The Pip: Can This Little Device Decrease Your Stress?

Pip, an Irish company, has created a product of the same name, to help people handle their stress, or at least be aware of it. According to the American Psychological Association, short-term [...]

Hi.Q: An IQ Test That Knows You Better Than You Think You Do

Munjal Shah spoke at Health 2.0’s WinterTech conference last month, about his newest start up, Hi.Q, and his goal to improve health knowledge and literacy. What is the best way to measure health [...]

Beddit And Forget It: Unobtrusive Sleep Tracking Unveils Habits

The Beddit Sleep Tracker uses ballistocardiography (BCG) to track activity including heartbeat, respiration, and movement, in order to analyze sleep quality, duration, and patterns. Unlike other [...]

Headspace: A Personal Trainer for Your Mind

Andy Puddicombe is a meditation and mindfulness expert – you might have seen his Ted Talk, discussing the benefits of directing 10 minutes a day to doing nothing but focusing on ourselves [...]

Goji Play: Gamify Your Halloween Calories Off!

Into the Dead zombie game (above) is another spooky game Goji Play has partnered with in time for Halloween. I first wrote about Goji Play last December, and since then they have more than [...]

Pavlok: Change Habits and Train Behavior Through Electric Shock

Pavlok is a resolutions focused wristband that aims to change habits and train behavior through electric shock. Yes, the wristband sends a shock every time you miss a deadline, goal, or habit. [...]

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Moov: A Smart Fitness Coach That Challenges and Improves Your Fitness

Moov is a new wearable that combines fitness tracking with real-time audio coaching. The device can be worn on your wrist or ankle* and sync’d with various apps depending on workout type. Moov is [...]