Amazon is currently offering the Jawbone Big Jambox for $220, $80 off the standard retail price you’ll find it at through most other retailers.
Now compatible with Android, Up24 is a smart wristband that tracks activities such as sleeping, walking, or eating, to help you stay on top of your weight loss regime or training plan.
Following its stint on iOS, Jawbone’s fitness-tracking UP app has now landed on Android devices as well. Naturally, you’ll need the UP wristband to use it.
Bluetooth-enabled wireless speakers are increasingly popular, as more and more people come to appreciate the convenience and quality of these portable audio systems. Today, we bring you a video comparison between the Braven 625s and one of its direct competitors, the Jawbone Jambox.
There are a lot of features packed into our smartphones, but for many, nothing is more important than the ability of the device to function as a music player. Manufacturers are putting a lot of effort into making sure that their high-end flagship devices don’t give consumers a reason to complain when it comes to this key feature. We’ve seen this happen recently, with the Beats Audio integration with the HTC One X (and all other new HTC releases), and the Samsung Galaxy S3 being no slouch in the sound quality department either. Granted, the best way to enjoy the high-quality capabilities…
When the Jawbone ERA arrived at my doorstep, it caught me completely off guard: I completely forgot it was heading my way for a review. But after spending some time with it, I can assure you, I will not forget the ERA anytime soon. I’ve never really saw myself as one to use a Bluetooth ear piece, because I was always under the impression that they were uncomfortable and clumsy. Is this the case with the Jawbone ERA? Video Specs AUDIO NoiseAssassin® 3.0 with wind reduction 10mm wideband speaker (HD audio) Automatic volume control Voice announcements TECHNOLOGY Built-in accelerometer (motion sensor) MotionX™ technology Dual micro-processors…