Europeans do things differently: the importance of design for activity trackers

Withings (see June 26, 2014 LRBEJ for the company profile), a French developer of wirelessly connected vital signs monitors and smart scales, has announced their latest activity tracker, Activité. According to the company, Activité is "a new category of elegantly designed, fashion-focused accesso...

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