Jawbone Up24: Another Small Step for Activity Tracking

Jawbone’s new Up24 wristband now sends your step and sleep data to the iPhone wirelessly, so you don’t have to plug the band into the phone each time.
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Men Sleep Naked and Other Useful Stuff Jawbone Up Can Tell Us

Wearable-tech companies like to tout the benefits of all the activity data they’re gathering. In this case, your sleep habits are pretty … interesting.
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Comparing Wearables: Fitbit Flex vs. Jawbone Up and More

Which activity tracker is the right one for you?
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When I Say Jump … Marissa Mayer Gives Yahoo Employees Up Fitness Bands

Let’s get physical!
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KatieCam: Atheer’s Soulaiman Itani and Allen Yang Talk About Sleep

But you really should be awake to use Atheer.
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In Activity-Tracking Race, Larklife Band Comes Up Short

This Lark doesn’t sing.
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FitBit’s New (Non-Wearable) Device: The Wi-Fi Smart Scale

Fitbit, maker of the popular fitness device that clips onto clothing and tracks activity and sleep patterns, is attempting to set itself apart in the increasingly crowded fitness-tech market with the introduction of a new, Wi-Fi-equipped scale. The Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale measures weight, body-fat percentage and body-mass index, and wirelessly transfers the data to users’ FitBit accounts; information from the scale is also accessible through FitBit’s iPhone and Android apps. First announced at CES earlier this year, the $129.95 scale goes on sale today on Fitbit’s Web site.

All Things Reviewed: Nike+ FuelBand and BodyMedia Armband on WSJ “Digits”

See the latest tech products reviewed by the ATD team, on today’s WSJ “Digits” show.
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Jawbone Debuts UP, Which Tracks, Well, You (Video)

It’s UP to you to get in better shape.
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Mac Alternatives to Quicken

Walt answers a reader’s question on alternatives to Quicken for Macs, putting a computer to sleep and watching TV on the iPad.