The popular third-party Nike Running app, Run+, updated this week to add shoe tagging and GPX exporting. GPX is essentially a file format used for saving and sharing GPS data. The shoe tagging feature is an option made available after a run is concluded and allows for users to record which pair of shoes they […]
Kinect may not be much of a gaming device anymore, but it’s responsible for some really interesting stuff – from trippy music videos to, now, weightlifting companions.
Windows 10 Mobile users can now snag the inKin app from the Windows Store and start joining physical fitness quest with their friends or the greater inKin community from around the world.
Microsoft Band gets new social features that will make running for longer than your friends more easily brag-able.
Jenna Wolfe quickly talks about the impact the Microsoft Band 2 has had on her life and what ingredient in a salad bar she would be.
For weeks now the Microsoft Band 2 has been pitted against the likes of various Fitbit fitness trackers, Garmin athletic gear and the Apple Watch by, predominantly sedentary tech reporters. Yes, the occasional fitness enthused reporter will pair the Band 2 against its market competition, but the comparisons mainly twiddle down to the look of […]
The popular Lose It! Weight tracking app has now come to Microsoft Band. The app allows users to automatically calculate how many calories they’ve burnt throughout their day during both active activities and passive everyday life. The Microsoft band will sync its calculated data to the cloud and update users’ Lose It! Account information. The […]
As well as the Microsoft Band sold in its limited first release to consumers, there are still a few sitting on shelves that both retail partners and Microsoft would like to replace with updated versions of the fitness device. Shortly before the October 6th Microsoft Windows 10 event, retail partners began lowering prices of the […]