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January 5, 2015 8:05 AM Smart thermostat company Nest announces 15 new partners, including LG & Whirlpool

Nest’s partner program originally launched with just five partners — most notably a tie-in with the Pebble smartwatch. Now, with support from major players like LG and Whirlpool, it’s becoming clear how essential this program is for Nest’s expansion beyond thermostats. Most of these integrations, which we’ll list in a moment, tie back into temperature 40

January 5, 2015 8:03 AM Nest continues quest for smart home domination

LAS VEGAS – Google wants to be at the center of your future smart home, and its Nest thermostat is well on its way to becoming the control center. To encourage customers to join the smart-home bandwagon, Nest is pitching its products as a way to save on energy costs, and streamline at-home tasks by working with third-party products. The company announced 47

January 5, 2015 8:02 AM Google's Nest announces support for lights, locks and other smart home devices

Nest Labs, the Google-owned smart device manufacturer, has announced 15 new "Works with Nest" integrations, including smart locks and smart light bulbs. The new devices and appliances added to the program will now be able to communicate with Nest's learning thermostat and smoke detector. From today, Nest will support the Withings Aura sleep system, Philips 51

January 5, 2015 5:46 AM Withings Will Launch a Cheaper, Analog Fitness Smartwatch

Withings, which is a smart gadget company that is known for its smart scale and a recent foray into fashionable smart watches, is now out with an analog smartwatch called the Activité Pop. Withings works with iOS app and offers most of the services, which the user would want from the fitness tracker. It tracks steps taken and calories burned. Also like the original 54

January 5, 2015 2:07 AM Withings debuts Activite Pop: $150 health watch

As CES draws even closer, health wearables company Withings has just announced a new, more affordable version of its Activite health watch. Priced $300 less than the top-tier model, the Activite Pop comes in three new colors and will be available this March for $150. The Activite Pop maintains the appearance of a regular analog watch at quick glance 42

January 5, 2015 2:07 AM Withings Activité Pop finally melds watch and smarts

Withings turned heads with its first smartwatch, the Activité, approaching the wearables market from the timepiece end rather than the gadget mindset. The result was a fitness tracker that didn't look like an oversized Livestrong band, but while it certainly felt the part from a wristwatch perspective, at $450 it certainly wasn't an option for the mass market 56

January 4, 2015 5:08 PM The Withings Activité Pop Is Probably The Best Overall Activity Tracker Yet

Withings has shored up the only major complaint I had with its Activité fitness and activity tracker/watch: The price. The French health accessory maker has revealed the Activité Pop, which is a version of its flagship Activité that costs only $149.95, rather than $450, and it goes on sale tomorrow, at Best Buy’s website in a limited initial batch, with wider 48

January 4, 2015 4:24 PM Withings Activité Pop brings classic look to sporty fitness tracker market

LAS VEGAS — Smart gadget company Withings, known for its smart scale and a recent foray into fashionable smart watches, is back with another wearable: an analog timepiece called the Activité Pop. The device works with an iOS app and offers most of the services you would want from a fitness tracker (it tracks steps taken, calories burned and sleep cycles) 39

January 2, 2015 9:42 PM Is T-Mobile’s Legere right to bet on wearables in 2015?

Earlier this week, we pointed you in the direction of John Legere’s 2015 forward-looking blog post. In it, he predicted a number of events and devices which would help shape this year. We’re still only two days in, but I’m still left pondering one of the predictions made by John. If what he says turns out to be true, then 2015 will be “the year of the wearables 62

December 29, 2014 5:04 PM CES 2015. Will what we see in Vegas stay in Vegas?

A few short years ago the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo* coincided with the Consumer Electronics Show; given that industry's stellar record in the early adoption of technology this was far from inappropriate. Now CES has the week of January 5th to itself. Las Vegas in January means it's time for us to cozy up to the future and to see the consumer experience 53