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[Deal Alert] Woot Offers Discounts On A Smattering Of Bluetooth Headphones And Speakers From Jawbone, JBL, Sony, Klipsch, Logitech, And More, Today Only

If you're in the market for some new Bluetooth gear, ley your fingers do the walking over to Woot's Electronics portal today. The site is offering a wide variety of Bluetooth headphones and speakers from a collection of different brands, all at around half off. This is one of Woot's daily deals, so the sale items will only be available today, Sunday (though they may show up in different sales later). Unfortunately Woot is a US-only site.

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Jawbone And American Express Announce UP4, A Wearable Fitness Tracker With Mobile Payments Sprinkled On Top

If you were wondering how long it would take the influence of the Apple Watch to be felt on the rest of the wearable world, the answer is "they didn't even wait for the thing to be released." Former Bluetooth headset leader and current wearable fitness also-ran Jawbone really wants to get in on that sweet mobile payment green, so they've partnered with American Express to include contactless payments on their latest fitness tracker, the UP4.

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To be fair, the UP4 has charms beyond the ability to pay for your latte with a swipe of your wrist like the cool kids.

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[Deal Alert] Woot Offers The Jawbone BIG Jambox Bluetooth Speaker In Three Colors For $187.99 (Over $100 Off)

In the book of Judges, the Hebrew champion Samson claims to have killed a thousand men with a donkey's jawbone. We wouldn't recommend killing anyone with the Jawbone BIG Jambox, but if you just happen to be surrounded by a hoard of enemies, it's probably a better blunt instrument than the standard model. Consumers in the market for high-fidelity Bluetooth speakers and/or weapons of biblical destruction can pick one up from Woot today for just $187.99.

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That's a hefty $112 off of the $300 retail price, a 37% discount made all the sweeter because these speakers are brand new, not refurbished like many of Woot's sales.

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[Deal Alert] Best Buy Offers The Jawbone BIG JAMBOX Bluetooth Speaker For $200 ($100 Off) Today Only

There are immeasurable options for portable Bluetooth speakers these days, but if you want big sound without saying goodbye to audio fidelity, you're going to have to spend some considerable cash. Case in point: the Jawbone BIG JAMBOX, though very well-received by reviewers, is outside of most consumers' accessory budget at $300. Today you can take a big chunk of that off thanks to Best Buy, which is selling the stylish speaker for $199.99.

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That's a solid $50 cheaper than we've seen from other retailers, and Best Buy offers free shipping or store pickup. Naturally this is a US-only deal, and there's probably nowhere that you can hide from sales tax.

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Lumoid Lets You Try A Box Of 5 Wearables For A Week: Free If You Then Decide To Buy One Of Them, $20 If You Don't

 

Picking a wearable to buy can be a daunting task. While the choice was quite limited a few years ago, with mostly just Fitbit, Jawbone, and Nike on the scene, the field has widened considerably since then. Withings, Misfit, Pebble, and various other companies have entered the market and offer strikingly similar albeit slightly different approaches to wearable gear. That's not to mention the various choices offered by each company alone — Fitbit for example has the One, Charge, Charge HR, and Surge to pick from. So how would you decide which one suits you best, especially if you still haven't plunged into the wearable segment yet?

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Yonomi Is Like IFTTT For Your Smart Gadgets, Helps You Wake Up To Fresh Coffee, Toast, And Cool Tunes

All of these "smart" devices in our lives sure are creating a mess for us. We have to remember to charge them and take the time to set them up properly, every gadget has its own app on our phone, and none of them seem to be able to communicate effortlessly with each other unless they come from the same manufacturer, and even then... That's where Yonomi comes into the picture.

With one app, Yonomi aims to solve the mess that is our connected life. It integrates with some of the big players out there, like Nest, Jawbone, Sonos, Philips Hue, and Belkin WeMo, as well as your Android phone or tablet.

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[Deal Alert] Grab The Soundfreaq Pocket Kick For $75 (24% Off) From StackSocial

I really dig Soundfreaq speakers. In my opinion, they offer some of the best bang-for-your-buck you can get in the portable speaker market. And if you're on the hunt for a good ultra-portable speaker, you'd be hard-pressed to find something better than the Pocket Kick. It's a little-bitty thing that makes not little-bitty sound. In fact, I reviewed it a while back and did a comparison between it and the Jawbone Jambox Mini. No contest.

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For the next week, you can grab this little guy for 24% off the normal price of $99 from StackSocial. (That's $75 for those who don't want to math...or read the headline.) It comes in black, gold, and platinum, so you even kind of have your choice of color.

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Jawbone Debuts The $50 Entry-Level 'UP MOVE' Activity Tracker And $180 'UP3' Fitness Band

If you want to wear something that can provide a rough estimate of how active you are each day, there are no shortage of options. Now Jawbone is giving consumers two more. The company has announced a couple of activity trackers that it hopes will appeal to different types of people, with one of them showing off some rather advanced tech.

For starters, we have the $49.99 UP MOVE, an entry-level alternative to Jawbone's fitness bands. It's a circular device that fits into a clip, which you can then tuck somewhere along your belt, pants, or bra. The UP3 has features comparable to the company's UP and UP24 bands, so buyers can still sync it up to the same Android app.

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[New App] Nutrisystem's NuMi Is Out For Android With Fitbit/Jawbone Integration And A Surprisingly Good UI

Nutrisystem's NuMi is an online program that caters itself to a person's lifestyle in order to help them lose weight. The site logs a person's meals, water consumption, activities, and other trackable things. It then uses this information to make meal recommendations, providing thousands of recipes. Now Nutrisystem has consolidated this offering into a mobile form with its newly available Android app.

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Jawbone Brings Support For Its Up24 Fitness Band To Android With Latest Up Companion App Update

Sony, LG, and Razer all announced fitness bands at this year's CES, but we shouldn't let this distract us from the options already on the market. The Jawbone Up app has been available on Google Play for quite some time, and now the company is bringing support for its newer Up24 band to Android via an app update.

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