Sony has debuted its the Sony Core at the Consumer Electronics Show. The fitness tracking system logs all of that data and then feeds it into a new app called Lifelog. All of that raw data captured throughout the day starts to make sense once it is charted in a way that shows progress over time and points out the ways that someone works or lives inefficiently.
It might seem strange that Sony would try once again to create a smart wearable considering that it has released multiple iterations of the Smart Watch, the most recent being less than one year ago. However, that didn’t stop Sony from using CES 2014 to debut the Sony Core, one of many fitness tracking systems on display here at the Consumer Electronics Show. Sony’s Smart Watch system has been a way to interact phones with a wrist watch; telling time, showing notifications, and providing light interactions with select apps was its stated purpose. The Sony Core takes a different approach because its primary objective is to be a health monitor that records physical activity.
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