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This New Local Fitness Gadget is a Steal

There’s no shortage of wearable gadgets to help track your movements, diet and more—even Microsoft has entered the market—but Seattle-based Pivotal Living thinks there’s room for another. The startup’s wristband-style device, the Tracker 1, does have one potentially game-changing feature—it’s free. Rather than pay for the device, users pay a $12 annual membership for access…

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Pushing Buttons

A local tech innovation takes the idea of classic medical alert devices and gives them a trendy wearable tech update. The React Sidekick is a Bluetooth gadget that looks like your car key fob and clips on your clothing, bag, or anywhere else; it pairs with the company’s phone app, React Mobile, to help you…

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Wood Grain for the iPhone

Lazerwood skins are almost more exciting than the new iPhone itself.