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A new entrant into the fitness tracking world is a $25 wristband called the iBody. Alongside the traditional features like sleep and exercise monitoring, the wristband also has a nice display.
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.
Pensioners in care homes across north-east England, UK, have been enjoying the benefits of the Nintendo Wii to keep fit and healthy, using the activities on the popular Wii Sports game. Residents of homes owned...
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