We’re beginning to sound like a broken record during our regular weekly roundups of the biggest news on Wareable.
So let’s jump right in with the biggest wearable tech news of the week….
Jawbone unleashes new tracking duo
Fitbit the week before, Jawbone this. That's right, we're talking about new lines of fitness trackers – with Jawbone lifting the covers off of a pair of new wearables this week.
HP smartwatch hits online fashion store
The 44mm stainless steel smartwatch is officially called the MB Chronowing and packs smart features such as email, text and app notifications.
Rival Korean devices finally go on sale
Two big smartwatches hitting the shops this week, direct from Korea. First up is the long awaited Samsung Gear S, which of course blurs the boundaries of smartwatch and smartphone by including a SIM card slot - it went on sale on Friday priced at a whopping £329 in the UK. US cell carriers are also offering it at various price-points with various data contract deals.
Fitbit opens the door to Apple Health
Much has been made of the fact that the Fitbit ecosystem isn't Apple Health compatible, with reports even suggesting that Fitbit's decision to go it alone led to the Cupertino company pulling Fitbit devices from its stores.
However, Wareable spoke to Fitbit's Gareth Jones this week and he told us there was still a chance Fitbit and Apple Health could become a happy union. Click here to read the full interview.
There's nothing too ground breaking about this week's subject of Crowdfund this: Our weekly look at the world of wearable tech startups seeking funding.
The Nightro Athletic smart clothing is designed to offer 360 degree visibility for runners of cyclists, with the reflective print t-shirts made from a conductive fabric that allows a charge to be taken from a battery pack to a pair of LED lights.
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