If you’re one of those old enough to have a mobile phone in the late 1990s and early 2000s, you’d know how prominent Nokia was as a brand. And as we finally bid farewell to this once great brand, I thought of giving tribute by having a trip down memory lane.
A lot of gadgets today are equipped with sensors that measure your steps and your calories. However, despite the global increase in the usage of health apps, not all of them offer a more holistic approach to health and fitness.
I’ve recently featured the Nokia Lumia 630 as a “fitness phone,” but how does it fare as a smart phone? Here’s my more detailed review:
Last Saturday, July 05, 2014 I was introduced to “the fitness phone” Nokia Lumia 630, Bing Health & Fitness, and Windows Phone 8.1 all at the same time, coinciding as well with Bing’s fifth anniversary. What does a “fitness phone” have over typical smart phones you ask?
To those who have been eagerly awaiting the new Sports Tracker site, well it is officially open for business! If you were a user of the old Nokia Sports Tracker Beta you still have until August 31, 2010 to import your workout history into the new site.
Garmin Forerunners are arguably the most practical GPS (Global Positioning System) solutions for runners albeit comes at a premium price. That premium fortunately gives room for alternative solutions but aside from competing brands, an option that is getting more prevalent are devices with embedded A-GPS (Assisted GPS). A-GPS is a system which can improve startup…