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Hot new renders show off Samsung's Galaxy Watch4 in all its rotating bezel-less glory

Hot new renders show off Samsung's Galaxy Watch4 in all its rotating bezel-less glory

At this point, it seems like anyone interested in picking up a smartwatch is waiting eagerly for the Galaxy Watch4. Samsung's wearable has been leaked and rumored countless times this year, even before the company teamed up with Google to help reinvent Wear OS. Thanks to a couple of new leaks, we're getting our best look yet at the Watch4, as well as some of its potential fitness capabilities.

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Google wants to have a look at that mole

Google wants to have a look at that mole

If you have a skin condition you want a professional opinion on, Google might be able to help you out with its newly-announced dermatology assist tool.

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Your Fitbit can't tell when you're angry yet, but it may soon know when your blood pressure spikes

Your Fitbit can't tell when you're angry yet, but it may soon know when your blood pressure spikes

Fitbit has been expanding the range of its tracking sensors since well before its acquisition by Google. Just last month, the company added support for monitoring blood oxygen saturation and skin temperature to the Charge 4, but now it's looking to expand beyond surface-level information. In an effort to combat high blood pressure, Fitbit is launching a study to determine if its devices can track changes in your heart, right from your wrist.

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Popular meditation app Balance jumps from iOS to Android

Popular meditation app Balance jumps from iOS to Android

What with a billion or so people spending almost all of their time at home over the last year, it's no surprise that there's been a boom in the practice of meditation. Popular guidance app Balance has been exclusive to iOS since 2019, but that exclusivity ends today. A beta version of the app and paid service is now available on the Play Store.

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Samsung's watches now support ECG monitoring in 32 more countries

Samsung's watches now support ECG monitoring in 32 more countries

Samsung's Galaxy Watch3 and Watch Active2 both have hardware support for ECG monitoring, but it is taking a long time to show up for everyone, since the feature has to be approved by each country's health agencies. It was exclusive to South Korea until September of last year, when it was enabled for use in the United States, and now it's coming to 32 more countries.

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Galaxy Watch3 owners in Europe can now access blood pressure and ECG data

Galaxy Watch3 owners in Europe can now access blood pressure and ECG data

More governments are giving their mark of approval to Samsung's ability to read and monitor your blood pressure and electrocardiogram. The company has announced that its Samsung Health Monitor app — where those tracking features can be found — will be available in 31 new countries.

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Get Eufy's Smart Scale P1 for just $25, its lowest price ever ($20 off)

Get Eufy's Smart Scale P1 for just $25, its lowest price ever ($20 off)

Keeping track of your health without having precise and accurate data is difficult to do. Eufy's Smart Scale P1 promises to make the job easier by taking 14 different measurements of your health for a holistic view. And right now, the Bluetooth enabled scale is on sale at Amazon for just $25.49 — a savings of $19.50 and
the lowest price we've seen.

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Google Fit removes advanced weight training tracking on Wear OS

Google Fit removes advanced weight training tracking on Wear OS

Google Fit doesn't receive as much attention as it should, but Google gave it a massive redesign earlier this month. The update improved sleep tracking and changed the interface to better match Google's other applications, but it seems there was at least one feature lost in the transition: advanced weight training tracking.

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Google Fit receives new home screen and better sleep tracking

Google Fit receives new home screen and better sleep tracking

Google Fit has been in a state of limbo for a while now. It has always lagged behind competing services from Apple, Samsung, and others, and sometimes has broke entirely. Thankfully, Google has revealed a major update to Fit today, along with a few minor new features for Wear OS.

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Google says 'beauty' filters are bad for your mental health, Pixel cameras won't use them by default

Google says 'beauty' filters are bad for your mental health, Pixel cameras won't use them by default

Most smartphones have offered some type of 'beauty' filter for years, which smooth out pimples, freckles, wrinkles, and other details in your face. There are a few studies that show such functionality can have a negative effect on mental health, and as a result, Google is now turning them off by default on its own phones and encouraging other OEMs to do the same.

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