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Polar’s latest watch knows if you’re too tired for a full workout

Sleep tracking and personal fitness gadgets are nothing new, and even the cheapest knock-off wearables will do a decent enough job of monitoring the main criteria, so companies are constantly looking at ways to make their devices even more useful. … Read the rest of this entry

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iOS 13 lets you know if you’re deleting apps with active subscriptions

Over the past few months, Apple made changes to iOS subscriptions in an effort to make them more user-friendly and transparent. Now, MacStories EIC Federico Viticci has unearthed another subscription-related feature rolling out with iOS 13. Apparentl… Engadget RSS Feed

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Kaia’s motion-tracking workout app remembers which rep you’re on

Kaia Health caught our attention last year with an app that tracks your motion using your phone's camera in a bid to help you achieve perfect squat form, though we found it didn't quite hit the mark. Still, Kaia is … Read the rest of this entry

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Uber could teach its AI to know when you’re drunk

Problematic transportation outfit Uber is thinking about a way to use your phone to determine if you've been drinking. A patent application was uncovered by CNN, entitled "Predicting user state using machine learning," which outlines the general idea… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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Vortx blows air at your face while you’re gaming and it’s great

Vortx is ridiculous. It's a cube that you place on your desk, next to your PC or laptop, and it blows hot or cold air in your face, depending on what's happening on-screen. The air responds dynamically to the action: … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Super Mario Run’ gets an update, if you’re still playing

The first Nintendo game that came out on smartphones, Super Mario Run, got its first update since launching on Android last month. Assuming anyone's still rocking and hopping in the mobile Mushroom Kingdom, they can finally track friends down by … Read the rest of this entry

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Homemade thrill ride speeds up if you’re not scared enough

Roller coasters don't care how scared you are, they always follow their pre-programmed circuit to a "T." That gave Dutch artist Daniel de Bruin an idea: What if a ride could measure your fear and amp up the thrills based … Read the rest of this entry

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Pebble Time watches can reply to texts on iOS (if you’re on AT&T)

Some Pebble users that link their smartwatch to an iPhone will now be able to reply to text messages straight through their devices. We say "some," because this is a beta release, and the feature's available to a pretty limited … Read the rest of this entry

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NORML’s ‘My Canary’ app knows if you’re too stoned to drive

With cannabis legal in nearly half the US in some form or another, there are a lot more opportunities for people to drive while high. While a number of studies have suggested that driving stoned may not be as dangerous … Read the rest of this entry

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Verizon brings free movies and apps this Thanksgiving, even if you’re not a customer

What do you call the day before Thanksgiving? It’s usually just Wednesday, but Verizon wants November 26th this year to be known as a pseudo-holiday called “Connection Day.” Yup, it is gimmicky, but at least we’re getting free stuff out … Read the rest of this entry

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