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People in Beijing who square dance to loud music in public places could soon face stiff penalties under a new rule that takes effect from March. The capitals revised regulations on national fitness, which were approved last month, stipulate that outdoor exercises organised by groups or individuals should not disturb public order or affect others work and living conditions. People who violate the rule face warnings, fines and detention, according to the Beijing municipal government...
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But it shows there's an appetite among fitness app makers to develop apps that can run on the smart watch, untethered from the phone ( Strava has recently announced a similar app for Android Wear ), and these efforts could push the dedicated running watch into the realm of the super high-spec and high-cost device, for only the most obsessed of athletes. Still problems to solve As I've said before: people don't want a singular device that does one thing well any more, they want one that does a lot of things well enough . The smartphone is better than the in-car GPS, camera, calculator, torch and gaming device, despite being far poorer than each of those devices at their dedicated function. The reason that neither the Apple Watch nor any other device hasn't taken off as one of the world's best workout trackers is simple: none fulfil the criteria of being good enough yet.
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Devices that compile, analyze and store electronic information are everywhere. Known as the Internet of Things, the number of devices connected to the internet is already double the number of humans on earth. Electronically stored info from smart appliances, home security systems, fitness trackers and personal assistants are compiling a mass of info that is making its way into U.S. courts. Read More
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News It adds up to exceeding the NHS’s weekly booze limits, and a new study suggests this can result in hardening of the arteries facebook twitter pinterest Advertisement Health Consistently drinking more than the 14 units of alcohol a week limit recommended by the NHS can increase the risk of cardiovascular problems in men, according to a new study from University College London. Whether you smash through 14 units in one wild night, or exceed the maximum by drinking a single pint each day, it can lead to increased stiffness in the arteries, raising the risk of cardiovascular problems like heart disease. The study analysed data on 3,869 people aged 30 to 60 over a 25-year period. Interestingly, alcohol did not seem to have the same effect on women’s arteries – it was worse in men, who made up 73% of participants in the study. There has been some confusion in the press over this figure and you might have seen reports suggesting that just half a pint of beer a week will increase the risk of heart disease.
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KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and other sources have claimed the Apple Watch could gain an LTE chip for cellular capabilities as early as 2017, while a supply chain report last year said Apple may switch from OLED to micro-LED displays for the Apple Watch in the second half of 2017 at the earliest. Micro-LED displays have benefits such as thinness, lightness, improved color gamut, increased brightness, and higher resolutions. The panels do not require backlighting like traditional LCD displays, but they can be difficult and expensive to mass produce. Micro LEDs range in size from 1-micron to 100-micron. Apple has filed patents for a number of ideas that could eventually be included in an Apple Watch, such as a heart rate identification system , modular bands , haptic feedback band , and a band with a built-in charger . More significant health and fitness features could be added pending further FDA approvals.
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