart isn't price: it's design. The fitness tracker and the watch are converging, in the best possible way. And faster than you might have thought. Read More >>

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Withings Activité Pop Fitness Tracker: Looks Nice, Right Price

Withings has been making some of the best fitness trackers for a couple years now. So when we first saw the Withings Activité — a lovely analogue watch that was secretly an activity tracker — we were excited. That excitement waned, somewhat, when we found it it costs £320. Oh but hello, here comes the new Activité Pop, which looks almost as good as the original, but costs one-third the price. Consider us interested. Read More >>