and virtual personal trainers
Jawbone launched Jawbone Marketplace on Wednesday, a site that lets users purchase devices and services that take advantage of Jawbone’s fitness tracking and…
The inaugural Structure Connect conference had speakers and special guests discussing the rapid adoption of devices that are wirelessly connected, and what that means for consumers and businesses going forward.
Jawbone CEO Hosain Rahman didn’t exactly declare that he intends for the company to focus more on software than hardware, but said he believes that building wearable computing hardware for the masses is going to be tricky.
Jawbone’s latest iOS app doesn’t require its own fitness tracker, but it can pull in data from Apple Health instead.
After a $15.8M raise at a $3B valuation, Jawbone is inching a little closer to completing its planned $250M funding round.
Jawbone is opening up its app to the users of other fitness trackers. This is exactly what needs to happen for the internet of things to develop.
Don’t miss Gigaom’s first-ever Structure Connect conference, which will be all about building the Internet of Things.
Staples, the office supply chain, is doubling down in the smart home. It’s expanding of the number of stores that sell its Staples Connect hub and is supporting more radios and devices.
How does one build a search engine for connected devices? Even though we call it the internet of things, there’s more things than a network right now.
Originally only compatible with iOS devices, the Jawbone UP24 now works with Android phones and tablets that support Bluetooth Smart.
The new Jawbone Era is nearly half the size of its predecessor, and with a charging case gets nearly double the battery life.
We at Gigaom believe we’re on the cusp of an era in which all of the things in your life become connected, for better or worse. Here’s a summary of our guide to this on-the-go lifestyle.
It’s a heavy duty podcast this week as we talk book scanning, printing metal and quantifying yourself with the new UP24.
Jawbone’s UP24 wristband uses Bluetooth to wirelessly sync with your mobile device. And the Up app for iOS has been updated, making the fitness tracker more powerful than ever.
A new software update for Jawbone’s Big Jambox brings several performance improvements. Only iOS 6.1 devices will get one of the biggest though: two extra hours of battery life on the wireless speaker.
Last month, total funding in digital health may have been down, but deal volume was up. Take a look at a graphic showing some investment highlights from February in health tech.
Connected, smart wearables, are in a similar phase to the Home Brew Computer Club Days, according to Jawbone’s CEO Hosain Rahman. We’ll be talking about wearables, the quantified self and connected bodies at our RoadMap event on November 5th in San Francisco.
The latest health monitor hitting the market comes from Jawbone, a company that’s made its name by designing wireless headsets for phones. Called the Jawbone Up, the wrist-worn device launches on Nov. 6 for $99; it measures activity, sleep and nutrition through a complementary iPhone app.
The Jawbone Icon for Cisco is a little different from other headsets because it adds in upgradable firmware and the ability to seamlessly switch between mobile phones, Cisco IP desk phones, the Cius tablet and softphones, all through the headset. It’s basically a wearable computing device.
Aliph today launched a tiny new headset, Jawbone Icon, that is capable of using special apps that are downloaded to the device, thanks to its new platform. By offering optimized apps for this platform, the company is making what is essentially a dumb device smarter.
Like me, Jawbone has gotten a little skinnier and lighter. And like me, it has a whole new wardrobe. About 50 percent…