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Nike Has Reportedly Canceled the FuelBand

thenextweb.com — Nike is said to have thrown in the towel on its FuelBand fitness bracelet hardware project, according to a CNET report. Update: Nike response added below. A spokesman told CNET that a "small number of layoffs" had taken place on its Digital Sports team to align with its business priorities.
RT @beijingdou: "Nike and Apple continue to partner on emerging technologies" really sounds like Nike dropped FuelBand 3 for iWatch. http:/…
RT @beijingdou: "Nike and Apple continue to partner on emerging technologies" really sounds like Nike dropped FuelBand 3 for iWatch. http:/…
Probably not a good time to buy a Nike FuelBand although Nike remains committed to the 'Fuel' concept > tnw.to/e4eOH
@ruskin147 @NikeFuel vague-ish statement from Nike here: thenextweb.com/insider/2014/0… seems development of the FuelBand has ended.

Samsung Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit Review

thenextweb.com — Samsung has rolled out a bumper crop of wearable devices in conjunction with its latest flagship, the Galaxy S5 - two Gear smartwatches and the Gear Fit fitness band. As someone who has never worn a wearable device up till now, I've realized that the tricky part about wearables is that they have to be relevant enough to a user's daily life.
Samsung’s Gear 2 smartwatches didn’t live up to expectations, but the Gear Fit is a useful fitness band tnw.to/s3KLX

Microsoft’s Xbox One Passes 5M Units Sold to Retailers

thenextweb.com — Microsoft today announced that it has sold over 5 million Xbox One consoles to retailers around the globe, but sales of the system have still lagged behind rival Sony's PlayStation 4. By comparison, Sony revealed on Wednesday that PS4 sales had topped 7 million in sales to consumers.

Samsung's Milk Music Service Will Soon Include Ads

thenextweb.com — When Samsung introduced its first Internet radio service Milk Music in March, one of the things that stood out was that it was available free and without ads. That may change soon, according to information disclosed by Samsung today.
RT @mhbergen: Fwiw, Samsung told me their Internet radio service would be ad-free for at least a year. thenextweb.com/media/2014/04/…
Samsung is going to start playing ads in Milk Radio and offering a $3.99 per month plan "soon" tnw.to/g4qRu