Too much information can be hazardous to your health.
It measures running, standing, working out.
More sensitive data to steal.
This is the best Cupertino can do?
Like it needs another one.
Fitness apps will benefit.
It’s not about doctors on demand for the wealthy. It’s about hooking everything together and creating something new.
We all want that magic app that will make us healthier. Developers are responding—as are tech giants.
Developers report delays.
Shopping for your wrist is surprisingly tough.
Will athletes inspire us more than our friends did?
Two strikes—is Apple out?
HealthKit vs. Google Fit.
Blame a bug in Apple’s HealthKit.
Not tracking my runs isn’t exactly sporting.
Smartphones won’t always be the center of things.
All of your workouts, all of your meals.
Step counting may be just a feature, not an entire product category.
Treadmill desk: check. Fitness tracker: check. Apps, apps, apps: check. ReadWrite’s editor-in-chief embarks on a four-month experiment.
Your next computer may whisper to you.