According to a supposed leak Microsoft Stores are receiving fresh inventory for the Band wearable today with the devices being available for purchase tomorrow. The Band has been sold out for weeks.
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The Microsoft Band has been scarcely available since its launch earlier this year, and according to Microsoftstore.com the fitness wearable won't be available for purchase again until next year.
If you're in the market for the Microsoft Band fitness device, you may be in luck: Microsoft's website is stating that the wearable will be in stock starting November 18th, so get ready to buy one!
Microsoft's first wearable fitness device has some great ideas, but athletes and other serious fitness users will lament its lack of advanced features that could be easily solved.
Microsoft has announced their new fitness wearable called the 'Band': the device will arrive tomorrow and work on all platforms and measure a variety of metrics.
Microsoft's new fitness-focused wearable device has been prematurely outed after its companion app was published to the Mac App Store - and the app gives us our first look at the new 'Band'
Just a few weeks after confirming its plans for a Windows Phone app, Fitbit has launched that app today, bringing extensive support for its fitness-focused wearables to Microsoft's mobile OS.
After the company denied any involvement with Apple's upcoming 'iWatch', the CEO of Swatch has revealed that they aim to produce their own fitness-focused smartwatch by the beginning of 2015.
Microsoft's upcoming fitness-focused smartwatch will reportedly feature a blood-glucose monitor and UV sensor, though information on what the device will look like is still limited.
It'll be a few months before the iPhone 6 will be revealed, leaving Apple to promote the 5s and its features, this time showing specifically how the device can be used to get fit and healthy.
Wellograph is introducing its all-in-one fitness watch that will offer native compatibility with Windows Phone devices, as well as Android and iOS. Launching this July, it will cost $349 USD.
Moves offers unique movement interpretation algorithms which collect data from sensors inside mobile device which makes it an attractive buy for Facebook.
Intel has reportedly won an auction to acquire wearable devices making company, Basis, for an amount upwards of $100 million to strengthen itself in the newly emerging wearables market.
A photo of LG's newest consumer product, the 'LG Lifeband Touch', has been leaked a week ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by an inside source on Twitter.
Nokia and Adidas have announced miCoach for Windows Phone 8, a fitness app that tracks your progress as you work out, including celebrity voice coaches, Nokia Music integration and Live Tile support.
Fitbit, makers of the popular fitness tracking devices, have officially confirmed they are working on a Windows Phone 8 app. There's no official release date but they said it would launch "soon".
A recent report indicates that Microsoft will update the dashboard to incorporate new exercise tracking abilities. The company will also launch a univeral heart rate monitor peripheral.
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